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Women's Rugby World Cup News

Discover all the latest Women’s Rugby World Cup news right here at RugbyPass. From the latest match reports to interviews and breaking news stories, we’ve got you covered. You’ll find all the latest and greatest Women’s Rugby World Cup news below.

New Zealand winger Ayesha Leti-I'iga scored a hat-trick as the Black Ferns continued their preparations for hosting the Women's Ru…

18 Jun, 2:58

An undisciplined Wallaroos side squandered a double-digit lead to lose 22-10 to Canada and finish winless in the Pacific Four Seri…

18 Jun, 2:48

Scotland Women will train together for 11 weeks ahead of the World Cup in New Zealand later this year after a financial agreement …

13 Jun, 15:26

It will be 15 years since England hosted the last Women’s Rugby World Cup, and the transformation of the game since then is quit…

Rachael Burford
Rachael Burford
19 May, 10:22

Bristol and Wales wing Jasmine Joyce is on the mend following a successful operation to treat a chronic shoulder problem.

Kim Ekin
13 May, 10:03

England have been confirmed as hosts for the 2025 women’s World Cup as World Rugby mapped out all destination countries for its …

12 May, 7:25

This week, the draw was announced for Women's Rugby World Cup 2021, which will start in September 2021 in New Zealand.

Jess Hayden
23 Nov, 13:03

Scotland have turned to a seasoned Ireland coach to rectify the issues that left them with the wooden spoon in the 2019 Six Nation…

Online Editors
30 Apr, 7:54

Want to discover more about team selection decisions, find injury updates and read player quotes? Well, you’re in the right place. Our Women’s Rugby World Cup news hub has all the information you’re looking for and more.

In this Women’s Rugby World Cup news hub, you’ll find everything from detailed game breakdowns to the latest developing news stories and reaction to the biggest games at Rugby World Cup 2021 (playing in 2022). This is your one-stop shop for Women’s Rugby World Cup news. You’ll never miss a single thing.