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The Women’s Rugby World Cup dream is over for Colombia

The dream is over for Colombia; Los Tucanes will not play in the 2022 Women’s Rugby World Cup. The Colombians were knocked out in the final qualifying match, losing to Scotland 59-3 today in Dubai.

Colombia played in the second of two matches this week. In the first game “Las Tucanes” won in Kazakhstan while Scotland was developed before meeting Colombia in today’s relegation match.

Colombia’s victory over Kazakhstan was one of the most heroic. N8 Maribel Mestra Diaz received a red card early in the match; thus, Las Tucanes played with 14 women. After Master Diaz was dismissed from World Rugby and forced to miss a meeting with Scotland.

It was a very big match between the two worlds. Scotland has played more than 500 matches, and today’s game is only the fourth for Colombia.

The result of the match means that Scotland joins Australia, Wales and the host of the New Zealand tournament in Pool A. Canada and the United States will take part in the tournament with twelve teams from America. They are both in Pool B, as are Italy and Japan. Pool C consists of England, Fiji, France and South Africa.

Colombia will already be watching the next one Women’s Rugby World Cup. It will be expanded from 12 to 16 participants and, unlike now, South America will receive a direct qualification.

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The Women’s Rugby World Cup dream is over for Colombia

The dream is over for Colombia; Los Tucanes will not play in the 2022 Women’s Rugby World Cup. The Colombians were knocked out in the final qualifying match, losing to Scotland 59-3 today in Dubai.

Colombia played in the second of two matches this week. In the first game “Las Tucanes” won in Kazakhstan while Scotland was developed before meeting Colombia in today’s relegation match.

Colombia’s victory over Kazakhstan was one of the most heroic. N8 Maribel Mestra Diaz received a red card early in the match; thus, Las Tucanes played with 14 women. After Master Diaz was dismissed from World Rugby and forced to miss a meeting with Scotland.

It was a very big match between the two worlds. Scotland has played more than 500 matches, and today’s game is only the fourth for Colombia.

The result of the match means that Scotland joins Australia, Wales and the host of the New Zealand tournament in Pool A. Canada and the United States will take part in the tournament with twelve teams from America. They are both in Pool B, as are Italy and Japan. Pool C consists of England, Fiji, France and South Africa.

Colombia will already be watching the next one Women’s Rugby World Cup. It will be expanded from 12 to 16 participants and, unlike now, South America will receive a direct qualification.

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