Under the Posts – Feb 10-16

This week our women’s rugby news is focused on round two of the Six Nations, HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens and the Tokyo 2020 Qualifiers. Read on to see what else we’re covering this week!

  • England’s new Sports Minister calls for more women’s sport on television
  • Nigeria is moving closer to competing internationally again
  • A feature on Liz Strohecker, USA Rugby 7s Manager
  • Scrum Queens starts a dialogue on the confusing Tokyo 2020 Olympics Qualification process
  • Pools and schedules announced for HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens on April 20-21
  • Round 2 Six Nations results and social media impact
  • Shannon Parry discusses professional rugby and impacts on career and livelihoods
  • Nolli Waterman feels strongly that kicking in women’s rugby need work
  • USA Rugby announces their Road to the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021
  • Linebreak Rugby provides an AMAZING break down of Jess Breach and England’s attack
  • Another fantastic analysis on Ireland’s Anna Caplice and Leah Lyons  and their impact by 42.ie
  • Elena Meyers Taylor appointed Women’s Sports Foundation President
  • Australia’s Super W broadcast is expanding 
  • Premiership Rugby Scholarship winners announced
  • Las Vegas 7s will move locations in 2020
  • One #rugbyjobs advert:
    • USA Rugby is looking for a Commercial Account Manager, Senior Marketing Manager and a Creative Manager

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