- First test : 1987
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- Number of teams (est) : 183
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- Results : View result history
Wales women first played officially in April 1987 when they they took on England. Prior to that Welsh players were selected to represent Great Britain. Wales hosted the first ever Women's Rugby World Cup in Cardiff in 1991 and since then they have participated in a further four of the five tournaments finishing fourth in 1994, their highest ever finish. The Welsh Women's Rugby Union was created in 1994 and the WWRU also became affiliated to the Welsh Rugby Union at the same
- Sunday November 07th 2021read more
Wales beat Japan 23-5 this evening.
- Wednesday November 03rd 2021read more
Some 25 players in Wales will be offered contracts for the first time as part of a major new...
- Wednesday September 29th 2021read more
Wales have announced the make up of interim coaching team for autumn tests against Japan, South...
- Thursday September 16th 2021read more
This weekend sees the first post-Olympic women’s international sevens with the Fast Fours in...
- Tuesday September 14th 2021read more
Some 123 former Welsh women's international players have published a letter and are gathering...
- Monday July 26th 2021read more
The collapse of one of the strongest women's rugby teams in Wales has led to criticism that the...
- Sunday June 06th 2021read more
Russia have won the first round of the European Championship, beating Spain in the final...
- Monday May 17th 2021read more
Great Britain put in some great performances, but France still finished on top at the three-day...