Women’s World Cup rugby 2017

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The tournament runs on a four-year cycle but has been brought forward a year to avoid clashing with the Sevens World Cup and Commonwealth Games in 2018. The pool stages in Dublin are already sold out, debutants Hong Kong provide a compelling underdog story plus England and New Zealand are packed with talent – so what else do you need to know about the 2017 tournament?The eighth Women’s Rugby World Cup is about to kick off with England looking to defend the title they won in 2014. The tournament runs on a four-year cycle but has been brought forward a year to avoid clashing with the Sevens World Cup and Commonwealth Games in 2018. The pool stages in Dublin are already sold out, debutants Hong Kong provide a compelling underdog story plus England and New Zealand are packed with talent – so what else do you need to know about the 2017 tournament?

A new trophy has been unveiled for the Women’s Rugby League World Cup with 100 days to go before this year’s edition begins in Australia. The brand new piece of silverware was delivered by members of the Australian team – the defending World Cup champions – at Cronulla Beach in Sydney. They used a lifeguard rescue buggy to transport the trophy with Rugby League World Cup 2017 chief executive Andrew Hill also on hand. “Women’s rugby league continues to go from strength to strength and in 100 days from now we will witness the best players compete for the title of 2017 World Cup winners,” said Hill. “Both the tournament Organising Committee and the Rugby League International Federation thought it only appropriate to introduce this impressive trophy that will herald in a new era for women’s rugby league. “With the support of the Australian, New South Wales and Queensland Governments along with major partner Harvey Norman, we look forward to delivering the best-ever Women’s Rugby League World Cup.”