Exiles bounce back to climb to third

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June 8th, 2014 7:00 am| by admin
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The Exiles Ladies were hosts for the third round of the Denmark’s Women’s 7s Series at the DTU grounds on May 24 and they didn’t disappoint the home support.

Two thrilling wins against CBS (12-10) and Grenå (10-7) see Mark Hojelsen’s team (pictured below) climb to third in the national table, already a long way behind the powerhouse of Frederiksberg, who beat them 37-0.

Pictured (top-bottom) Audrey Dogbeh attempts to break through Frederiksberg’s daunting defensive line; Juliette Humeau breaks through CBS’s defensive line, supported by Marie Jacobsen; and Merel Doijer breaks through Grenå’s defence, supported by Humeau and Dogbeh

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