- England beat Canada 21-9 to win the women's Rugby World Cup on Sunday.
In a tight match, England led 11-3 at half-time of the final at Stade Jean Bouin, Paris thanks to two Emily Scarratt penalties and a try by Danielle Waterman, Magali Harvey kicking a penalty for Canada on the stroke of half-time.
Harvey kicked two more penalties in the second-half, England responding through Scarratt's boot and a converted try from the centre.
The victory ended England's run of three straight defeats in Rugby World Cup finals after losing out to New Zealand in 2002, 2006 and 2010.
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