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Rugby Australia details plans for ‘record-breaking’ Women’s World Cup

Rugby Australia has announced today (Wednesday) that its 2021 Women’s World Cup would be staged in Newcastle and the Hunter Valley region should it be successful in its bid for the rugby union tournament.

Australia is facing competition from England, France, New Zealand, Portugal and Wales in its bid to land hosting rights to the national team tournament. The World Rugby Council will announce the winning bid at its interim meeting in the Irish capital of Dublin on November 14.

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