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Sports Rugby World Cup 2021: Ireland women face December European qualifiers

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Ireland's women's team finished eighth in the 2017 World CupThe Rugby World Cup 2021 European Qualifiers involving Ireland are to take place as a single round-robin tournament held over three weekends in December, Rugby Europe has announced.The qualifiers were due to take place in September but were postponed because of the Covid-19 pandemic.Adam Griggs' Ireland…
Sports Rugby World Cup 2021: Ireland women face December European qualifiers

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Ireland’s females’s team done eighth in the 2017 World Cup

The Rugby World Cup 2021 European Qualifiers bright Ireland are to happen as a single spherical-robin match held over three weekends in December, Rugby Europe has introduced.

The qualifiers had been ensuing from happen in September but had been postponed thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Adam Griggs’ Ireland facet will be joined in the match by Six International locations rivals Scotland and Italy.

The winner of the Ladies folks’s Rugby Europe Championship 2020 can even take dangle of piece.

That tournament will be done in October.

The winners of the qualifying match will qualify for the ninth staging of the Ladies folks’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand next year

The runner-up will progress to the final qualification match, which is able to be organised by World Rugby in 2021.

The principle game of the RWC 2021 European Qualifiers will be between Italy and Scotland on Fifth/sixth December, with the fat agenda of fixtures and particulars to be introduced in early November following the conclusion of the Ladies folks’s Rugby Europe Championship.

Final week, Six International locations confirmed Ireland’s two prominent fixtures from the 2020 Ladies folks’s Six International locations, against Italy and France, will be played on the weekends of 24 and 31 October respectively.

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