Fans and supporters of women’s rugby union have plenty to look forward to in 2018, including the Women’s Six Nations which is already underway. Last year’s Women’s Rugby World Cup catapulted the sport to a whole new level, providing a huge buzz, so find out here how the teams are shaping up and who you should put your money on to finish top of the pile.
The 2017 Women’s Rugby League World Cup will be the fifth since the competition was first held in 2008, but this year’s event will be slightly different from its predecessors because it will be staged as a standalone event for the first time.
The 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup runs from Wednesday 9th August until Saturday 26th August, with twelve teams from three pools battling it out to be named world champions.
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