Wales women's national rugby union team

The Wales women's national rugby union team first played in 1987. Wales plays in the Women's Rugby World Cup and the Women's Six Nations Championship

Wales
EmblemThe Prince of Wales's feathers
UnionWelsh Rugby Union
Head coachWarren Abrahams
CaptainSiwan Lillicrap
First colours
Second colours
World Rugby ranking
Current9 (as of 23 November 2020)
First international
 Wales 4–22 England 
(Pontypool, Wales 5 April 1987)
Biggest win
 Wales 77–0 Germany 
(Barcelona, Spain 17 May 2002)
Biggest defeat
 England 83–11 Wales 
(Swansea, Wales 10 April 1999)
World Cup
Appearances6 (First in 1991)
Best result4th place, 1994

HistoryEdit

Wales Women have played as a team officially since 5 April 1987 when a Wales Women team, led by Liza Burgess, took on an England Women side at Pontypool Park.[1] Prior to 1987, Welsh players were selected to represent Great Britain with the first representative side featuring players from Wales running against France at Richmond Athletic Ground in 1986. Great Britain played as a team on several occasions until 1990, beating Italy in their final match. Wales have played England every year since 1987.

Wales hosted the first 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.[2] The IRB adopted the competition in 1998, which was won by the New Zealand Black Ferns who also won the tournaments in Barcelona in 2002 Edmonton, Canada in 2006.

The Welsh Women's Rugby Union was created in 1994 charged with promoting and governing the development and practice of Women's Rugby in Wales; the other three home unions also took charge of their own administration effectively ending the function of the WRFU in the process. The WWRU also became affiliated to the Welsh Rugby Union at the same time.

The creation of four separate home unions for Women's Rugby in Great Britain also saw the introduction of the Women's Home Nations competition with the first set of internationals taking place in 1995. Wales Women's early years in the tournament saw victories only against Ireland Women . Wales Women also remain the only touring team from Wales to have won a Test series in South Africa, beating the Bokkies by two Test to nil back in 1994.

From 2004 to 2006 a policy of selecting only players based in Wales resulted in a series of poor results – and failure to qualify for the 2006 World Cup. When the policy was reversed the team immediately recorded their best Six Nations performance, with a victory over France in 2006, wins over Scotland in 2006 & 2007, ending a ten-year drought of wins against their Celtic opponents, and culminating with victory over England in 2009 on their way to a Triple Crown. The National 7s squad lifted the European 7s title in 2006, beating England in the final but narrowly failed to secure a place in the 2009 Rugby World Cup 7s. In 2007 Wales also re-entered the FIRA Championship, using the tournament to give tournament experience to its development team.

Current squadEdit

Squad for 2018 Women's Six Nations Championship:[3][4]

Caps accurate prior to the beginning of the tournament.

