Scotland Announces Pro Contracts for Women’s Team

Scottish Rugby makes big statement as it announces ambitious four-year plan to change the face of women’s rugby in Scotland, including the introduction of pro contracts and a pathway to ensure long terms growth and sustainability. Photo: Scottish Rugby (website)

Scottish Rugby makes big statement as it announces ambitious four-year plan to change the face of women’s rugby in Scotland, including the introduction of pro contracts and a pathway to ensure long terms growth and sustainability. #gsportGlobal

Myners – ‘Good Start but Work Ahead for Boks’

Assistant coach Eddie Myners has reflected on the Springboks’ opening match in the Women’s Rugby World Cup Qualifiers and has emphasised that the team has a few aspects to work on with their next match against Madagascar on Tuesday

Spirited Boks Secure Win in France

The SA Women Springboks secured their first win of the 2014 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup, edging Samoa 25-24 to contest for the tournament’s ninth position in France on Sunday

Jordaan Calls on Boks to Dig Deep

After three tough losses, Springbok Women’s captain Zenay Jordaan calls on her team to dig deep in their two final Women’s Rugby World Cup clashes to improve on their 10th-place 2010 finish

Sephaka Welcomes WRWC Schedules from IRB

Springbok Women’s coach Lawrence Sephaka welcomes the IRB’s release of the match schedule for the 2014 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup campaign starting 1 August, which sees SA take on Australia, France and Wales in their group matches

1st Woman Referee in Men’s Game

The International Rugby Board has named the ACT’s Sarah Corrigan on its panel of 14 match officials for the upcoming Under 19 World Championship to be held in Belfast in […]