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Muzambe looking to banish Ireland defeat with win at Scotstoun

The Scotland Women’s rugby team will run out at Scotstoun Stadium on Sunday afternoon to take on England in their second Six Nations clash of the tournament.

The Scots are on the back foot in their group having lost to Ireland on Sunday, while England are favourites following their 19-13 win over France.

Panashe Muzambe, who plays for Edinburgh side Watsonians, has recently became a permanent fixture in the starting 15. Speaking exclusively to EN4 News, she says that the defeat hasn’t knocked the players confidence, and minds have switched to Glasgow at the weekend.

“The loss on Sunday was tough but we played our game for the majority of the eighty.” She said. “The players gave it everything but unfortunately we didn’t close out with the win.”

“Scotstoun is amazing and the pride that I have felt running out of the tunnel during the autumn test was unreal. I look forward to another opportunity on Sunday.

“It’s special representing your country in front of a crowd at home and the girls will be filled with confidence by this I’m sure.”

(Credit: Panashe Muzambe)

With Women’s Rugby constantly growing, Panashe says the tournament has given exposure to her teammates and others.
“It’s vital that the game keeps getting exposure,” she said.

“The more people that get to watch the squad play live on television, the more we can grow the game. It’s great for younger girls to see that there is a pathway for them just like the boys do.”

With a spot at the 2021 World Cup at stake, Scotland can’t afford to let England take advantage of any slip-ups.

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