London calling! Maggie Alphonsi and Zoe Aldcroft talk all things Rugby World Cup 2025

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With RWC 2025 heading to England, Mastercard ambassador Maggie Alphonsi chats with Women’s 15s Player of the Year Zoe Aldcroft about the #priceless moments we can look forward to.

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