Zambia women's national rugby union team

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Zambia
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UnionZambia Rugby Union
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First colours
World Rugby ranking
Current27 (as of 23 November 2020)
First international
Zimbabwe  Flag of Zimbabwe.svg 0-28 Flag of Zambia.svg  Zambia (2007)
Biggest win
Zimbabwe  Flag of Zimbabwe.svg 0-28 Flag of Zambia.svg  Zambia (2007)
Biggest defeat
No games lost

The Zambia women's national rugby union team are a national sporting side of Zambia, representing them at rugby union. The side first played in 2007.

Contents

History

Results summary

(Full internationals only)

Rugby: Zambia internationals 2007-
OpponentFirst gamePlayedWonDrawnLostPercentage
Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe 20071100100.00%
Summary 2007-1100100.00%

Results

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

Full internationals

[642]
2007-09-22 Zimbabwe  Flag of Zimbabwe.svg0-28 Flag of Zambia.svg  Zambia Harare [1/1/1]
[1263]
2018-07-11 Zambia  Flag of Zambia.svg19–18 Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe Mufulira [2/3/2]
[1264]
2018-07-15 Zambia  Flag of Zambia.svg7–3 Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe Mufulira [3/4/3]
[1330]
2019-07-13 Zimbabwe  Flag of Zimbabwe.svg18–19 [1] Flag of Zambia.svg  Zambia Harare Sports Club [5/4/4]
[]
2019-09-14 Zambia  Flag of Zambia.svg21–15 [2] Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe Dean Arena, Lusaka[]

Other matches

[-]
2017-06-03 Zimbabwe Sables  Flag of Zimbabwe.svg39–0 Flag of Zambia.svg  Zambia XV Police Ground, Harare [-/-/-]

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References

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  2. "Last minute Zambian Victoria Cup win". Scrum Queens. Retrieved 11 February 2020.