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  1. World Series arrives in Japan

    Kitakyushu pools

    A: Australia, Spain, Ireland, China
    B: New Zealand, France,United States, Japan
    C: Canada, Russia, England, Fiji

    The World Series may have had a long break since Sydney, but five of the teams in Kitakyushu come into the tournament fresh from last week’s Commonwealth Games, and one from the World Series Qualifier in Hong Kong just two weeks ago.

  2. Wales beat England in U18 international

    Report and photo: WRU 

    The Welsh defence displayed great commitment in the opening minutes, highlighted by their effort in chasing back a runaway England attacker and dragged her down inches from the tryline. 

    It was England who made the first mark on the scoreboard, fly-half Ellie Green kicking a penalty inside ten minutes for a three-point advantage.

  3. Mather's marathon effort for Samaritans

    When Wasps' women's director of rugby Giselle Mather finishes the London Marathon this weekend, she'll have England fullback Danielle Waterman to thank for any aches and pains she feels in the aftermath. 

    One of the most well known female coaches in the game, Mather is running for the Samaritans, after the hopeful behest of Waterman, a supporter of the charity who had managed to secure a spot in the race for fundraising.

  4. Saracens and Harlequins reach English final

    This is the first year of the competition, which will see an investment of £2.4m from the RFU over the next three years with the 10 member clubs benefiting directly from this financial support.

    The investment is currently helping sides to establish their strength and conditioning and analysis departments alongside academy systems, with most sides also now paying their leading coaches.

  5. Ferns avenge Rio in Aussie backyard

    Even for for a neutral it was a thrilling, heart pounding final. The Gold Coast heat -30 degrees in the shade – and there wasn’t much shade - was noticeably draining on all players throughout the tournament, with New Zealand for example, adopting a tactic of starting and ending the game with Portia Woodman, but resting her in the middle.

  6. Preview: Commonwealth Games

    It should be a high quality event with five World Series teams involved, including the top three, plus three more teams who were competing in last week’s World Series qualifier.

    We take a look at the pools and squads. 

    Pool A

    England

    Failing to reach the quarter finals of the last round of the World Series, and lying in 8th position overall, can hardly be the ideal form going into a huge competition for England, but coach James Bailey has a strong squad available and on their day, this team can beat anyone. 

  7. NSW confirm home final in Super W

    NSW ended the first ever Super W regular season undefeated, giving them a home final, after a 57-0 victory over the Melbourne Rebels. NSW were unstoppable, helped by Melbourne failing to take the few opportunities that came their way.

    NSW started with a try from Iliseva Batibasaga within the first two minutes, followed by O’Brien in the 15th minute and Crystal Maguire five minutes later – and then another on the half-hour.

  8. Regular season ends in France

    Romane Ménager and Lille showed their ambition away to Montpellier (17-17). PHOTO PASCAL BONNIERE

    The final four games were decided by a total of just six points at the end of the final round in the regular season of the Top 8 - arguably the world’s most competitive women’s national league.

    Eurosport cameras came to Montpellier for what has now become the classic battle of French domestic rugby –Montpellier v Lille – and they were not disappointed.

  9. U20s series in Canada confirmed

    The international summer tour will be hosted at Acadia University, Halifax, Nova Scotia on Friday 10 August, Tuesday 14 August and Saturday 18 August.
     
    The two sides last played in a three-Test series at Trent College, Nottingham in 2016 with England winning the series 3-0.
     
    “The tour to Canada presents a fantastic opportunity to continue to develop players that are coming through the pathway," said England Women U20 head coach Jo Yapp.

  10. China are back in the World Series

    As well as being highly competitive, the World Series qualifier is also one of the cruellest of tournaments. The are no prizes for second place here. A glittering, perhaps sporting life-changing, prize awaits the winners, but for every other team as soon as they are out of the tournament they are on their way home – there are no classification games, no silver or bronze medals. This is winner takes all.

  11. Queensland reach Super W final

    17 year-old Super W superstar Alysia Lefau-Fakaosilea strikes again for Queensland. (Photo: RUGBY.com.au/Stuart Walmsley)

    Brumbies but beat Melbourne Rebels 37-8 on a warm and sunny Good Friday afternoon. As with the previous week, Melbourne Rebels matched Brumbies for most of the first half, but Brumbies took their chances. Even so they only lead by 15-8 at half time, but ran away with the second half with four tries.

    RESULT

    Brumbies Women 37 (Tries: Read, Wilton, Burrows, Stanford, Wilson, Milward; Cons: Wood, O’Neill; Pens: Wood)

  12. Women's 7s arrives at the Commonwealth Games

    Rugby Sevens first appeared in the Commonwealth Games in 1998 and its success lead directly to the inclusion of sevens in other multi-sport Games, including the Olympics from 2016.

