- First test : 1987
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- Number of teams (est) : 100
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- Results : View result history
Officially formed in 1987, the Women's National Team (known as the Eagles) has been an international powerhouse since its inception. The Eagles won the first official Women's Rugby World Cup in 1991, and finished second in the two following World Cups (1994, 1998). The team finished sixth in the 2002 Women's Rugby World Cup. The Eagles have set the standard for international competition, leading an ensuing wave of women's rugby growth and game development worldwide.
- Saturday June 03rd 2023read more
The first international XV tournaments ever played in Brazil, the Americas Rugby Trophy, started...
- Saturday April 01st 2023read more
Canada were on another level as they beat USA 50-17 in the Pacific 4s opener in Madrid.
- Saturday March 25th 2023read more
The United States opened the "Four Nations" series in Spain with a narrow 20-14 win against...
- Tuesday February 28th 2023read more
Details of the 2023 Pacific Fours have been announced.
- Tuesday October 25th 2022read more
There are four exciting World Cup quarterfinals this weekend, but one in particular catches the...
- Sunday October 23rd 2022read more
The final six games of the pool phase took place this weekend
- Saturday June 18th 2022read more
New Zealand have won the Pacific Fours in the wild weather of Whangarei, on New Zealand’s North...
- Tuesday April 26th 2022read more
Canada will defend their Pacific Fours title in June as the second edition of the competition...