- First test : 1994
- Wiki page : View page
- Number of teams (est) : 70
- Website : View page
- Results : View result history
The Wallaroos have competed at all World Cups since 1998. Australian women have been playing rugby since the late 1930s, in regional areas of New South Wales. In 1992 the first National Women's Tournament as held in Newcastle, NSW. The following year the Australian Women's Rugby Union was established, and it was declared that the national women's team would be called the Wallaroos. The Wallaroos played their first international in 1994, against New Zealand in Sydney. The team placed fifth at their first world cup appearance in 1998 in Holland they placed fifth at the 2002 event in Spain. In March 2009 the Wallaroos won the inaugural Women's Rugby World Cup Sevens tournament, beating New Zealand 15 - 10. A major focus is now on the Sevens game and they are the reigning Olympic champions.
- Wednesday September 29th 2021read more
USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand will compete in an annual series – the Pacific Four...
- Tuesday September 14th 2021read more
Jay Tregonning has been appointed head coach of the Wallaroos to the end of the 2022 season,...
- Friday July 30th 2021read more
New Zealand will play Fiji and Team GB will play France in the Olympic semifinals.
- Wednesday July 21st 2021read more
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World Rugby have published details about the qualification process for the 2022 Commonwealth...