Player Position Date of Birth (Age) Caps Club
Carys Phillips Hooker (1992-11-12) 12 November 1992 (age 28) 36   Ospreys
Kelsey Jones Hooker (1997-09-04) 4 September 1997 (age 23) 2   Ospreys
Amy Evans Prop (1990-09-30) 30 September 1990 (age 30) 18   Ospreys
Cerys Hale Prop (1993-04-04) 4 April 1993 (age 28) 12   Dragons
Gwenllian Pyrs Prop (1997-11-28) 28 November 1997 (age 23) 5   RGC
Caryl Thomas Prop (1986-02-19) 19 February 1986 (age 35) 39   Scarlets
Megan York Prop (1987-04-16) 16 April 1987 (age 34) 29   Dragons
Cara Hope Prop (1993-11-24) 24 November 1993 (age 27) 0   Ospreys
Melissa Clay Lock (1990-01-01) 1 January 1990 (age 31) 15   Ospreys
Siwan Lillicrap Lock (1987-09-21) 21 September 1987 (age 33) 15   Ospreys
Natalia John Lock (1996-02-15) 15 February 1996 (age 25) 8   Ospreys
Alisha Butchers Flanker (1997-06-14) 14 June 1997 (age 24) 14   Scarlets
Nia Davies Flanker (1992-12-07) 7 December 1992 (age 28) 14   Scarlets
Sioned Harries Flanker (1989-11-22) 22 November 1989 (age 31) 49   Scarlets
Lleucu George Flanker (2000-01-21) 21 January 2000 (age 21) 2   Scarlets
Awen Prysor Flanker 0   Cardiff Blues
Beth Lewis Flanker 0   Scarlets
Shona Powell Hughes Number 8 (1991-07-08) 8 July 1991 (age 29) 46   Ospreys
Amy Thomas Number 8 0   Ospreys
Rhiannon Parker Scrum-half 18 August 1989 2   Cardiff Blues
Jade Knight Scrum-half 0   Scarlets
Ffion Lewis Scrum-half 0   Scarlets
Elinor Snowsill Fly-half (1989-06-27) 27 June 1989 (age 31) 44   Newport-Gwent Dragons
Robyn Wilkins Fly-half (1995-04-01) 1 April 1995 (age 26) 29   Ospreys
Jodie Evans Fly-half (1991-05-25) 25 May 1991 (age 30) 5   Scarlets
Rebecca De Filippo Centre (1994-02-25) 25 February 1994 (age 27) 23   Newport-Gwent Dragons
Gemma Rowland Centre (1989-02-07) 7 February 1989 (age 32) 17   Newport-Gwent Dragons
Kerin Lake Centre (1990-05-24) 24 May 1990 (age 31) 16   Ospreys
Hannah Jones Centre (1996-11-14) 14 November 1996 (age 24) 18   Scarlets
Rhiannon Nokes Centre (1989-02-13) 13 February 1989 (age 32) 0   Ospreys
Alecs Donovan Centre 0   Ospreys
Jasmine Joyce Wing (1995-10-09) 9 October 1995 (age 25) 5   Scarlets
Jess Kavanagh-Williams Wing (1990-02-20) 20 February 1990 (age 31) 6   RGC
Hannah Bluck Wing 0   Cardiff Blues
Angharad De Smet Wing (1997-06-14) 14 June 1997 (age 24) 0   Scarlets
Lisa Neumann Fullback 0   RGC

Notable playersEdit

In 2018 Liza Burgess was inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame. In 2019, Rafiuke Taylor became Wales women's first ever dual code rugby international.

Results summaryEdit

(Full internationals only)
Correct as of 31 October 2016

Rugby: Wales internationals 1987–
Opponent First game Played Won Drawn Lost Percentage
  Australia 2002 4 0 0 4 0.00%
  Canada 1991 8 2 2 4 37.50%
  England 1987 33 2 0 31 6.06%
  France 1994 22 4 0 18 18.18%
  Germany 1998 2 2 0 0 100.00%
  Ireland 1996 21 12 0 9 57.14%
  Italy 1998 16 11 0 5 68.75%
  Kazakhstan 1994 5 3 0 2 60.00%
  Netherlands 1988 5 2 0 3 40.00%
  New Zealand 1991 3 0 0 3 0.00%
  Russia 1998 2 2 0 0 100.00%
  Samoa 2002 1 0 0 1 0.00%
  Scotland 1993 28 15 0 13 53.57%
  South Africa 2004 6 4 0 2 66.67%
  Spain 1991 9 2 0 7 22.22%
  Sweden 2007 3 2 0 1 66.67%
  United States 1993 4 0 0 4 0.00%
Summary 1987 172 63 2 107 36.63%

ResultsEdit

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering.

