Wallaroos to test themselves against world’s best

Australia will take on England, Canada and New Zealand in the series in June, to be held across New Zealand. Last year the Wallaroos played a two-Test series against the Black Ferns, including a Bledisloe Cup double header in Auckland, where they went down 67-3  before a 21-9 defeat two days later, but took plenty of value in their first Test series since 2014. Captain Ash Hewson said that alone showed the need for the side to play more and said they were excited to have that chance, before heading to Ireland for August’s World Cup. “Seeing the improvement from the first Test match to the second Test match made things move a little bit quicker,” she said. “If we’re seeing that improvement in one week, we’re going to improve our chances of playing well at a World Cup." - Ash Hewson “Regardless of world rankings, these are the top three teams in the world and there’s no better preparation than going up against them.” England and Canada played off in the 2014 Women�
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