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The 2004 Women's Churchill Cup was the second edition of the women's "Churchill Cup" and the first tournament to be played across two venues, in Calgary and Edmonton. Four countries took part again - New Zealand joining England, the United States, and Canada.
|Dates||8 June 2004–|
19 June 2004
|No. of nations||4|
For the first time the group stages were dropped and the tournament became a straight knock-out with semi-finals at the Calgary Rugby Park and the finals at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton. New Zealand won the tournament after defeating England 38–0 in the final.
- "Rugby: Black Ferns win Churchill Cup". NZ Herald. 2004-06-20. Retrieved 2022-05-07.