Women’s XV – England defeats New Zealand to win the first edition of the competition

Women’s XV – England defeats New Zealand to win the first edition of the competition

England won the first edition of the Women’s XV Championship. The Red Roses dominated their home court and beat the New Zealanders at home by a score of 33-12.

First forever! The English won the first edition of Women XV, the new competition created by World Rugby. After beating the Australians 42-7 and the Canadians 45-12, the Red Roses beat the Black Fearns. The English started the match strongly, taking the score to 19-0 after 24 minutes of play. And then, at home, the New Zealanders were still proud, with a try at the end of the first half and another after that. Back from the locker room. But the English finished better, scoring two more tries to secure a 33-12 win as well as the crown in this competition, while remaining unbeaten.

Revenge of the World Cup

Red roses led The best player in the world, Marley PackerAnd they took revenge on their hosts. During the last World Cup, the New Zealanders won the final over England in a very close match that ended 34-31. On the other hand, it represents a disappointment for the Black Ferns, who lost at home to France and then England, and only won against Wales.

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