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Under the Posts – Week of Jan 29, 2017 – PART 1

There is so much Sydney 7s and Six Nations news this week, we thought we’d break the week into two and we’ll do part 1 today. As a reminder, we are doing weekly posts recapping the top women’s rugby news. Can’t wait a week? Join us on Twitter or on our Facebook page as we will be posting […]

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New Zealand claim top prize in Dubai

New Zealand claim top prize in Dubai

New Zealand beat Australia to win the first round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series 2016-17 in Dubai. Australia and New Zealand played out yet another thrilling final in Dubai as the Black Ferns Sevens claimed the first round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series 2016-17. In front of a packed house […]

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Dubai 7s | HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series 2016-17

Olympic gold medal winners and 2015-16 women’s series champions Australia will begin their HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series 2016-17 campaign against South Africa, following the announcement of the full match schedule for the Emirates Airline Dubai Sevens. Olympic silver medallists New Zealand, winners in Dubai in 2012 and 2014, begin their Dubai campaign against […]

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Olympic champions take Oceania Rugby honours

Australia take Oceania Rugby honours

Australia’s women are crowned Oceania Rugby Sevens champions, while others emerge with the rewards of an appearance on the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series next year. Olympic champions Australia have added the Oceania Rugby Sevens titles to their list of successes in 2016 on Saturday.   Australia’s women, were a class apart in the round-robin […]

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South Africa women win Rugby Africa sevens title

South Africa claim the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens Championship title in Zimbabwe after going through both days of competition unbeaten. Having opened up the competition on Saturday with convincing victories against hosts Zimbabwe, Senegal and Namibia, South Africa then overpowered Uganda and Kenya on Sunday to claim the Rugby Africa Women’s Sevens silverware for the […]

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