2014 Women’s Premier League (WPL) Rugby Standings, Schedule & Results

2014 Women’s Premier League Rugby Welcome to another year of the Women’s Premier League! The conferences for 2014 have been set (they are dependent on the finish order at Nationals from last year). Note that Beantown has voluntarily stepped down and ORSU has taken their place. YSC Reporters Reporters will attend the home match of [...]

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Glendale Raptors vs San Diego Surfers | WPL Rugby

Raptors nearly flawless against Surfers | WPL Rugby Match Report & Video

Somewhere, and for a reason no one could quite explain on Saturday, Gedda Rodriguez-Howard transformed from quality role player to offensive juggernaut right before our eyes. During the Women’s Premier League season opener on the turf pitch at Infinity Park, she thrived under new coach Michael Fealey’s system and scored once and assisted on a [...]

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Amazons vs. Atlanta Harlequins | WPL Rugby Match Report & Video

As with any season opener this match came with great anticipation, both teams coming into the contest with something to prove.  Atlanta is in their second year of WPL play after finishing well at nationals last year, and the Amazons are defending their national title. It was a great day for rugby in Minnesota, sun shining and [...]

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WPL Rugby Preview of Matches – 9/13 & 9/14/14

The Women’s Premier League (WPL) kicks off tomorrow and will celebrate its sixth season. As in the past, the league is made up of the top eight women’s rugby teams in the United States. The league is split into two conferences, Red and Blue: BLUE RED Glendale Raptors Twin City Amazons Berkeley All Blues DC [...]

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National Collegiate Varsity Women’s Rugby Association

National Collegiate Varsity Women’s Rugby Association (NCVWRA) Formed

Great news from the current Varsity Women’s Rugby programs as they announce the formation of the National Collegiate Varsity Women’s Rugby Association. Read on for the official release! Eight NCAA member institutions currently committed to sponsor women’s rugby at the varsity level have joined together to form the National Collegiate Varsity Women’s Rugby Association. Athletic administrators from Army, [...]

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Israel Folau has played three professional codes over the past eight years. Firstly Rugby League, then Australian Rules Football, now Rugby Union. In sporting terms, he is a freak. He is in the prime of his physical life. At 193 cm and 103 kilograms, he is still only 25.  But how much has he relied on [...]

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Emil Signes | Rugby


from Atlantis Rugby: Emil Signes began coaching rugby over 40 years ago, beginning in August 1974, with the newly formed Bethlehem Hooligans RFC. In that period he has coached club, college and high school rugby, men and women, boys and girls, 15s and 7s. He has coached at the LAU (local area union), territorial, and [...]

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