Full internationalsEdit

1980sEdit

[13]
1987-04-05 Wales   4–22   England Pontypool Park [1/1/1]
[20]
1988-04-24 Wales   6–36   England Newport RFC [2/2/2]
[29]
1988-11-27 Netherlands   3–0   Wales Utrecht [14/3/1]
[30]
1989-02-12 England   38–4   Wales Moseley RFC [4/4/3]

1990sEdit

[35]
1990-02-11 Wales   12–18   England Neath RFC [5/5/4]
[46]
1991-03-24 England   24–13   Wales Waterloo [6/6/5]
[51]
1991-04-08 (WC) Wales   9–9   Canada Glamorgan Wanderers [7/5/1]
[55]
1991-04-10 (WC) Wales   6–24   New Zealand Llanharan RFC [8/6/1]
[61]
1991-04-11 (WC) Wales   3–6   Netherlands Cardiff [9/22/2]
[63]
1992-02-09 Wales   10–14   England National Stadium Cardiff [10/12/6]
[69]
1993-03-14 England   23–5   Wales Northampton RFC [13/11/7]
[71]
1993-06-08 (CC) Canada   22–8   Wales Brampton, Ontario [7/12/2]
[74]
1993-06-10 (CC) United States   26–0   Wales Fletcher's Fields, Toronto [13/13/1]
[75]
1993-06-12 (CC) England   38–0   Wales Fletcher's Fields, Toronto [16/14/8]
[79]
1993-12-19 Scotland   0–23   Wales Burnbrae, Glasgow [2/15/1]
[81]
1994-02-13 Wales   10–11   England Bridgend [16/17/9]
[85]
1994-04-11 (WC) Canada   5–11   Wales Edinburgh Academicals [10/17/3]
[88]
1994-04-13 (WC) Kazakhstan   8–29   Wales Edinburgh Academicals [2/18/1]
[97]
1994-04-17 (WC) Scotland   0–8   Wales Melrose [6/19/2]
[99]
1994-04-20 (WC) United States   56–15   Wales Gala [18/20/2]
[107]
1994-04-24 (WC) France   27–0   Wales Edinburgh Academicals [29/21/1]
[113]
1994-12-20 Wales   0–5   Scotland The Brewery Field [22/10/3]
[112]
1995-02-12 England   25–0   Wales Sale RFC [24/23/10]
[127]
1996-02-04 (HN) England   56–3   Wales Leicester [25/24/11]
[128]
1996-02-18 (HN) Wales   11–6   Scotland Bridgend [25/15/4]
[129]
1996-03-03 (HN) Ireland   22–6   Wales Old Belvedere, Dublin [10/26/1]
[149]
1997-01-12 (HN) Scotland   10–0   Wales Meggetland [18/27/5]
[150]
1997-01-26 (HN) Wales   32–5   Ireland Bridgend [28/12/2]
[155]
1997-03-09 (HN) Wales   22–24   England Worcester [29/33/12]
[182]
1998-02-15 (HC) England   29–12   Wales Waterloo [39/30/13]
[184]
1998-03-01 (HC) Wales   12–22   Scotland Cardiff [31/27/6]
[186]
1998-03-22 (HC) Ireland   10–27   Wales Old Crescent, Rosbrien [20/32/3]
[192]
1998-05-02 (WC) Spain   28–18   Wales Amsterdam [15/33/1]
[201]
1998-05-05 (WC) Russia   7–83   Wales Amsterdam [10/34/1]
[211]
1998-05-09 (WC) Germany   12–55   Wales Amsterdam [21/35/1]
[219]
1998-05-12 (WC) Kazakhstan   18–13   Wales Amsterdam [15/36/2]
[223]
1998-05-15 (WC) Italy   10–12   Wales Amsterdam [24/37/1]
[233]
1999-02-07 (5N) Scotland   23–0   Wales Inverleith, Edinburgh [35/38/6]
[235]
1999-02-28 (5N) Wales   26–0   Ireland Venue unknown [39/28/4]
[236]
1999-03-05 (5N) France   34–5   Wales Savigny-en-Barley [51/40/2]
[242]
1999-04-10 (5N) Wales   11–83   England Swansea [41/51/14]
[246]
1999-04-19 FIRA Spain   14–8   Wales Belluno, Italy [21/42/2]
[249]
1999-04-21 FIRA Italy   17–28   Wales Belluno, Italy [26/43/2]
[253]
1999-04-24 FIRA Wales   11–22   Kazakhstan Belluno, Italy [44/20/3]

