Women’s Sevens Series to stream live from Canada this weekend
All the action from round four of the World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series will be live streamed this weekend from Langford, British Columbia in Canada (GMT -8).Matches will be streamed live on worldrugby.org from Saturday when France take on China in the first clash of the day. The coverage will be geo-blocked in New Zealand where Sky Sport NZ will broadcast matches, and in the UK and Ireland where Sky Sports UK will show footage from the event in Canada. Viewers are advised to check with their local broadcasters for more details.
Last year’s champions New Zealand come into round four having won all previous rounds in Dubai, Brazil and USA. They are drawn in Pool A this weekend alongside Fiji, Spain and Simon Middleton’s England, who will be looking to improve on their performance at the last round in Atlanta.
Australia, who finished outside the top four in Atlanta, will be hoping to get back to winning ways at Westhills Stadium when they face France, who continue to occupy fourth place in the standings, along with Brazil and China in Pool B.
Hosts Canada currently sit in second place in the standings after an impressive performance in the last round. They open their campaign this Saturday against Russia, before taking on the other Pool C contenders, South Africa and neighbours USA.
With qualification for the Olympic Games in Rio 2016 on offer for the top four teams at the end of the series, competition for places is becoming more intense. Check out the current series standings here.
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Tickets for the fourth round of the series at Westhills Stadium, Langford, British Columbia in Canada are on sale now and can be purchased here.