# wrwc 2017

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Wilson crosses four times as powerful England lay down an early marker
Set-piece, structure and incessant work-rate critical for Ireland in home World Cup opener
'We're hissing to get out there and have a crack': Black Ferns ready to end 2014 hurt
Leading the charge for women in sport: How important this World Cup is
Talking over as Ireland Women prepare to take hold of jersey and Australia
'The pressure is on them. We're the underdogs': Australia out to gatecrash Ireland's party
Tierney's Ireland fully locked, loaded and ready to take on the world
Quiz: Name the sport/team this player represented before turning to rugby
'No one thought we would beat New Zealand three years ago - anything can happen'
How one Irish woman helped turn rugby into a sport for both sexes
'I think you've got to answer yes. It's a home World Cup, a once in a lifetime thing'
Excitement builds as Ireland prepares to host the biggest-ever World Cup party
'If I can get girls to live the dream that I'm living, then that's pretty cool'
How a lack of English camogie clubs led Fiona Steed to play in 3 Rugby World Cups
Ireland Women striving to make sporting role models a not-so-rare commodity for girls
Calm, cool, ruthless, ballistic: 3 years on from Ireland's momentous win over the Black Ferns
'She was so far ahead. She had the cheeky chappy attitude of a scrum-half, and the skills to back it up'
7 into 15s will go: High performance plan behind Ireland Women can bear its fruit at World Cup
Youthful, confident and dangerous, Japan are out to make their mark at World Cup
Sophie Spence eagerly, nervelessly embracing countdown to World Cup
With Briggs injury setback, Ireland turn to Molloy as Women's Rugby World Cup captain
Australia gunning to 'knock off' Ireland in World Cup opener
'They’re the wonder women of our culture': The haka and the second wind it gives the Black Ferns
Injured Ireland skipper Briggs vows to return for Six Nations
Briggs injury increases onus on playmakers and robs Ireland of priceless weapon
5 players to a room and buying their own tracksuits: Ireland's first World Cup experience
More camps, variation and the 200 kilo club: Prepping Ireland for the Women's Rugby World Cup
'There's a limited amount of time you can do this for, so we put in the effort'
Two weeks to go: A quick guide to how the Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland will work
'It focuses the mind, there’s no easy lead-in': Ireland relishing defining World Cup opener against Australia
'We have to embrace and cherish that pressure': Briggs relishing home WRWC
Adaptability key for Tierney in selecting the best women for the job
Injury returnees and one uncapped player in Ireland squad for home World Cup
'It will be absolutely huge for sport here' - The legacy of the Women's Rugby World Cup
World Rugby has tidied up the 'tackle-only' law that caused England so much trouble against Italy
One for the collection! Ireland captain Briggs immortalised with Rugby World Cup stamp
Time is everything as Ireland's World Cup countdown gathers pace
From 'girls not allowed' play to international star, with Croke Park glory over Ireland teammate in between
'You go from really excited to be leading a World Cup at home to not knowing if you’ll play again'
Good news for Virgin customers as Ireland's Rugby World Cup games will also be on RTÉ