2000sEdit

[261]
2000-02-04 (5N) Wales   10–27   France Swansea [45/56/3]
[266]
2000-03-05 (5N) England   51–0   Wales Newbury [58/46/15]
[269]
2000-03-19 (5N) Wales   12–36   Scotland Caerphilly [47/44/8]
[271]
2000-04-01 (5N) Spain   18–10   Wales Majadahonda, Madrid [28/48/3]
[274]
2000-05-08 FIRA Scotland   28–6   Wales Almería, Spain [46/49/9]
[277]
2000-05-10 FIRA Italy   24–25   Wales El Ejido, Spain [29/50/3]
[282]
2000-05-13 FIRA Wales   6–3   Kazakhstan Vera, Spain [51/23/4]
[296]
2001-01-15 Wales   72–5   Netherlands Brewery Field, Bridgend [52/48/3]
[299]
2001-02-04 (5N) Wales   0–18   England Newport [53/66/16]
[302]
2001-02-18 (5N) Scotland   22–0   Wales Meggetland [50/54/10]
[305]
2001-03-16 (5N) France   24–3   Wales Nanterre [67/55/4]
[309]
2001-04-08 (5N) Wales   0–5   Spain Wrexham [56/36/4]
[312]
2001-05-06 FIRA Scotland   13–3   Wales Hazebrouk, France [53/57/11]
[320]
2001-05-10 FIRA Ireland   10–15   Wales Tourcoing, France [37/58/5]
[327]
2001-05-12 FIRA Wales   17–7   Kazakhstan Villeneuve d'ascq, France [59/26/5]
[336]
2001-10-18 Wales   7–21   Canada Glamorgan Wanderers [60/33/4]
[337]
2001-10-21 Wales   11–12   Canada Caerphilly [61/34/5]
[339]
2001-10-28 Wales   13–13   Canada Ebbw Vale [62/35/6]
[341]
2001-11-18 Wales   17–20   United States Ebbw Vale [63/39/3]
[344]
2002-02-03 (6N) Ireland   5–13   Wales Thormond Park, Limerick [40/64/6]
[346]
2002-02-15 (6N) Wales   0–20   France Brewery Field, Bridgend [65/72/5]
[350]
2002-03-02 (6N) Spain   20–0   Wales Madrid [42/66/5]
[354]
2002-03-23 (6N) England   40–0   Wales London Welsh [81/67/17]
[361]
2002-04-07 (6N) Wales   3–31   Scotland Stradey Park [68/62/12]
[363]
2002-05-13 (WC) Australia   30–0   Wales Barcelona [14/69/1]
[370]
2002-05-17 (WC) Germany   0–77   Wales Barcelona [37/70/2]
[380]
2002-05-20 (WC) Wales   35–3   Italy Barcelona [71/37/4]
[389]
2002-05-24 (WC) Wales   14–17   Samoa Barcelona [72/5/1]
[397]
2003-02-15 (6N) Wales   44–0   Spain Cardiff Arms Park [73/49/6]
[399]
2003-02-21 (6N) Wales   7–69   England Cardiff Arms Park [74/87/17]
[404]
2003-03-09 (6N) Scotland   9–8   Wales Meadowbank [70/75/13]
[405]
2003-03-21 (6N) Wales   17–0   Ireland Cardiff Arms Park [76/52/7]
[409]
2003-03-28 (6N) France   34–7   Wales Paris [84/77/6]
[428]
2004-02-14 (6N) Wales   10–30   Scotland Arms Park, Cardiff [78/74/14]
[431]
2004-02-21 (6N) Ireland   13–14   Wales Thomond Park, Limerick [55/79/8]
[436]
2004-03-07 (6N) Wales   0–22   France Arms Park, Cardiff [80/89/7]
[437]
2004-03-20 (6N) England   53–3   Wales The Stoop, London [97/81/19]
[441]
2004-03-27 (6N) Wales   7–12   Spain Arms Park, Cardiff [82/60/7]
[444]
2004-05-01 FIRA Ireland   7–24   Wales Toulouse, France [59/83/9]
[454]
2004-05-05 FIRA England   39–3   Wales Toulouse, France [100/84/20]
[457]
2004-05-08 FIRA Scotland   11–10   Wales Toulouse, France [81/85/15]
[461]
2004-05-29 South Africa   5–8   Wales Port Elizabeth [1/86/1]
[462]
