Premier Rugby Sevens to Bring Innovation and Equal Pay to North America’s Newest Sports League

PR Sevens

Today’s Announcement includes Commitments from Olympic-bound Players from U.S. Women’s & Men’s National Teams (NEW YORK, May 19, 2021) North America has a groundbreaking new sports league. Scheduled to debut in the fall of 2021, Premier Rugby Sevens (PR7s) will showcase North America’s top male and female athletes through the highly entertaining sport of rugby … Read more

Under the Posts – Women’s Rugby News for May 3-9

South Africa Solidarity Camp

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news for May 3-9! We begin with an eye towards the Olympics as Great Britain, France, Ireland, USA, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Kenya, Madagascar, Tunisia, Uganda, Zimbabwe and South Africa have held or will be holding events to continue preparing for the Repechage  or the Games. We also continue … Read more

Under the Posts – Women’s Rugby News for Apr 26-May 2

The fallout of former head coach John Tait in Canada continues

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news for April 26-May 2! We’re starting with the open letter that Scrum Queens penned about the vacancy on the powerful World Rugby Executive Committee. World Rugby has the opportunity to choose one of two highly qualified female candidates and they could go even further by choosing one that … Read more

Under the Posts – Women’s Rugby News for Mar 29 – Apr 4

Canada wins first weekend of Emirates Invitational 7s Tournament

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news for Mar 29-Apr 4! We start with Canada winning the opening weekend of the Emirates Invitational 7s, while England and France ran riot over Scotland and Wales in the first matches of the postponed Six Nations. In more XVs news, Scrum Queens reports that New Zealand has proposed … Read more