World Rugby’s global campaign to revolutionise women’s rugby

World Rugby has today launched a new ‘Women in Rugby’ brand identity and landmark global campaign ‘Try and Stop Us’ aimed at driving increased participation and engagement among fans, audiences, players and investors in the women’s game. The global campaign, developed with the support of national unions and regions, uses striking imagery and the inspiring

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Black Ferns take Canada Sevens title

New Zealand retained their grip on the HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens title – their third in a row at Westhills Stadium – after a hard-fought 21-17 victory over Australia in the Cup final in Langford on Sunday. The victory meant the Black Ferns Sevens had two reasons to celebrate on the day as by reaching

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Cup quarter-finals confirmed at HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens

Defending champions New Zealand, 2018 silver medallists Australia and bronze medallists USA recorded three wins from three on day one of the HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens in Langford on Saturday. New Zealand will face Spain in the opening Cup quarter-final at 09:18 local time (GMT-7) on Sunday after they edged Kitakyushu runners-up England – the

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The 2018-9 Season – Where do we stand?

A brief glance around the world, then a closer look at matters European In April 2019 Sir Bill Beaumont, Chairman of World Rugby (WR), commented on the new pathway to qualify for the next World Cup: “Last year we announced significant remodelling of the Women’s Rugby World Cup format to ensure that the competition continues

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