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Welcome to the top women’s rugby news for Sep 6-12. Munster are the 2021 Vodafone Women’s Interprovincial Champions, Saracens, Harlequins and Bristol are tied for first after two rounds of Allianz Premier 15s, and the Dr Farah Palmer Cup will restart “without Counties Manukau, Auckland and North Harbour” this weekend. In 7s news, Vancouver 7s
Vancouver will host a women’s Fast Four tournament at BC Place on September 18-19 between Canada, Great Britain, the USA and Mexico. Mexico was added to the event following the late withdrawal of France’s teams due to Covid-19 related international travel logistics issues. The women’s fast four competition format, which was previously successfully employed at
The Rugby World Cup 2021 Europe Qualifier will take place in Parma’s Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi, Italy, on 13, 19 and 25 September, 2021. Hosts Italy will compete against Ireland, Scotland and the winners of the Rugby Europe Women’s Championship 2020, Spain, in a round-robin format. The top team will secure a spot in Pool B at
Welcome to the top women’s rugby news for Aug 30 – Sep 5. World Rugby confirmed the schedule for the Rugby World Cup 2021 European Qualifier taking place in Italy on September 13, 19 and 25. The winner takes the Europe 1 place in Pool B and the runner-up will progress to the Final Qualification
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