BBC Sport - Women's Rugby: England's two World Cup wins, 20 years apart
Two World Cup wins, 20 years apart
- From the section Rugby Union
Members of England's two Women's Rugby World Cup winning sides give their take on becoming world champions in two very different eras and discuss their hopes for the future of the sport.
When Nicky Ponsford and Giselle Mather won the 1994 Women's Rugby World Cup they had to sell raffle tickets to fund their campaign and did no media interviews after becoming world champions.
Emily Scarratt and Sarah Hunter, two of England's 2014 World Cup winning side, say access to top-rate facilities and the support the current crop of England players received "made a huge difference" in their efforts to become the top team in the women's game.
Sara Orchard reports.