Leading members of the Rugby Football Union are working closely with World Rugby to drive the development of the women’s game.
Category: Women & Girls
Ranked number two in the world, the Red Roses and their three Quilter Internationals will excite fans this November as the squad builds towards the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup.
We first met Kiera Paul Jones when she was one of the coaches nominated to take part in the Mitsubishi Volunteer Reward Recognition Programme in July 2017.
England Rugby has launched a Female Match Official Development Programme and to support this we have produced a video that’s designed to motivate a new generation of female referees. It’s called ‘Be The Best You’.
England referee Sara Cox (centre) took charge of the women’s final between New Zealand and France in San Francisco
As we all make preparations for the coming 2018/19 season, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the past year and to say a huge thank you for your contribution to this great game of ours over the past year.
On 27 May we held our first Female Match Official Development Day at Twickenham to promote the progress of female MOs and learn about the challenges they face and the support they need.
Hartlepool Rovers FC is the first English club to support our UGC (User Generated Content) project, and give us a taste of why it’s good fun to be a young female coach.
Listen to this informative interview with Clare Daniels about her work to find, evolve and develop rugby referees.
Last month (December), before she left England for an extended period in Australia, Dorking RugbyClub welcomed Kay Wilson, former Red Roses star winger, back to the Big Field in Brockham where she played rugby as a young girl.