Free Websites at Nation2.com


Total Visits: 30867
Watch Womens Rugby World Cup 2017 Live Online
Watch Womens Rugby World Cup 2017 Live Online

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017  (RLWC2017) is delighted to announce that New Zealand fans will get the opportunity to watch the Kiwi Ferns play a warm-up match on home soil before they contest the Womens Rugby League World Cup 2017, which kicks off …8 August 2017

Social-Image-600x300
Kiwi Ferns to Play World Cup Warm-up Game in New ZealandRugby League World Cup 2017 (RLWC2017) is delighted to announce that New Zealand fans will get the opportunity to watch the Kiwi Ferns play a warm-up match on home soil before they contest the Women’s Rugby League World Cup 2017, which kicks off in Sydney in exactly 100 days.

Women’s Rugby World Cup

Women’s Rugby World Cup Live

Women’s Rugby World Cup Live Stream

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Live

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Live Stream

Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup

Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup Live

Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup Live Stream

Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017

Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Live

The Kiwi Ferns will fine-tune their World Cup preparations by playing New Zealand Maori Wahine Toa at Waikato Stadium ahead of the men’s RLWC2017 pool match between Samoa and Tonga on Saturday 4 November 2017.

Kiwi Ferns captain Sarina Fiso said: “This game against New Zealand Maori Wahine Toa will give the squad the best possible preparation for this year’s Women’s Rugby League World Cup as well as providing the opportunity to play in front of family and friends, which means so much to the team.”It will also give us a taste of the Rugby League World Cup atmosphere before we head across to Australia,” she concluded.

New Zealand are co-hosts of the men’s tournament and will stage seven games of what will be the biggest rugby league event the country has ever hosted. The addition of the Kiwi Ferns and New Zealand Maori Wahine Toa contest only enhances this special occasion.RLWC2017 New Zealand General Manager Andrea Nelson said: “It’s great to be able to give the Kiwi Ferns the opportunity to play on home soil in front of the New Zealand public before they travel across the Tasman for the Women’s Rugby League World Cup.”

Watch Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Live Stream

2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup

2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup Live

2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup Live Stream

WRWC 2017

WRWC 2017 Live

WRWC 2017 Live Stream

Watch WRWC 2017

Watch WRWC 2017 Live

“With ticket prices starting from $45 for a family of four, it will be a great chance for fans to watch two games for a very affordable price,” she concluded.

The Kiwis Ferns have been drawn in Pool B of this year’s Women’s Rugby League World Cup and will play Canada (November 16), Cook Islands (November 19) and Papua New Guinea (November 22) in the pool stages.Chairman of New Zealand Maori Rugby League John Devonshire said: “It’s a fantastic opportunity for the New Zealand Maori Wahine Toa team to be playing on such a huge occasion with a great atmosphere.

“It’s also a great chance for our players to test themselves and help the Kiwi Ferns prepare for the Women’s Rugby League World Cup.”Previously part of the user-pays Festival of World Cups, this year’s tournament will be first time the Women’s Rugby League World Cup has been held as a standalone event, with the pool matches to be played at Southern Cross Group Stadium in Cronulla (Sydney) as triple-headers onNovember 16, 19 and 22 with the semi-finals to be played as a double-header on November 26.

WRWC 2017

WRWC 2017 Live

WRWC 2017 Live Stream

Watch WRWC 2017

Watch WRWC 2017 Live

Watch WRWC 2017 Live Stream

Watch WRWC

Watch WRWC Live

Watch WRWC Live Stream

WRWC

The tournament will see both the men’s and women’s finals played as a double-header in Brisbane on 2 December 2017 – the first time two World Cup winners will be crowned on the same day, on the same stage.Australia, Canada, Cook Islands, England, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea will be the six teams to contest this year’s tournament.

Australia are the reigning champions with th The RFU, which announced record revenues last year of more than £400m, said its priorities shift between the XVs and sevens programmes, with the World Cup Sevens and Commonwealth Games taking place next year.

It said the England XV side will continue to take part in competitions, and that it has invested millions of pounds in the women’s game, including £800,000 annually on a new domestic competition aimed at increasing and improving the talent pool available for selection for England. But Allin-Khan wrote: “The England women’s team are a source of inspiration to countless girls and women the length and breadth of the country.

“The players have played their part. Many left careers in other professions to commit themselves fully to representing their country.”The RFU is placing the risk of playing international rugby on the players themselves.”The most concerning aspect of this news is what it says about the RFU’s ongoing commitment to the women’s game. The discontinuation of these contracts sends the message that the RFU is far less than fully committed to the women’s game.

Watch WRWC 2017 Live Stream

Watch WRWC

Watch WRWC Live

Watch WRWC Live Stream

WRWC

WRWC Live

WRWC Live Stream

Rugby Women’s World Cup

Rugby Women’s World Cup Live

Rugby Women’s World Cup Live Stream

Rugby Women’s World Cup 2017

Rugby Women’s World Cup 2017 Live

Rugby Women’s World Cup 2017 Live Stream

“We have come such a long way and the England women’s team have rewarded us with no less than world titles. We cannot fail them with a poverty of ambition or investment. We therefore strongly urge you to reconsider this decision.”

The eighth Women’s Rugby World Cup is taking place in Ireland from Aug 9-26, with England defending their title. The first tournament took place in Wales in 1991. From 1994, the event has taken place every four years. But this year’s competition has been brought forward by a year to leave three years between it and the Olympic Games because of the introduction in 2016 of rugby sevens,  which many XVs stars also play.

Women’s Rugby World Cup Free Online

Women’s Rugby World Cup Live Free

Women’s Rugby World Cup Live Stream Free

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Online TV

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Live Free

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Live Stream Free

Twelve teams will take part. As well as traditional rugby nations – such as England, France, Ireland, Wales, Italy, Australia and New Zealand – Spain, Canada, the USA, Japan and Hong Kong are also competing. Scotland, though, failed to qualify.

There are three pools with four teams in each. Each pool winner will continue to the semi-finals. The fourth berth goes to the best second-placed team. But the remaining eight teams will stay until the finals day, playing for 5th to 12th-place seedings. Each team will play five games.