ENG Senior Women at the 2023 Home Nations Event, Dublin May 2023 Results

Winning start for England’s women at the Home Nations Tournament in Dublin with a commanding 21-3 (4-1, 5-1, 9-0, 3-1) victory over Scotland
An impressive performance from Katy Cutler’s squad
England’s women suffered a narrow 10-11 (1-3, 5-2, 2-3, 2-3) defeat to the hosts Ireland in their second game at the Home Nations Tournament
After going 1-3 down in the first quarter, Katy Cutler’s young squad responded brilliantly and some fine shots from distance saw them take a deserved 6-5 lead at the turnaround.
Ireland fought back in the third to edge back in front and despite some excellent attacking play, England ran out of time as Ireland closed the game out to seal the win.
Holly Toone top scored for England with a sublime hat-trick, while our other scorers were Amélie Perkins (2), Kelsy Evans (2), Harriet Dickens (2) and Amélie Cornell (1).
England’s women have finished their Home Nations campaign with a powerful 19-5 (2-1, 7-3, 6-1, 4-0) victory over Wales on Sunday morning in Dublin
Another great performance from Katy Cutler’s young squad and the perfect response to yesterday’s narrow defeat to Ireland.
Well done to all the players and coaching staff
England 21-3 Scotland
(4-1, 5-1, 9-0, 3-1)
Amelie Perkins (7), Holly Toone (3), Amelia Brooksbank, Harriet Dickens (2), Lottie Winstanley (2), Amelie Cornell (2), Rachel Tibke, Lucy Blenkinship (3), Ruby Rosser.
England 10-11 Ireland
(1-3, 5-2, 2-3, 2-3)
Amelie Perkins, Holly Toone (3), Amelie Cornell, Harriet Dickens (2), Kelsey Evans, Rachel Tibke, Lucy Blenkinship.
England 19-5 Wales
(2-1, 7-3, 6-1, 4-0)
Amelie Cornell, Lucy Blenkinship (4), Amelie Perkins (2), Harriet Dickens (6), Holly Toone (2), Lottie Winstanley (2), Kelsey Evans, Rachel Tibke.

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