World Rugby has named Australia as the preferred candidate for the 2029 Women’s World Cup

Australia has been named the preferred candidate for the 2029 Women’s World Cup

World Rugby has announced Australia as the preferred candidate for the 2029 Women’s World Cup.

Monday’s confirmation comes a week before a meeting between World Rugby, Rugby Australia and government and city representatives to advance the 2027 and 2029 men’s and women’s World Cup hosting models, followed by a final World Rugby Council vote in Dublin in May.

Hamish McLennan, chairman of Rugby Australia, said: “We are delighted to be the preferred candidate to host the 2029 Rugby World Cup.

“This is a really wonderful addition to our bid for the Rugby World Cup 2027 and we would like to welcome to our shores the top event of the women’s XVs calendar for the first time in 2029.

“Today’s announcement is another step in the right direction for Australian rugby as we move towards the final decision of the World Rugby Council in May. We are inspired by the spirit of collaboration we have with world rugby. “

Thompson scored a hat-trick against Italy in the Red Roses’ 12-run attempt

Lydia Thompson scores a hat-trick and Emily Skart tries her 50th in England as the Red Roses tick 74-0 victory over Italy in the Women’s Six Nations.

Lydia Thompson scored a hat-trick in Italy's 74-0 win over Parma.

Lydia Thompson scored a hat-trick in Italy’s 74-0 win over Parma.

Bonus points were already secured at parmar half-time thanks to the efforts of Thompson and fellow winger McKenna, as well as scores from forwards Lark Davis, Shaunagh Brown and Alex Mathews helped England to a 31-0 lead at the break.

Thompson of the Worcester Warriors bowled for the second time within two minutes of the resumption and sealed England’s 20th consecutive victory with the final action of the match, when Center Scratt came off the bench for his half-century effort. National team.

France is also strong for Ireland; Wales lost to Scotland late

Ireland are still looking for their first win in the Tic Tac Toe Six Nations after losing 40-5 to France in Toulouse.

Lor Sanas has crossed every half as France have lost to Ireland

Lor Sanas has crossed every half as France have lost to Ireland

Liveware France scram-half Lor Sanus has struggled in every half to emerge as the most effective player for the hosts, who have now amassed a maximum of 10 match points after two rounds.

In Saturday’s second clash, Wales turned everything around 19-7, beating Scotland 24-19, courtesy of Fiona Lewis, in a five-minute effort to get to Cardiff.

With five minutes left, Lewis hit for the hosts, and although Scotland hammered Wales’ tri-line in the final, they could not face a disappointing rate.

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