Who will win the Rugby World Cup in 2023? by The TRU Team Friday 29 January 2021. The countdown is on ahead of the next Rugby World Cup, with just two years to go until the tournament heads to France for its tenth edition. The event will also mark 200 years since the game’s traditional establishment. And although the story of the sport’s ...
Gary Gold’s side beat Canada 38-16 on Saturday evening to win the Rugby Americas North (RAN) 1 series 59-50 on aggregate. Andros becomes Rugby World Cup France 2023 Official Supplier. Andros' commitment to Rugby World Cup France 2023 is the culmination of a strong relationship forged over the last 50 years between the French family-run business and both community and elite rugby through the clubs and competitions it supports.
Samoa seal Rugby World Cup 2023 qualification with play-off win over Tonga Manu Samoa will take their place in Pool D at France 2023 having secured a 79-28 aggregate win against Tonga in Hamilton on Saturday.
Next, their goal will be to target a first-ever third-place pool finish at Rugby World Cup 2023 and the prize of automatic qualification for the following tournament. Never before have Uruguay won more than one game at a tournament and their task won’t be easy in Pool A with New Zealand, France, Italy and the Africa Cup 2022 winners for company.
That’s the verdict of USA captain Bryce Campbell as his team prepare to take on Uruguay in the second leg of the play-off for the Americas 1 spot at Rugby World Cup 2023. USA won 19-16 when the sides met in Glendale last weekend but Campbell, who lines up at outside centre, says the three-point advantage counts for nothing in Montevideo this Saturday.
There are two mouth-watering clashes on Saturday 9 October as Uruguay take on USA and Chile play Canada in the second leg of their Rugby World Cup qualifiers. Uruguay and USA are battling it out to secure the Americas One slot at the 2023 World Cup in France, and it’s the Eagles who hold a narrow advantage going into this weekend’s match in Montevideo having won the first leg in Colorado 19-16.
Rugby World Cup 2023 is to be the first Men’s Rugby World Cup without Canada. The North Americans competed at every RWC from 1987-2019. They missed out on the opportunity of qualifying for RWC 2023 after losing on aggregate to the USA in the North American finals and subsequently losing to Chile in the North American vs South American runners-up series.
On November 15th the announcement will be made as to who will host the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Ireland, France and South Africa will each be looking for at least 20 out of the 39 votes available to win.
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