2004-06-05 South Africa   15–16   Wales Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria [2/87/2]
[476]
2005-02-04 (6N) Wales   0–81   England Arms Park, Cardiff [88/106/21]
[478]
2005-02-12 (6N) Spain   10–10   Wales Orense, Santiago [65/89/8]
[481]
2005-02-25 (6N) France   48–0   Wales Bondoufle, Paris [97/90/8]
[487]
2005-03-13 (6N) Scotland   22–5   Wales Murrayfield [86/91/16]
[488]
2005-03-18 (6N) Wales   6–11   Ireland Arms Park, Cardiff [92/67/10]
[496]
2005-04-30 Wales   9–24   South Africa Ebbw Vale RFC [93/3/3]
[514]
2005-10-22 Italy   11–14   Wales Treviso [46/94/5]
[522]
2006-02-04 (6N) England   38–15   Wales Old Albanians, St Albans [115/95/22]
[526]
2006-02-11 (6N) Wales   5–0   Scotland Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [96/92/17]
[527]
2006-02-25 (6N) Ireland   7–14   Wales Donnybrook, Dublin [71/97/11]
[530]
2006-03-10 (6N) Wales   10–0   Spain Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [98/71/9]
[533]
2006-03-17 (6N) Wales   11–10   France Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [99/106/9]
[552]
2006-05-06 Wales   16–11   Canada Glamorgan Wanderers [100/54/7]
[594]
2006-11-18 Wales   31–7   Italy Glamorgan Wanderers [101/52/6]
[597]
2006-12-03 Wales   24–0   Netherlands Llanrumney [102/74/4]
[599]
2007-02-03 (6N) Wales   10–5   Ireland Taffs Well RFC, Cardiff [103/80/12]
[603]
2007-02-10 (6N) Scotland   0–10   Wales Dunbar [102/104/18]
[605]
2007-02-24 (6N) France   15–0   Wales Stade Guy Moquet, Paris [114/105/10]
[608]
2007-03-11 (6N) Italy   0–24   Wales Rome [56/106/7]
[610]
2007-03-17 (6N) Wales   0–30   England Taffs Well RFC, Cardiff [107/129/23]
[629]
2007-04-28 FIRA Netherlands   12–3   Walesa Barcelona, Spain [76/108/5]
[633]
2007-04-30 FIRA Sweden   18–8   Walesa Barcelona, Spain [44/109/1]
[636]
2007-05-02 FIRA France   17–10   Walesa Barcelona, Spain [119/110/11]
[638]
2007-05-05 FIRA Russia   14–38   Walesa Barcelona, Spain [25/111/2]
[653]
2007-11-09 Wales   3–25   Canada Cardiff [112/65/8]
[657]
2008-02-02 (6N) England   55–0   Wales London Irish [134/113/24]
[660]
2008-02-10 (6N) Wales   23–6   Scotland Taff's Well [114/108/19]
[664]
2008-02-24 (6N) Wales   27–5   Italy Taff's Well [115/64/8]
[665]
2008-03-07 (6N) Ireland   10–19   Wales St Mary's RFC, Dublin [88/116/13]
[669]
2008-03-15 (6N) Wales   3–0   France Taff's Well [117/125/12]
[683]
2008-05-17 FIRA Scotland   10–27   Wales Amsterdam [112/118/20]
[692]
2008-05-20 FIRA France   10–18   Wales Leiden, Netherlands [128/119/13]
[703]
2008-05-24 FIRA England   12–6   Wales Amsterdam [143/120/25]
[725]
2009-02-08 (6N) Scotland   10–31   Wales Lasswade RFC, Bonnyrigg [116/121/21]
[726]
2009-02-14 (6N) Wales   16–15   England Taff's Well [122/148/26]
[731]
2009-02-28 (6N) France   27–5   Wales Montauban [132/123/14]
[734]
2009-03-15 (6N) Italy   7–29   Wales Mira (Riviera del Brenta) [60/124/9]
[735]
2009-03-21 (6N) Wales   13–10   Ireland Taff's Well [125/97/14]
[781]
2009-11-28 Wales   56–7   Sweden St Helen's, Swansea [126/57/2]

