- 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
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In a game that ended in terrible conditions, Ireland did more than enough to secure a second win...
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Wales warmed up for next week's game against the Barbarians with a 29-8 victory against...
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Wales recorded a second successive Autumn International away win against Six Nations rivals on...
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- Wednesday June 05th 2019read more
Fresh from their debut at Twickenham last weekend, the Barbarians will head to Cardiff later...