The Springbok Women’s Sevens are taking confidence after their positive showing at the Dubai Sevens tournament, looking towards the future with confidence after picking up their first SVNS Series win against Spain on Sunday
England’s Red Roses taking to claim to the inaugural WXV 1 title in New Zealand last weekend was built on solid wins over Australia before righting the scales with a resounding win over Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 champs the Black Ferns
Players representing the 12 nations competing in WXV 2 and WXV 3 gathered in Cape Town and Dubai ahead of the start of World Rugby’s new annual global women’s 15s competition.
Former national vice-captain Christel Kotze is on a mission to put Namibia on the women’s rugby map after her announcement as the first female coach of the country’s 15s and 7s teams
Prolific New Zealand sports photographer, Alisha Lovrich, shares her inspiring journey and key insights into how she has risen up to become one of the best in the business.
SPAR Proteas Coach Elize Kotze says that her team has analysed videos of their first match against the Australian Diamonds in the Quad Series, and believe that defence will be key in making progress against the world’s best.
The Black Ferns last night laid the best platform from which to confirm their reputation as the world’s most successful women’s rugby team, after they convincingly beat France 40-10 to […]
The 2006 Women’s Rugby World Cup is fast approaching its conclusion, with tonight’s semi-finals featuring the battle between host nation Canada and mighty England, while defending champions New Zealand’s Black […]
With 10 days to go to the start of the third IRB-sanctioned Women’s Rugby World Cup, South African coach David Dobela is quietly confident that his team will be able […]