The main award of the tournament was lying in a box in the attic of the house of one of the employees of the Museum of British Rugby.
Details about finding the trophy were told by ex-English national team player Jill Burns: “After we won the cup, it was placed in a museum, then we went on tour with it.
And after a while we realized that we didn’t know where he was.
And just a few weeks ago, one of the museum administrators was cleaning the attic of her parents’ house and found a box with this cup among old papers and posters. “
That’s how the British women regained the trophy won at the 1994 World Cup.