Travel to the 2010 Women’s Rugby World Cup with Stats Tours and YSC

With the announcement of the Women’s Rugby World Cup schedule released a few weeks ago the excitement for this tournament is growing! The 2010 Women’s Rugby World Cup in 2010 takes place in England, one of the most Rugby-mad countries in the world. Combine the passion and commitment of the rugby with the country’s historic sites, snowy mountains, wilderness, lakes and much, much more for the trip of a lifetime!

YSC is working hand in hand with Stats Tours to develop competitive and exciting travel packages to England. We would highly recommend reviewing the links below for more details and booking your registration now  to ensure you are the first to guarantee your place in England. Remember you can hold your spot with a minimal deposit and payment plans are acceptable as well!

The Starter package is for individuals or groups. For more details click on the icon above. The Competitive package includes two friendly matches for your team. For more details click on the icon above.

The staff of Stats Tours are not only experts in the world of sports, but are also expert in International travel and International competition. Each trip acts as an educational and cultural experience that is meant to stay with the player forever.

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  3. Ay up, lass – does that mean that you’ll be coming over here yourself? Would be fun to meet up somewhere!

    Like the bit about “snowy mountains, wilderness, lakes and much, much more for the trip of a lifetime!”, but have to say that you may be guilty of overselling here a tad. I could see Scafell Pike (highest point in England) from the rugby field when I was at school and I assure you that there isn’t much snow on our “mountains” in August (indeed to call them “mountains” is a mild exaggeration – even the local only call them “fells”)!

    Also – unless you are going to go north of the border – our wildernesses aren’t that, well, wild really. Especially compared to yours. Our largest carnivorous animal is the fox – bit disappointing if you are used to brown bears. And heads of Dartmoor ponies just don’t have the same impact as buffalo.

    OTOH you failed to mention one of the more important things – the beer. A few pints of Old Peculiar will more than make up for any disappointment about the lack of snow, miles of virgin forest, impressive wildlife, or – indeed – any US win over England 😉

  4. Whoops! The clarify that should be HERDS of Dartmoor ponies. Not HEADS. People would be a shade put out if you started shooting them…


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