10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations match in February, while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
Hosts England, World champions Australia, France, Spain, USA, Canada, Russia and Ireland will all compete for glory at Twickenham with the tournament sharing the stage alongside the final round of the Men's HSBC World Sevens Series.
Ireland have already added to their experience and the silverware collection in Hong Kong and China and will be hoping to improve on their final standings from those tournaments when they head to London.
The pool matches and quarter-finals will take place on Twickenham's Cardinal Vaughan pitches and the semi-finals and finals will be played at Twickenham Stadium.
Ireland Women's Sevens captain Claire Molloy spoke recently about the progress this exciting young squad are making.
"It is just a massive learning curve for us from game one, so we can take that forward. We've still got loads and loads to build on really coming up to Moscow," she said.
Women's London Sevens (Cardinal Vaughan pitches & Twickenham Stadium, Saturday, May 11-Sunday, May 12):
Saturday, May 11 -
10.28am: England v France
10.50am: Australia v Spain
11.12am: USA v Russia
11.34am: Canada v Ireland
1.30pm: England v Spain
1.52pm: Australia v France
2.14pm: USA v Ireland
2.36pm: Canada v Russia
4.44pm: France v Spain
5.06pm: England v Australia
5.28pm: Russia v Ireland
5.50pm: USA v Canada
Sunday, May 12 -
9am: QF1 Pool F 3 v Pool G 2
9.22am: QF2 Pool F 2 v Pool G 3
9.44am: QF3 Pool F 1 v Pool G 4
10.06am: QF4 Pool F 4 v Pool G 1
11.12am: Plate SF
11.34am: Plate SF
12.11pm: SF Winner QF1 v Winner QF2
12.33pm: SF Winner QF 3 v Winner QF4
1.46pm: Plate Final
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