FOUR City of Oxford College students starred as England Under-18 Women beat their Welsh counterparts.

Jasmine Adonri, Ella Cromack and Millie David started the fixture at 4, 10 and 15 respectively, with Millie Pearce coming on at half-time as replacement scrum half.

Both Cromack and David scored tries which contributed to England winning 48-5.

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Pat Metcalfe-Jones, head coach of the girls rugby programme at City of Oxford College, said: “The selection of all four players is a testament to the effort they have shown week in, week out, on and off the pitch.

“Their performances were a credit to each of them and the technical, tactical and physical progress they have made.

“Working with such talented players is a privilege and I am very excited to see where their rugby journeys will take them.

“Having four players selected from the City of Oxford College out of 23 speaks volumes about the strength of the rugby programme here and I hope will inspire current prospective applicants.”