Australia’s fourth win in five stages at the Women’s World Rugby Championship with seven teamswith Wallab that prevailed in the American stage of Langford and booked the title, with the only championship in Toulouse that he missed before the conclusion of the season.
The quarter-final matches provided few surprises, with France clearly overtaking Fiji, while New Zealand undoubtedly beat Canada. In the other two quarter-final matches, Ireland bested the United States, in the only balanced match in the lot, while Australia beat Spain 55-0. And The Southern Hemisphere dominates in the semi-finalsNew Zealand beat France 26-14, while Australia has no problems with Ireland, winning 26-5.
In the final, therefore, New Zealand and Australia. And a match that was confirmed to be very balanced, with the Australians leading after two minutes with Madison Levy, but New Zealand responding with Alina Sayle with an unconverted attempt. Before the break he extended Australia with Charlotte Caslick and shorted the New Zealanders with Sarah Herini. In the second half, New Zealand took the lead with Michaela Blade’s attempt, but Almost in the end it was Lily Dick who gave the victory to the Australians 21-17.
France 7S – Fiji 7S 31-14
New Zealand 7s – Canada 7s 38-0
Ireland 7s-USA 7s 17-14
Australia 7s – Spain 7s 55-0
France 7s – New Zealand 7s 14-26
Ireland 7S – Australia 7S 5-26
New Zealand 7s – Australia 7s 17-21
Photo: Mike Lee – KLC Rugby World Pictures
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