Women’s Rugby: NSW Duo Ready To Take On the World Again

NSWRU Media Release - Sydney women’s captain Tui Ormsby is set to compete in a remarkable fourth World Cup campaign after being named in the Wallaroos training squad for next years' tournament in August in France. The most experienced Wallaroo in history, Ormsby made her debut against USA in 1997 and has already competed at the 1998, 2002 and 2010 World Cups and was also selected for the 2006 tournament but had to withdraw due to her commitments with the NSW Police Force. Not far behind is Orange Emus’ flanker Rebecca Smyth who has her eyes fixed on her third tournament after featuring in the 2006 and 2010 World Cup squads before retiring to start a family. Returning to rugby this year following the birth of her two children, Smyth was voted the NSW Cou
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