The Women’s Rugby championship is going to start on Saturday, October 8th,2022, at 12:15 p.m. The opening match w’ll start with two great Competitors of the same hemisphere Australia and New Zealand. Australia has two opportunities to at long last overturn New Zealand as a feature of the Laurie O’Reilly Cup this month, where every nation will venture out to one another’s home in a two-test series.
- Date: 8th October 2022
- Time: 2:15 AM ET
- Where: Eden Park, Auckland
- TV Channel: OolaTV
Australia vs New Zealand Women’s Rugby Live Online?
The Australia vs New Zealand Women’s Rugby World Cup action from 8 October to 12 November 2022. The Women’s Rugby Tournament can be seen on a Peacock if you do not have a cable provider with one of the aforementioned OolaTV Day Pass Anywhere is Just $9.99.
Australia vs New Zealand Women’s Rugby Preview
In the last six matches, New Zealand has won three and lost three matches. They won against the japan Women’s Rugby Team and the Australian Women’s rugby team. They lost against France and England Rugby teams. They face Australia two times and they bring victory. Besides New Zealand lost the battle against France in two consecutive matches. They also defeat by England Women’s team. On the other hand total” 6″ match Australia won only one match against japan. But they were defeated in another match by a huge distance score. So the current performance is near to the New Zealand team. And the Rugby Lovers hoping New Zealand will win the battle.
The men’s and women’s Rugby World cup would be marketed as the “Rugby World Cup” with no gender Discrimination. It was the intention World Rugby Committee to hold in it 2021, But after this, on may 12,2021 they re-announced that the tournament had been Rescheduled to 8th October through 12 November 2022.
Three venues have selected for this great event. these are Te Ika-Maui are in Auckland and the quarter finals will be held at the North events center and Whitaker Stadium
Australia and New Zealand Women’s Rugby Team Roster
Coach: Jay Tregonning
Backs: Iliseva Batibasaga, Lori Cramer, Georgina Friedrichs, Arabella McKenzie, Layne Morgan, Mahalia Murphy, Siokapesi Palu, Pauline Piliae-Rasabale, Trilleen Pomare, Cecilia Smith, Maya Stewart, Bienne Terita, Sharni Williams, Ivania Wong
Forwards: Emily Chancellor, Bree-Anna Cheatham, Piper Duck, Grace Hamilton, Eva Karpani, Grace Kemp, Atasi Lafai, Kaitlan Leaney, Michaela Leonard, Ashley Marsters, Tania Naden, Sera Naiqama, Bridie O’Gorman, Shannon Parry, Liz Patu, Emily Robinson, Madison Schuck, Adiana Talakai
Team New Zealand
Coach: Wayne Smith
Backs: Ariana Bayler, Sylvia Brunt, Kendra Cocksedge, Ruahei Demant, Amy du Plessis, Theresa Fitzpatrick, Stacey Fluhler, Renee Holmes, Ayesha Leti-I’iga, Arihiana Marino-Tauhinu, Hazel Tubic, Ruby Tui, Renee Wickliffe, Portia Woodman
Forwards: Alana Bremner, Chelsea Bremner, Luka Connor, Natalie Delamere, Sarah Hirini, Tanya Kalounivale, Phillipa Love, Charmaine McMenamin, Liana Mikaele-Tu’u, Krystal Murray, Joanah Ngan-Woo, Georgia Ponsonby, Kendra Reynolds, Maiakawanakaulani Roos, Amy Rule, Kennedy Simon, Awhina Tangen-Wainohu, Santo Taumata
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