World Rugby has announced that its flagship 15s and sevens Rugby World Cup properties will no longer include gender in their titles.
South Africa are the first regional qualifiers for Women's Rugby World Cup 2021 after beating Kenya to win the Rugby Africa Women's Cup which doubled as the qualification pathway.
South Africa and Kenya will meet in a winner-takes-all title decider in the Rugby Africa Women's Cup 2019 on Saturday with the victors qualifying for Women's Rugby World Cup 2021.
New Zealand confirm their number one status with a dominant win over Australia, while South Africa and Kenya begin their bid to qualify for Women's Rugby World Cup 2021 with victories.
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South Africa showed why they are favourites to claim Africa's spot at Women's Rugby World Cup 2021 with an emphatic defeat of Uganda, while Kenya overcame test debutants Madagascar in the other Rugby Africa Women's Cup match.
We breakdown the team news, key stats and how the World Rugby Women's Rankings might be affected by this weekend's action in Australia and South Africa.
South Africa begin their bid to qualify for Women's Rugby World Cup 2021 on Friday, facing Uganda, Madagascar and Kenya on home soil in the Rugby Africa Women's Cup and coach Stanley Raubenheimer believes they are ready to rise to the challenge.
The first opportunity for a team to qualify for Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 through the regional qualification route will take place at the Rugby Africa Women’s Cup in Johannesburg, South Africa, from 9-17 August.
We look back on the success of this year's Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland and what it means for the future of the sport for women.