Women’s World Cup rugby trophy found after 15 years

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The Women’s Rugby World Cup trophy has been found.

The trophy had been lost for 15 years.

The trophy was won by England in 1994. Following that it went on tour, roadshows and was even displayed in a museum, before going missing and was presumed lost.

Now, a former admin worker from England rugby was clearing out her parents loft and found some old notebooks, posters and the World Cup trophy.

The trophy was from the first ever women’s Rugby World Cup – won by America in 1991 and then England in 1994.

The next Rugby World Cup is due to take place in 2022 in New Zealand.

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