The Women’s Premiership Final is coming up and Aylesford Bulls as well as Bristol have reached the Final after both teams scored victory respectively. Bristol reached the finals by beating Saracens 43-10 while Aylesford Bulls won by defeating Lichfield at a score of 22-15. The Final is scheduled to take place at the Sixways Stadium on 23rd of April, Sunday.
Bristol were able to defeat Saracens at a score of 43-10. The efforts put in by players like Claire Molloy and Poppy Cleall helped to reach the win along with the contribution of others like Kayleigh Armstrong, Chantelle Miell, Clara Nielson and others. The Saracens team also put up a fight, but they could not beat the high score of their opponents.
In the semifinal game between Lichfield and Aylesford, which took place on Cooke Field, tries from players like Manuela Furlan, Jess Wooden, and Vickii Cornborough were instrumental in the win that Aylesford obtained. The Premiership finals are scheduled to take place at the Sixways Stadium while Lichfield will take on Saracens as the third playoff game before the finals begin.
The match will be the last of the season, leaving Rugby fans with a gaping hole in their lives! The next thing on the horizon for fans to get excited about are the Autumn Internationals, with tickets now on sale at Liverugbytickets.co.uk for fans who want to guarantee they will get their fix of live rugby.
If one looks at the game that took place between Bristol and Saracens, the former was able to get onto a fast start. They took the lead soon. Molloy helped the team to take the score to 19-0 before half time was reached. The Bristol head coach was happy to see all players having contributed to the win. Aylesford Bulls on the other hand, edged out their opponent team Lichfield by taking the lead about ten minutes into the game.
The fans had an exciting weekend to watch these matches and it continues to grow as the Final comes up on the weekend after Easter. Indeed, Easter is a much needed break for all teams to prep up for the finals.