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New Zealand committed to hosting women’s World Cup in 2022

By Reuters
03 March 2021   |   2:01 pm
This year's women's Rugby World Cup in New Zealand is set to be pushed back until next year after the sport's global governing body said it was difficult to host the event as planned due to uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

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