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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Wallaroos Head Coach Paul Verrell has made two changes to his starting XV that will play host nation France in Sunday’s do-or-die clash at the 2014 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup.
The Wallaroos have made it back to back wins in the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup after defeating Wales 25-3 on Wednesday morning (AEST) in Paris.
Australia has named the side to play Wales in their second match of the IRB Women’s World Cup with Wallaroos veteran Rebecca Smyth returning to the starting side.
The Wallaroos have won their opening match of the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup, defeating South Africa 26-3 in Marcoussis in Paris on Saturday morning AEST.
The Wallaroos team to take on South Africa in their first match of the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup has been named with veteran flyhalf Tui Ormsby confirmed in the starting side.
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