|Venue: Castle Park, Doncaster Date: Saturday, 3 April Kick-off: 15:00 BST
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The Women’s Six Nations finally returns on Saturday two months later than planned, but for England prop Bryony Cleall the wait has been significantly longer.
Cleall will be back on the international stage against Scotland, earning her second cap two years after she made her debut.
Aged 28, the Saracens forward has already spent almost seven years sidelined by injuries and at one point considered giving up on rugby altogether.
It is understandable, then, that Cleall describes her inclusion in England’s starting XV as “the comeback to end all comebacks”.
The prop was preparing for England Under-20s trials when her troubles began.
She tore her anterior cruciate ligament aged 17 and complications meant she eventually had to have four knee operations and was…