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Quilter Internationals

Achievement in rugby is all about the personal investments people make in the game – from players developing their own skill-set, to parents, coaches and mentors investing their time in the next generation of the sport. Our investment in rugby celebrates their commitment.

Since 2016 we have been a principal partner of England rugby (previously under our former name of Old Mutual Wealth). Quilter is title partner of England Men's and Women's Quilter internationals, known as the ‘Quilter Internationals’, which see the teams competing against some of the world’s leading opposition.

England Men’s Quilter International results

This year’s Quilter Internationals kicked off on 3 November with England’s men beginning their quartet of games against southern hemisphere opponents by playing South Africa at Twickenham. Here’s the full list of England Men’s results.

Saturday 3 November
England 12 - 11 South Africa

Saturday 10 November
England 15 - 16 New Zealand

Saturday 17 November
England 35 - 15 Japan

Saturday 24 November
England 37 - 18 Australia


England Women’s Quilter International fixtures and results

The Red Roses ladies started their three-game series on 9 November by taking on USA Women at Allianz Park.

Saturday 9 November
England Women 57 - 5 USA Women

Saturday 18 November
England Women 27 - 19 Canada Women

Saturday 24 November
England Women 37 - 15 Ireland Women

Quilter Cup

We are also proud to be title partner for the England Men’s International in May, now called the Quilter Cup. On 27 May 2018, England and the Barbarians scored an incredible 108 points between them, with the Barbarians running out 63-45 winners ahead of England’s three test series in South Africa. To find out more, visit England Rugby's website.

 

Growing the game

Quilter ‘Kids First’ focuses on supporting the junior game. Aimed at U7-U13 boys and girls, it upskills coaches, creates a great rugby environment and encourages young people to stay in the game for longer.

To find out more, follow this link.