2010sEdit

[786]
2010-02-06 (6N) England   31–0   Wales Esher [154/127/27]
[790]
2010-02-14 (6N) Wales   28–12   Scotland Brewery Field, Bridgend [128/125/22]
[798]
2010-02-28 (6N) Wales   3–15   France Brewery Field, Bridgend [129/142/16]
[801]
2010-03-12 (6N) Ireland   18–3   Wales Ashbourne [101/130/15]
[806]
2010-03-21 (6N) Wales   15–19   Italy Brewery Field, Bridgend [131/79/10]
[835]
2010-08-20 (WC) Australia   26–12   Wales Surrey Park, Guildford [28/132/2]
[841]
2010-08-24 (WC) South Africa   15–10   Wales Surrey Park, Guildford [21/133/4]
[848]
2010-08-28 (WC) New Zealand   41–8   Wales Surrey Park, Guildford [56/134/2]
[854]
2010-09-01 (WC) Sweden   10–32   Wales Surrey Park, Guildford [68/135/3]
[860]
2010-09-05 (WC) South Africa   17–29   Wales Surrey Park, Guildford [24/136/5]
[869]
2011-02-06 (6N) Wales   9–19   England Cross Keys RFC [137/169/28]
[872]
2011-02-13 (6N) Scotland   12–41   Wales Burnbrae, Milngavie [138/138/23]
[874]
2011-02-27 (6N) Italy   12–8   Wales Viareggio, Tuscany [88/139/11]
[877]
2011-03-13 (6N) Wales   15–14   Ireland Cross Keys RFC [140/110/16]
[880]
2011-03-19 (6N) France   15–0   Wales Bourgoin-Jallieu [155/141/16]
[-]
2012-02-03 (6N) Ireland   10–3[5]   Wales Ashbourne RFC [-/-/-]
[924]
2012-02-12 (6N) Wales   20–0   Scotland Cross Keys [142/144/24]
[926]
2012-02-25 (6N) England   33–0   Wales Twickenham stadium [183/143/29]
[928]
2012-03-03 (6N) Ireland   36–0   Wales Ashbourne RFC [114/144/17]
[930]
2012-03-10 (6N) Wales   30–13   Italy Millennium Stadium, Cardiff [145/95/12]
[934]
2012-03-18 (6N) Wales   0–31   France Cross Keys [146/161/17]
[971]
2013-02-03 (6N) Wales   10–12   Ireland Aberavon [147/117/18]
[972]
2013-02-08 (6N) France   32–0   Wales Stade Levindrey, Laon [170/148/18]
[976]
2013-02-24 (6N) Italy   15–16   Wales Benevento [105/149/13]
[979]
2013-03-10 (6N) Scotland   0–13   Wales Scotstoun, Glasgow [151/150/25]
[982]
2013-03-17 (6N) Wales   16–20   England Aberavon [151/198/30]
[1024]
2014-02-02 (6N) Wales   11–12   Italy Talbot Athletic Ground [152/111/14]
[1025]
2014-02-07 (6N) Ireland   18–6   Wales Ashbourne [123/153/19]
[1030]
2014-02-23 (6N) Wales   0–27   France Talbot Athletic Ground [154/182/19]
[1031]
2014-03-07 (6N) England   35–3   Wales Twickenham Stoop [211/155/31]
[1036]
2014-03-16 (6N) Wales   25–0   Scotland Talbot Athletic Ground [156/160/26]
[1051]
2014-06-28 Wales   7–10   United States Wales [157/95/4]
[1062]
2014-08-01 (WC) France   26–0   Wales CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1 [187/158/20]
[1064]
2014-08-05 (WC) Australia   25–3   Wales CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 2 [36/159/3]
[1072]
2014-08-09 (WC) Wales   35–3   South Africa CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1 [160/38/6]
[1076]
2014-08-13 (WC) New Zealand   63–7   Wales CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1 [75/161/3]
[1084]
2014-08-17 (WC) Australia   30–3   Wales CNR, Marcoussis Pitch 1 [39/162/4]
