World Rugby calls on fans to join rugby’s biggest family reunion

World Rugby launches ‘Family Reunion’ campaign for Rugby World Cup 2021 Campaign encourages New Zealanders and fans from around the world to join rugby’s biggest reunion following the pandemic Campaign launches ahead of tickets to pinnacle tournament going on general sale 30 June, available here Star-studded campaign film features Ruby Tui, Fiao’o Fa’amausili, Caleb Clarke, Ross

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Source: INPHO

The French announce an initial World-Cup Squad

Thomas Darracq has published 38 names of players to form a wider training group for the World Cup. It will be reduced to 32 at the end of the timetable shown below. The Squad: ANNERY Julie (Stade Français Paris) BANET Cyrielle (Montpellier) BERNADOU Rose (Montpellier) BERTHOUMIEU Axelle (Blagnac) BOUJARD Caroline Montpellier) BOULARD Émilie (Chilly Mazarin) BOURDON Pauline (Stade Toulousain) BOURGEOIS

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World Cup Appointments – Women to the Fore

The nine names to referee the 2021 World Cup offer no surprises, only pleasure that for the first time all of them will be women. They are: Aimee Barrett-Theron (South Africa), Maggie Cogger-Orr (New Zealand), Sara Cox (England), Hollie Davidson (Scotland), Aurélie Groizeleau (France), Lauren Jenner (New Zealand), Clara Munarini (Italy), Amber McLachlan (Australia) and

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Source: World Rugby

England will host the Rugby World Cup 2025

Ambition to be best attended Women’s Rugby World Cup, hosting nationwide pool games and selling out the final at Twickenham to set a benchmark for future world cups while growing the women’s domestic and global game Grassroots legacy to modernise facilities in hundreds of clubs, attract 500 new female coaches, 1,000 new match officials and

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Source: ICC

Australia win ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022

Australia won their seventh ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup with a 71-run victory over England in Christchurch. Alyssa Healy’s staggering innings of 170 saw Australia put on 356 for five as England’s bowlers had no answer to a batting masterclass, Anya Shrubsole’s three for 46 the only highlight for the defending champions. Nat Sciver once again

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