Wallaroos

The Wallaroos is Australia’s Women’s XVs side that competes in the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup and Test Matches. The Wallaroos competed in the first IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup in 1998 and have competed in every IRB World Cup since then.

The Wallaroos’ efforts in the most recent 2010 IRB Women’s World Cup saw them finish third after they defeated France 22-8.

The Wallaroos will head to the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup in Paris under Head Coach Paul Verrell.

There have been 125 players represent Australia in the Wallaroos with 12 debutants receiving their first Test caps in the Tri-Nations tournament held in New Zealand in June 2014. The Tri-Nations was held between New Zealand, Canada and Australia as a precursor to the World Cup. 
Wallaroos camp a building block for success
The Wallaroos have completed an intense high performance training camp at Bond University on the Gold Coast with Head Coach Paul Verrell seeing some solid signs of improvement from the Australian players.  Read full article...
ARU to host 2015 National Women’s XVs Championship
Women’s Rugby in Australia has received a significant boost with the reintroduction of the Australian Rugby Union’s National Women’s XVs Championship to be held in Sydney in June. Read full article...
Wallaroos finish IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup on a high
The Wallaroos have rediscovered their winning form in the 7th v 8th playoff match, defeating Wales 30-3 in a brilliant display of attacking Rugby in Paris on Monday 18 August. Read full article...
The Wallaroos side to take on Wales in Australia’s final match of the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup has been named with Australia looking to win the 7ih v 8th playoff match. Read full article...
AUSTRALIA GO DOWN TO SIX NATIONS CHAMPIONS FRANCE IN WORLD CUP

The Wallaroos have been defeated by Women’s Six Nations Champions France 17-3 in Australia’s final pool match of the tournament in Paris on Sunday morning.


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