Amy Hardcastle named in Women’s Team of the Decade

England women’s star Amy Hardcastle has been included in the Women’s Team of the Decade.

The Bradford captain has scored 14 tries in 17 games for England since making her international debut in 2009.

The Women’s Team of the Decade, which has been selected by the NRL, features 11 players from Australia, five from New Zealand and one from England.

Hardcastle said: “I feel honoured to be recognised for the sport I love.

“Well done to all that were nominated and the winners.”

Women’s Team of the Decade

Sam Bremner (Australia)

Amy Hardcastle (England)

Honey Hireme-Smiler (New Zealand)

Isabelle Kelly (Australia)

Sarina Clark (New Zealand)

Ali Brigginshaw (Australia)

Karyn Murphy (Australia)

Stephanie Hancock (Australia)

Nat Dwyer (Australia)

Simaima Taufa (Australia)

Renae Kunst (Australia)

Teuila Fotu-Moala (New Zealand)

Tahnee Norris (Australia)

Subs

Rona Peters (New Zealand)

Kezie Apps (Australia)

Heather Ballinger (Australia)

Laura Mariu (New Zealand)


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