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18dAAP

NSW secure back-to back Super W titles

NSW have won back-to-back Super W crowns with a thrilling 8-5 victory over arch-rivals Queensland in the 2019 title decider in Sydney.

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52dReuters

Wallaroos captain banned for six weeks for bite

Wallaroos captain Liz Patu has been suspended for six weeks after pleading guilty to biting an opponent during a Super W game in Australia, Queensland Rugby Union (QRU) said.

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53dAAP

Wallaroos captain Liz Patu cited for biting

Australian women's rugby captain Liz Patu is facing accusations of biting an opponent during a Super W match and will learn her fate at a disciplinary hearing on Monday evening.

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Walsh backs Cherry to shine as a mum

Emilee Cherry's former coach has backed the Australian Sevens standout to flourish once she returns from the birth of her first child later this year.

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106dESPN

espnW foresight: Stars, shockers and stories of 2019

As the countdown to the 2019 season begins we look ahead to our four big women's winter codes: AFLW, Super Netball, Super W and rugby league. What will be the same in 2019? What has changed? Read our bold predictions for the season ahead.

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186dAAP

Aussies finish fifth at World Series opener

The Australian women's rugby sevens World Series title defence is off to a rocky start after a heavy quarter-final loss to the US in the opening event in Denver, Colorado.

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197dReuters

Wallaroos go West for first time

The Wallaroos and Back Ferns will join the Wallabies and All Blacks in Perth for the first Bledisloe Cup Test in Western Australia, as international rugby makes its debut at the new Burswood stadium in 2019.

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212dBrittany Mitchell

World Rugby hint at new international women's comp

World Rugby have hinted at a potential women's Rugby Championship-style competition in the coming future, with General Manager of Women's Rugby Katie Sadleir telling media in Sydney an international competition could be around the corner.

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221dAAP

Aussie rugby gold medallists re-sign

Australian rugby sevens co-captains Sharni Williams and Shannon Parry and Olympic gold medal-winning teammate Alicia Quirk have re-signed, locking them up until the end of 2020.

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246dAAP

Riordan returns for Wallaroos to face NZ

Centre Sarah Riordan's return from injury is the only change to the Wallaroos as they attempt to improve on their heartening effort against world champions New Zealand.

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247dAAP

RA rejects claims of Wallaroos "snub"

Rugby Australia has rejected accusations of discrimination after the Wallaroos and Black Ferns were unable to warm-up on ANZ Stadium before their first double-header with the Wallabies and All Blacks in Sydney.

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247dBrittany Mitchell

Uni Sevens to have international feel

AON University Sevens series two will have a distinctly international feel when it kicks off in Hobart on Saturday, with players from around the world representing 10 of Australia's universities in the nationwide women's competition.

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251dAAP

World champion Black Ferns rout Wallaroos

New Zealand women's rugby domination over arch rivals Australia has continued with the all-conquering Black Ferns crushing the Wallaroos 31-11 in the Bledisloe Cup curtain raiser in Sydney.

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256dESPN Staff

Wallaroos name experienced Patu as captain

Wallaroos coach Dwayne Nestor has named experienced hooker Liz Patu as the sides new captain ahead of their Bledisloe Cup clash with the Black Ferns.

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256dBrittany Mitchell

English backpacker turns Wallaroo

For new Wallaroos recruit Fi Jones, the opportunity to pull on the gold jersey against the Black Ferns would rate among her proudest moments - despite the fact she's a Brit.

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261dAAP

Australia bid to host 2021 Women's RWC

Rugby Australia chief executive Raelene Castle is confident of delivering a record-breaking women's Rugby World Cup if Australia is granted the right to host the 2021 tournament.

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262dESPN Staff

Women's RWC receives Gov support

The Australian Government have announced their support for Rugby Australia's bid to host the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup by providing $300,000 to support the sporting body.

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275dESPN Staff with AAP

New-look Wallaroos World Cup focused

The Wallaroos have announced a new-look 15-a-side squad, featuring 13 uncapped players, to play two Tests against world champions New Zealand next month in preparation for the 2021 World Cup.

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278dAAP

Black Ferns hammer France for RWC7s crown

New Zealand have claimed a historic back-to-back Rugby World Cup Sevens title, and 26 straight wins, after they hammered France 29-0 in the gold medal final, while Australia claimed bronze over USA at AT&T Park in San Francisco.

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317dBrittany Mitchell

Aussie women turn focus to World Cup

Claiming their second World Series title in three years, the Australian women's sevens side will celebrate with a week of rest before they start preparations for next month's Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco.

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329dAAP

Manenti named Aussie women's sevens coach

Australia's newly installed women's sevens coach John Manenti has already begun toughening up the Olympic champions whom he says have become targets for the world's improving teams.

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367dAAP

Wallaroos in historic double-headers

Back-to-back double headers for the Wallabies and Wallaroos against New Zealand in August will be another step in Australia's bid to host the 2021 Women's Rugby World Cup.