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Record hosting interest for Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 has attracted a record level of hosting interest after six unions formally confirmed an expression of interest to World Rugby by the 31 May deadline. Australia, England, France, New Zealand, Portugal and Wales all confirmed their intention to tender having reviewed World Rugby’s bid guide issued last month. The record

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Super League’s Leeds Rhinos knock Wakefield Trinity out of the Cup

Wakefield Trinity Ladies unbeaten start to the 2018 season came to an end this weekend when they took on the arduous task of facing Women’s Super League high fliers Leeds Rhinos Women in the first round of the Challenge Cup. Wakefield welcomed out of retirement former England captain Natalie Gilmour MBE into the starting lineup.

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Captains ready for Paris Sevens

Sixteen men’s and 12 women’s captains lined up side-by-side today in front of the famous ‘Thinker’ sculpture at the Rodin Museum in Paris ahead of the final round of the men’s and women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series. The Jean Bouin Stadium will host three days of thrilling rugby sevens action from 8-10 June as

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England Women Sevens squad named for Paris

James Bailey has named his 12-player squad for the final leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series which takes place in Paris from 8-9 June (live on Sky Sports and live stream via WorldRugby.org). Abbie Brown will captain the side which includes a number of players who contributed towards England’s bronze medal success

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