    But, unlike other Games, a women’s tournament was not included as the original purpose for adopting sevens into the Commonwealth Games was to provide a men’s sport to balance the women’s sport of netball. However, the success of the Australian women’s team resulted in pressure to include a women’s event at this, Australia’s home Commonwealth Games – and future Games.

  13. Play off places decided in France & England

    Romagnat attract an impressive crowd for their first game at the Stade Marcel-Michelin in Clermont (photo: V.Roche / http://vro-photographie.com/)

  14. Super W: NSW march on

    Photo: Chloe Leaupepe scored a couple of tries against the Brumbies. Photo: RUGBY.com.au/Karen Watson

    NSW went three from three after beating Brumbies 24-5 in another dominant performance in the Buildcorp Super W Series at at Pittwater Rugby Park, Sydney on Saturday. Chloe Leaupepe dominated the scoring with 19 of NSW’s 24 points.

  15. Sevens launches in Kosovo

    “I see rugby as a community with open arms, with different people each with different role, playing together with dedication in the field. It is the first time in my life playing rugby and every day is a learning experience,” said Saranda Rexha, a member of the R.K. Qikat, the first rugby club for women in Kosovo.

  16. Deaf rugby's biggest ever challenge

    ANOTHER women’s Six Nations has passed – and another chance dawns to throw some media attention on women’s rugby and document its latest journey as it leans towards professionalism. 

    Yet while we are ephemerally caught up in how squads are adapting in a post-World Cup year, elsewhere in the rugby family, there’s another form of the game which can perhaps identify with the longing for such media coverage – deaf rugby.

    But that could be about the change.

  17. Aussie Super W: Can anyone stop NSW?

    The second week of the Super W in Australia saw the debut of the fifth team in the tournament, and a game between the two winners from week one.

    On Saturday the Brumbies opened their account at home to Queensland, who had lost to NSW in week 1. But this week was Queensland – maybe aided by having shaken off the dust the previous weekend - who were dominant, with a big 42-5 win at the GIO Stadium in Canberra.

  18. 6 Nations: Best Players & Moments of 2018
  19. 6 Nations: Team of the tournament

    There is no Scottish player in this team because the players we considered (mainly Jade Konkel; Chloe Rollie, Hannah Smith and Lisa Thomson) were simply up against brilliant talents in each of their positions, so it is a shame that not all six nations are represented here but such is the quality of the competition. 

  20. Italy beat Scotland in Padua mud

    (Report: Scottish RFU)

    A rainy day welcomed the teams in Padova and a heavy pitch meant that after the opening exchanges flowing rugby was going to be hard to come by.

    The hosts were clinical in the first half and Scotland had too much to do in the second period to overturn a 19-point deficit.

    Italy made the dream start, getting over the line twice in the opening ten minutes from some powerful running and good hands, leaving Scotland with a battle on their hands early on.

  21. Get the facts right!

    The 2018 Six Nations has been a memorable tournament but has also been accompanied by some dubious or incorrect statistical claims appearing in the media – and these claims often seem to have come from authoritative sources that the media are used to relying on.

  22. Barbarians outflank Army in 7-try win

    (Report: Barbarian RFC) The Wales and England fliers both touched down twice in the first half with the other tries coming from Saracens hooker Kat Evans, USA and Harlequins full back Jess Wooden and Wasps and Germany lock Nora Baltruweit. Ireland’s Nora Stapleton landed one conversion.

    The Barbarians made light of the freezing conditions and snow flurries with a fluent first-half display, attacking from everywhere against an Army side that pinned them back for several spells.

  23. France tie U20 series

    (Report from RFU. Photo: Neil Kennedy/RFU)

    Jo Yapp's side faced France in a return leg fixture, played in challenging weather conditions.

    England were first get points on the board as fly half Helena Rowland crossed the whitewash after five minutes but France responded with centre Aude Constans dotting down, leaving it 7-7 at the break.

    A penalty awarded to France in the second half saw them take the lead for the first time before replacement Charlotte Torres Duxan scored France’s second try, with Julie Coudert converting for a 7-17 lead.

  24. France win a fifth Grand Slam

    Wales began slowly and nervously - France threatened to run riot. Poor tackling first allowed Cyrielle Banet to run from near halfway through the middle of a disordered Welsh defence. Tackled just short she unloaded to Pauline Bourdon and France were on the board.

  25. England too strong for improved Ireland

    Report from IRFU

    England ran out deserved five-try winners but they were flattered by the 33-11 verdict, a much-improved performance from Adam Griggs' side - five days on from a disappointing home defeat to Scotland - seeing them test the world's number two-ranked team throughout.

    The hosts led 19-6 at the interval with a try from a grubber kick and two more from lineout mauls, while Ireland, who defended stoutly despite those concessions, had penalties from Hannah Tyrrell and Niamh Briggs.

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