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'Maggie the Machine' Alphonsi MBE, England Rugby Star

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Maggie MBE, is an England and Saracens rugby star who reached her 25-try landmark for England in glorious style during the 10-0 triumph over New Zealand, the World Champions, at Twickenham last November.  
 
She has won 63 England caps and works as a Talent Development Officer for the RFUW in London & the South East. Her other scoring exploits include two touchdowns off the bench against Scotland in mid March last year and others against the United States and three against Canada in the Nations Cup the following August. She celebrated her first start in the 2012 RBS 6 Nations Championship series by helping England to beat France 15-3 in Paris and also wore the No. 7 jersey when the Grand Slam was completed against Ireland at Esher. 
 
As for her most memorable game, Maggie said: “This year’s World Cup final was an amazing experience – to play in front of a huge crowd in a good stadium.
 
“My own goal is that England be regarded as the best team in the world by winning the WRWC. My personal targets are to work hard to maintain my position in the squad and be recognised for my ability as a rugby player. Outside the game, my aim is to become an events manager and plan and organise big sporting occasions.”

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