Sevens stars Rusila Nagasau and Lavenia Tinai reveal what being part of the first Fijiana team to qualify for a Rugby World Cup in 15s means to them and the impact it has already had on women's rugby in the country.
Fijiana have qualified for their first Rugby World Cup after beating Samoa in the final round of the Oceania Rugby Women's Championship 2019 in Lautoka, Fiji.
A Championship winner in both men’s and women’s rugby in the Netherlands and a former test prop, Sylke Haverkorn has now been tasked with rebuilding the country’s women’s 15s team as the newly-appointed head coach.
Fiji power past Samoa in the second round of the Oceania Rugby Women's Championship to boost their chances of Rugby World Cup 2021 qualification, while the Black Ferns Development XV rack up another half-century.
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Following Tonga’s withdrawal from the Oceania Rugby Women’s Championship 2019 on health grounds, World Rugby has announced a revised Rugby World Cup 2021 qualification process.
Emilie Bydwell, USA Rugby General Manager for Women’s High Performance, tells World Rugby why this month's CanAm series is such a significant point on the road to Rugby World Cup 2021.
There were wins for the New Zealand Blacks Ferns Development XV and Samoa in a truncated opening round of the Oceania Rugby Women's Championship 2019 in Lautoka, Fiji.
Samoa head coach Ramsey Tomokino admits his new-look side are something of an unknown quantity as they chase qualification for Rugby World Cup 2021.
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.