There are a range of opportunities for Women to play Rugby Union in Queensland. Club competitions are run in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Cairns. Each year Queensland Rugby Union sends a Queensland side to the ARU National Championships.
Toowomba Bears are currently the only club that have a Women's 7's team. Training is at Heritage oval on Tuesday nights 6:30pm - 7:30pm and Development Sessions are conducted at Heritage oval on Friday Nights 6:00pm - 7:30pm.
For more information please contact Tom Bower 0409 902 116 or email email@example.com
Since the first Women's Rugby World Cup in 1991 the game has exploded in popularity worldwide with 110 countries and 200,000 females now playing the game. In October 2009 the biggest news to date for the game of Rugby Sevens was announced when it was included as an Olympic Sport for men and women in the Rio De Janeiro Games for 2016.
ARU and QRU want all sporting females to consider the opportunities that Rugby 7’s can provide with the sport now included as an Olympic sport and with the youth Olympics to be held next year, this could be your opportunity to represent your country at an Olympic games.
QRU Development Officers will conduct the trial with assistance from Australian National Players Selena Worsley and Emilee Cherry.
Could School Sports Coordinators please forward the attached registration form and national high performance player pathway information to all senior girls students. The competed registration information needs to accompany the participant at the trial.
If you have any questions or queries on Rugby 7’s or any other form of Rugby Union, please do not hesitate to contact Tom Bower or Lachlan Parkinson.