Australian Rugby Union today announced the 2014 playing schedule for Australia’s elite women, with the Wallaroos set to play reigning Women’s Rugby World Cup champions New Zealand and Canada in the inaugural International Series in New Zealand in May and June next year.
Wallaroos head coach Paul Verrell has unveiled his first training squad for Women’s Rugby World Cup 2014 in France, one which contains a healthy mix of youth and experience with a number of players returning from Australia’s best finish of third at the 2010 showpiece.
The International Rugby Board invites members of the media to the Women's Rugby World Cup 2014 Pool Allocation Draw in Hotel de Ville, Paris on Wednesday, October 30.
The Women's Rugby World Cup 2014 pool allocation draw has ensured some thrilling match-ups will be on display in France.
The Wallaroos will meet Wales, South Africa and hosts, France in Pool C of the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2014 following the pool allocation draw in Paris overnight.
The Wallaroos have been defeated by the New Zealand Black Ferns at Rotorua International Stadium on Sunday evening, going down 38-3 in Australia’s first match of 2014.
The Wallaroos have reconvened for their final preparation camp before the IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup 2014 at the Sydney Academy of Sport in Narrabeen today.
Brisbane-born Shannon Parry has been named the Wallaroos World Cup captain for next month’s IRB 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup.
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.
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.
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