We’re celebrating our 13th year this month. An auspicious number but perhaps perfect as it’s one of our favorite positions at outside center. Sometimes referred to as a second flyhalf, this player can assist but also shutdown an attacking opposite with ease!
Lots happened in women’s rugby news, the highlights include the final round of the Six Nations with England reclaiming the Grand Slam trophy, Super W finals, and USA Rugby had two major announcements, first a match against the Barbarians in April and second the return of the Super Series in June. As always, there’s more to catch up on, so keep going!
- Round Five – Six Nations
- England takes the title back
- Italy places second for the first time ever
- Ireland’s woe continue with several current and former players speaking out
- The Springboks held a training camp with 40 athletes over the weekend in preparation of to be announced fixtures
- Fiji’s Development Manager Vela Naucukidi received one of the World Rugby Scholarships
- 2019 Sorenson Award Nominees named and you can vote as a fan!
- New Zealand announces that they are looking at alternating their leg of the HSBC Sevens Series between Hamilton and Fiji.
- USA Rugby announces groundbreaking match against Barbarians
- USA Rugby is hosting the Super Series featuring the world’s top five ranked women’s teas in a round-robin tournament in San Diego, June 28 to July 14
- Pools and schedules confirmed for World Rugby Qualifiers and Hong Kong Sevens
- Alison Miller announces her retirement from international rugby