Women’s Rugby Update for Nov 15-21

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news for Nov 15-21. England retained the top spot in the rankings as they defeated USA 89-0, France handed New Zealand their fourth loss, 29-7, Canada defeated Wales 24-7 and Ireland narrowly beat Japan 15-12.

In more XVs news, the IRFU will not publish the findings of the two reviews they are conducting, Ali Donnelly writes about how the aura around New Zealand is gone, and the Wallaroos add Scott Fava as defence coach alongside Sunnybank coach Sione Fukofuka as attack coach.

In 7s news, Brazil and Colombia have qualified for the 2022 Rugby World Cup 7s, and Dubai announced their schedule for the first HSBC 7s Series stop.

In Other News, World Rugby announced the nominees for their 2021 Awards, Vickii Cornborough has been elected as the first female Rugby Players Association Vice Chair, and USA’s Jessica Watkins will become the first Black woman to complete a long-term stay on the International Space Station.

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tl;dr: Women’s Rugby Update for Nov 15-21 covers the 3 Internationals on the weekend, the IRFU will not release the results of their reviews publicly, Brazil and Colombia have qualified for the 2022 Rugby World Cup 7s, and Dubai announced their schedule for the first HSBC 7s Series stop.

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