[1095]
2015-02-06 (6N) Wales   13–0   England St. Helen's, Swansea [163/218/32]
[1097]
2015-02-14 (6N) Scotland   3–39   Wales Broadwood, Cumbernauld [163/164/27]
[1100]
2015-02-27 (6N) France   28–7   Wales Stade Sapiac, Montauban [194/165/21]
[1104]
2015-03-15 (6N) Wales   0–20   Ireland Swansea [166/135/20]
[1105]
2015-03-21 (6N) Italy   23–5   Wales Stadio Plebiscito, Padova [121/167/15]
[1128]
2016-02-06 (6N) Ireland   21–3   Wales Donnybrook, Dublin [138/168/21]
[1132]
2016-02-14 (6N) Wales   23–10   Scotland The Gnoll, Neath [169/169/28]
[1134]
2016-02-28 (6N) Wales   10–8   France The Gnoll, Neath [170/200/22]
[1137]
2016-03-12 (6N) England   20–13   Wales Twickenham Stoop [231/171/33]
[1141]
2016-03-20 (6N) Wales   12–16   Italy Athletic Ground, Port Talbot [172/126/16]
[1177]
2017-02-04 (6N) Italy   8–20   Wales Stadio Carotti, Iesi [-/173/17]
[1179]
2017-02-11 (6N) Wales   0–63   England Cardiff Arms Park [174/-/33]
[1182]
2017-02-24 (6N) Scotland   15–14   Wales Broadwood, Cumbernauld [-/175/29]
[1185]
2017-03-11 (6N) Wales   7–12   Ireland Cardiff Arms Park [176/149/22]
[1190]
2017-03-18 (6N) France   39–19   Wales Brive-la-Gaillarde [-/177/23]
[1206]
2017-08-09 (WC) New Zealand   44–12   Wales Billings Park UCD, Dublin [88/178/4]
[1214]
2017-08-13 (WC) Canada   15–0   Wales Billings Park UCD, Dublin [124/179/9]
[1221]
2017-08-17 (WC) Wales   39–15   Hong Kong UCD Bowl, Dublin [180/38/1]
[1227]
2017-08-22 (WC) Canada   52–0   Wales Queen's University Belfast [126/181/10]
[1230]
2017-08-26 (WC) Ireland   17–27   Wales Kingspan Stadium, Belfast [155/182/23]
[1196]
2017-06-11 Wales   10–52   Japan Ystrad Mynach [183/41/1]
[1202]
2017-07-08 Wales   26–21   Spain Cardiff [184/119/10]
[1241]
2018-02-02 (6N) Wales   18–17   Scotland Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay [185/-/30]
[1244]
2018-02-10 (6N) England   52–0   Wales The Stoop, Twickenham [-/186/34]
[1249]
2018-02-25 (6N) Ireland   35–12   Wales Donnybrook, Dublin [158/187/24]
[1255]
2018-03-11 (6N) Wales   15–22   Italy Principality Stadium, Cardiff [188/-/18]
[1258]
2018-03-16 (6N) Wales   3–38   France Parc Eirias, Colwyn Bay [189/-/24]
[1274]
2018-11-10 Wales   19–5   South Africa Cardiff [190/41/7]
[1278]
2018-11-16 Wales   65–0   Hong Kong Cardiff [191/43/2]
[1288]
2018-11-24 Wales   21–38   Canada Cardiff [192/131/11]
[1295]
2019-02-02 (6N) France   52–3   Wales Altrad Stadium, Montpellier [-/193/25]
[1297]
2019-02-09 (6N) Italy   3–3   Wales Lecce [-/194/19]
[1302]
2019-02-24 (6N) Wales   12–51   England Cardiff Arms Park [195/-/35]
[1303]
2019-03-08 (6N) Scotland   15–17   Wales Scotstoun, Glasgow [-/196/31]
[1309]
2019-03-17 (6N) Wales   24–5   Ireland Cardiff Arms Park [197/167/25]
[1350]
2019-11-03 Spain   22–5   Wales Estadio Nacional Universidad Complutense, Madrid [-/198/11]
[1353]
2019-11-10 Ireland   13–15   Wales Donnybrook, Dublin [168/199/26]
Notes

