World Cup winner Hunt is 'so proud' of her 50th England cap

By Forester Reporter   |   Reporter   |
Wednesday 27th November 2019 11:40 am
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DRYBROOK World Cup winner Natasha ‘Mo’ Hunt has spoken of her pride as she earned her 50th England cap in the Red Roses’ 60-3 win over Italy on Saturday.

Gloucester-Hartpury captain Hunt led England out at Bedford’s Goldington Road ground as the hosts run in 10 tries in a comprehensive victory.

Ahead of the game, Hunt reflected on an international career that has included appearing for Great Britain at the inaugural sevens tournament in the Olympics in 2016 as well as an historic World Cup win in France two years prior.

“You never really know how many times you’re going to play, as it’s so competitive at international level especially in an environment like we have at England,” she said.

“It’s a huge honour to be honest and, to do it alongside so many good mates, makes it a very special thing."


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