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Emilie Cherry: China is crucial for us

  
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4/4/2014
By ARU Media Unit


The Qantas Australian Women's Sevens team travelled to China earlier this week ahead of the fourth leg of the 2013/14 IRB Women's Sevens World Series.

Centre Emilie Cherry has admitted this round will be critical for the team while Head Coach Tim Walsh has been explaining the thinking behind the selection of Nicole Beck, Kirby Sefo and Gemma Etheridge.

 

Australian Women’s Sevens fixtures in Guangzhou, China, 5 April:

Australia v Ireland, Pool B, 2.28pm (AEDT)

Australia v Fiji, Pool B, 5.12pm (AEDT)

Australia v England, Pool B, 7.56pm (AEDT)

All of the action from China will be streamed live at wsws.irb.com. Follow the Qantas Men’s and Women’s Sevens with updates on Twitter @Aussie7s

 








 

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