WOMEN’S SEVENS WORLD SERIES 2013/2014

The Qantas Australian Women's Sevens team has reclaimed its position at the top of the IRB Women's World Series standings after defeating New Zealand 24-12 in a pulsating Cup Final in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The series heads to China, with the 50,000-seater Guangzhou University Town Stadium hosting the most talented Rugby Sevens players in the world from 5-6 April 2014.

From China, the competition then continues to Netherlands (Amsterdam) for the tournament's fifth and final leg before the finals, highlighting the IRB's vow to the ongoing growth and development of women's Rugby around the world.

 

IRB Women's Sevens World Series - Dates and Venues

Round

Location

Date

1

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

28-29 November 2013

2

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

15-16 February 2014

3

Arena Barueri, São Paulo, Brazil

21-22 February 2014

4

Guangzhou University Town Stadium, Guangzhou, China

5-6 April 2014

5

National Rugby Centrum, Amsterdam, Netherlands

16-17 May 2014

 

China Sevens

The pool draw for the Netherlands Sevens has been confirmed for round seven of the HSBC Sevens World Series on 16-17 May 2014.

Australia has drawn the same pool as Russia, France and South Africa.

See below for the full Netherlands Sevens pool draw;

Pool A

New Zealand

Spain

USA

Ireland

Pool B

Australia

Russia

France

South Africa

Pool C

Canada

England

Brazil

Netherlands


 To view the complete Amsterdam Sevens fixture, click here.


Women's Sevens World Series - Live Streaming
 

Following the success of the competition’s inaugural year, uninterrupted action of all five rounds of the 2013/14 IRB Women’s Sevens World Series will be streamed live on wsws.irb.com.

With Women’s Rugby now one of the fastest-growing team sports in the world and, in 2016, the finest female players in the world will take their place alongside their male counterparts in Rio de Janeiro when Rugby returns to the Olympic Games summer programme. The international series is a key milestone in the ongoing development of both the competitive standards and the professionalism of the Women’s Game.