Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017: Final Predictions

WRWC Final

England and New Zealand will do battle in the final of the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup to determine who will be crowned world champions in Ireland. Here are the predictions for the final games of the tournament, which concludes on Saturday. 11-12th PLACE FINAL Japan v Hong Kong Queens University, Belfast KO 12:00 The

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017: Semi-Final Predictions

Women's RWC

England versus France and New Zealand versus United States are top of the bill at the semi-final stage of the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup. Here are the predictions for the knockout phase of the tournament, which starts on Tuesday. 9th PLACE SEMI-FINALS Italy v Japan Queens University, Belfast KO 12:00 Italy fell to a

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017: Round 3 Predictions

Ireland Rugby

New Zealand versus Canada, England versus United States and Ireland versus France are the pick of the fixtures on day three of the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup. Here are the predictions for the climax of the group phase at the tournament, which continues on Thursday... POOL A New Zealand v Canada Billings

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017: Round 2 Predictions

WomensRWC

France versus Australia is the standout fixture from day two of the Women's Rugby World Cup as New Zealand, Canada, England, United States and Ireland all look to continue their winning starts. Here are the predictions for round two of the tournament, which continues on Sunday... POOL A New Zealand v Hong Kong Billings

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017: Round 1 Predictions

Womens RWC

The opening round of tournament sees the top teams in women's rugby look to gain the initiative in their quest to reach the knockout stages. Here are the predictions for round one of the Women's Rugby World Cup, which kicks off on Wednesday... POOL A New Zealand v Wales Billings Park, UCD KO 14:45 Four-time champions

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017: Pool-by-Pool Preview

Women's RWC

Since the pool draws for the Women's Rugby World Cup where made, all participating teams have been plotting and planning to bring their 'A-game' to Ireland. In particular they will have been targeting crucial matches in their respective groups to lay down a marker, top their pool and get a favourable