^a Wales only sent its development squad to the 2007 FIRA tournament.

Other matchesEdit

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1990-10-21 Catalonia   4–0   Wales XV Barcelona [-/-/-]
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2002-02-16 Wales A   0–53   England A Bridgend [-/-/-]
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2002-03-24 England A   79–0   Wales A London Welsh [-/-/-]
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2002-04-14 England Academy   35–0   Wales A Chester [-/-/-]
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2003-03-23 Wales A   22–12   England Academy Caerphilly [-/-/-]
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2003-03-29 France A   5–25   Wales A Paris [-/-/-]
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2004-03-05 Wales A   5–8   France A Llanrumney [-/-/-]
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2004-04-25 England Academy   80–0   Wales A Broadstreet, Coventry [-/-/-]
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2004-12-08 England A   50–17   Wales Clifton [-/-/-]
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2005-03-20 England Academy   48–0   Wales A Birchgrove [-/-/-]
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2005-04-26 Wales A   10–17   South Africa UWIC, Cardiff [-/-/-]
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2006-02-11 Netherlands   27–0   Wales A Amsterdam [-/-/-]
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2006-05-02 Wales A   7–66   Canada UWIC, Cardiff [-/-/-]
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2009-04-12 Welsh Invitational XV   13–15   Sweden Sardis Road, Pontypridd [-/-/-]
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2010-08-01 Wales XV   15–13   Ireland XV Bridgend [-/-/-]
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2013-01-05 Wales XV   7–0[6]   Spain National Centre of Excellence, Cardiff [-/-/-]
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2014-07-20 Ireland XV   27–7   Wales Estuary Road, Malahide, Dublin, Ireland [-/-/-]
[-]
2016-01-24 Wales XV   15–5[7]   Ireland XV Ystrad Mynach [-/-/-]
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2016-10-29 Wales XV   15–0   Scotland XV Cardiff Arms Park [-/-/-]
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2016-11-11 Wales   43–5   British Army Women's XV Cardiff Arms Park [-/-/-]
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2017-01-14 Spain XV   0–39   Wales XV El Pantano, Villajoyosa [-/-/-]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Historic day for England Women's Rugby". rfu.com. 5 April 2012. Archived from the original on 9 July 2013. Retrieved 6 January 2013.
  2. ^ "Women's Rugby World Cup". RugbyFootballHistory.com. p. 1. Retrieved 6 January 2013.
  3. ^ [1][dead link]
  4. ^ "Wales Women Squad". Welsh Rugby Union | Wales & Regions.
  5. ^ Match abandoned after 40 minutes
  6. ^ "Latest News". Welsh Rugby Union | Wales & Regions.
  7. ^ [2][dead link]

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