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City Hall, London, England - Tuesday 17th August 2010: Fiona Coglen, captain of Ireland (L) and Catherine Spencer, captain of England (R) hold the world cup at the official launch of the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup. The IRB Women's Rugby World Cup 2010 is being held at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, Surrey for the group stages, with the semi final and final being held at The Twickenham Stoop, home of Harlequins. Teams competing are Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Wales, England, Ireland, Kazakhstan, USA, Canada, France, Scotland and Sweden. The opening match is between Canada and Scotland on August 20. England's first game is against Ireland on the 20th August. England start as leading contenders for the championship, having won the Women's Six Nations earlier in 2010, and having beaten New Zealand the current world champions for the first time in eight years. Picture by Andrew Tobin/Focus Images.g
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2010-08-16 to 2010-08-19 Women's Rugby World Cup Preparations
City Hall, London, England - Tuesday 17th August 2010: Fiona Coglen, captain of Ireland (L) and Catherine Spencer, captain of England (R) hold the world cup at the official launch of the IRB Women's Rugby World Cup. The IRB Women's Rugby World Cup 2010 is being held at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford, Surrey for the group stages, with the semi final and final being held at The Twickenham Stoop, home of Harlequins. Teams competing are Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Wales, England, Ireland, Kazakhstan, USA, Canada, France, Scotland and Sweden. The opening match is between Canada and Scotland on August 20. England's first game is against Ireland on the 20th August. England start as leading contenders for the championship, having won the Women's Six Nations earlier in 2010, and having beaten New Zealand the current world champions for the first time in eight years. Picture by Andrew Tobin/Focus Images.g