South Africa’s Aimee Barrett-Theron will take charge of her first Rugby World Cup semi-final as announced by World Rugby.
South Africa’s Aimee Barrett-Theron has been announced as part of the match officials for the Rugby World Cup quarter-final round this weekend.
Rugby Africa Women’s Advisory Committee member, Regina Lunyolo, believes the goodwill and support from World Rugby and Rugby Africa has enabled further development for the women’s game on the continent.
Springbok Women coach Stanley Raubenheimer impressed as Springbok Women score 12 unanswered tries to trounce Kenya by 66-0 in their first test Stellenbosch on Thursday #GoGirls
World Rugby’s reach across Africa grew further as Algeria and Burundi became full members of the international federation following approval at the World Rugby Council meeting. #GoGirls
World Rugby continues to show commitment to boost the women’s side of the sport after announcing a lucrative annual global 15s competition model supported by a dedicated Women in Rugby commercial programme.
Chairman says top women rugby players must be guaranteed the stage they deserve as World Rugby formally postpones the World Cup to 2022.
The global sports’ governing body for Rugby will propose that the Women’s Rugby World Cup, scheduled for September in New Zealand, is postponed until 2022.
Titans Women’s Rugby Academy proudly unveil five of their High-Performance Program players who successfully completed the World Rugby Level One Coaching Course.
On this final #WCW of 2020, we salute Women of Firsts who shattered barriers this year and encouraged us to reach higher!
World Rugby confirms the women’s edition of the Rugby World Cup will expand to 16 teams from 2025 onwards. The landmark decision reflects the commitment to accelerate development of the women’s game globally.
Springbok Women’s head coach, Stanley Raubenheimer, reacts to the 2021 Rugby World Cup draw as South Africa to face England, France and debutantes Fiji in challenging Pool C.