Rugby World Cup Of Women Scores

England the Champions will play France in the World Cup semi-finals of Women after a win of seven-try over the USA.

The first try was scored by Emily Scarratt and a penalty try along with further scores from Marlie Packer, including a brace, and at halftime, Katy McLean saw them the lead of 33-7 at the half-time.



Following their 2-o series victory on their tour of Argentina, the captain of the England Rugby squad, Captain Dylan Hartley has said he is full of nothing but praise for his inexperienced squad that helped in clinching the victory.

He was also on hand to praise Cumbrian Mark Wilson for his outstanding performance in the game.



After making history following their thrilling win over Australia last weekend, Joe Schmidt has tasked his men to set their sights on ensuring that they wrestle the Six Nations title from current holders, England in 2017.

Since England’s World Cup win in 2003, Ireland has become the first side to defeat the “big three” of the Southern Hemisphere, thus handing Rory Best, Ireland’s captain a fairy tale ending to his 100th cap so far for his country.


Jones Changing English Rugby Culture

The head coach of the England rugby team Edie Jones is on his way to change the culture of English rugby and he is doing it in his own style and way.

Jones recently had an interview session at an unusual place and that was the Pennyhill Park base located in Bagshot in Surrey. Jones regards this as one of the best facilities to train for a national side and he is happy that England is the team making use of these facilities.


Jones slams rival rugby league

Rugby league is not about skills, it is a game designed to hurt people. That was Jones's opinion of the rival sport when asked about his thoughts on Sam Burgess's failed attempt to play in rugby union.

In 2014, Burgess decided to walk away from the South Sydney Rabbitohs to represent England at the 2015 World Cup. Despite making the starting XV, he was blamed for the poor showing at the tournament when England were dumped out in the pool stages.


Folau should be played at Full-back

The Aussies would be taking a big risk if they play Israel Folau at a central position instead of his more familiar full-back role in the Brisbane Test on Saturday, believes England's center Jonathan Joseph.

Despite the fact that Folau has spent most of his career playing at full-back, NSW Waratahs' trainer Daryl Gibson has played the 27-year-old in a midfield position this year.