For rugby world admirers, 2022 was no doubt an incredible year. We had our first full calendar of international rugby in what felt like ages, and this season was a better's nightmare as any team could seemingly beat any other, so unpredictable were the results.
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France Rugby World Cup: Test rugby sides of 2022, how they shape up for RWC 2023
The All-Blacks’ ungracious decline and the inconsistency of the Springboks allowed France and Ireland to cement their spots at the pinnacle of world rugby, while other traditionally smaller nations put in some very encouraging performances and effected some major upsets. On the women's side, a wildly successful RWC 2021 the name of the postponed tournament was retained, hosted, and won by New Zealand's Black Ferns, setting a new benchmark for the sport, and will do wonders for the development of the women's game.
Next year sees the men building toward the Rugby World Cup 2023 in France, with some teams well settled and others with new management and/or major question marks hanging over