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England Old Mutal Wealth -Autumn International Fixtures 2016


By Kath
October 24 2016

Listed below are both Mens and Women Fixtures for the 2016 Autumn internationals.  Plus links to possible tickets for the Fiji and Argentina matches

 

 

 

 

2016 Old Mutual Wealth Series 

England Men

England men’s fixtures all at Twickenham Stadium and broadcast live on Sky Sports HD


November 12: England v South Africa (2.30pm)

November 19: England v Fiji (2.30pm

November 26: England v Argentina (2.30pm)

December 3: England v Australia (2.30pm)

 

 

England Women

Times to be confirmed

November 9: England v France  The  Stoop (7.30 pm)

November 13: Ireland  v England Dublin University College (2.30 pm)

November 19: England v New Zealand  The Stoop (12.00 )

November 26: England v Canada Twickenham (5.05 pm)

 

 

Tickets maybe still available for the following matches......

         
More info about Old Mutual Wealth Series: England v Fiji
Sat 19/11/16
14:30
More info about Old Mutual Wealth Series: England V Argentina
Sat 26/11/16
14:30

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Re: England Old Mutal Wealth -Autumn International Fixtures 2016
Kath... (IP Logged)
18/11/2016 16:32

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