Women's Rugby World Cup 2021

Its only a few days to what is feted to be the biggest and most exciting women's rugby tournament the world is yet see. The Women's Rugby World Cup 2021,  but played in 2022, is set to be the first fully professional women's rugby world cup with most of the nations taking part having hone fully or partly professional. A milestone nonetheless. 

The twelve-team tournament is set to be a cracker as the teams have gone up a notch since the last tournament. It is poised to be a mouth watering affair with teams bringing flair, styles and skyhigh intensity. 

New Zealand were the winners of the 2017 outdoing The Red Roses of England in an entertaining, high scoring final, with nine points the difference between the two. 

However, during this cycle, Women's rugby has taken more forward leaps and transformed the rugby scene. The Red Roses were the first women's side to fully professionalise and this transformed their game as they avenged their RWC final loss by handing the Black ferns of New Zealand their two biggest ever losses. They are going into the world cup with a record 25-match winning streak on the line as they have been pooled together with their biggest rival, France. Les Bleus have three 3rd place medals and are looking at making their first final after they also put the Black Ferns to the sword when the two sides last met.

As it kicks off today, we wait for the coronation of the best team in the world with the three nations all having an edge over each other, it is bound to be an exciting month of rugby.


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