The Rugby World Cup that is scheduled this year is that of women’s.
This premier international league event will see some of the best women’s rugby teams participating across the world including Australia. Those who are avid followers of rugby game and wish to support the women’s tournament will get to see Jillaroos and their rival teams in action. Currently tickets to the Rugby League World Cup are available for sale.
The semi finals and pool stages can be watched by the fans for a mere ten dollar ticket. Children who are under 16 as well as concession card holders will have free access. Countries like England, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Papua and New Guinea would all be participating in the tournament. The pool stages and semi final matches would be played from November 16th to 26th at the Southern Cross Group Stadium located in Cronulla. Joy Neville of Limerick would be referred at the Women’s Rugby World Cup that would be held in Ireland in August. Neville would be one of the nine referees of the world league.
She was a former back row forward player as well as captains the women’s team of Ireland. She was also a winner of 2013 Grand Slam. She retired from active playing four years ago and since then she has been playing the role of IRFU referee. This year has a lot of action planned for women’s rugby teams across the world. For those who are avid followers of rugby can currently concentrate on the Champions Cup that is nearing the semi final stages. There are other interesting tournaments to follow in the US and other parts of the world including Australia and New Zealand. But World Cup events have a major focus on women’s rugby this year, which will be something special for the fans.