There are sure to be dazzling performances from legends like 2014 World Cup winners Sarah Hunter and Katy Daly Mclean (who have over 200 caps between them), Vicky Fleetwood, Rachael Burford, Amber Reed and the confidence of the public, and of funding and governing bodies.
As a ‘World’ Rugby Museum it must meet the same standards as venerable national institutions such as the British Museum and the Natural History Museum.
Lydia Thompson. And rising stars include last season’s new caps and Tyrrells Premiership leading lights, Abby Dow, Zoe Harrison and Hannah Botterman.
First up it’s the USA, ranked five in the world, at Allianz Park on Friday 9 November kicking off at 7:45pm and live on Sky Sports Action.
Then England Women head north to take on fourth-placed Canada at Doncaster’s Castle Park on Sunday 18 November, kicking off at 2pm and live on Sky Sports and EnglandRugby.com. This will be Yorkshire’s first international match.