Women’s Rugby in 60 secs – Jul 4-10

In the first round of the Oceania Championships, Fiji put up an astonishing score of 152-0 over Papua New Guinea

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news in under 60 seconds for Jul 4-10. Wales announced that they have awarded 17 new full-time contracts which brings them to 29 full-time and 2 part-time players. The opening round of the Oceania Championships saw lots of points with Fiji defeating Papua New Guinea 152-0 while Samoa defeated … Read more

Women’s Rugby in 60 secs – Jun 13-19

Black Ferns won the 2022 Pacific Fours Tournament

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news in under 60 seconds for Jun 13-19. The Black Ferns have won the Pacific Fours tournament and Scotland announced they will offer full-time professional contracts following the World Cup as part of their newly revealed 2022-26 Women & Girls’ Strategy. In more XVs news, Zimbabwe and South Africa … Read more

Women’s Rugby in 60 secs – May 23-Jun 5

Stade Toulousain won France's Elite 1

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news in under 60 seconds for May 23-Jun 5. We were out on vacation last week so we’re doubling up your news! Canada and New Zealand recorded wins in the Pacific Four Series, Finland defeated Switzerland in the Europe Trophy while Saracens won Allianz Premier and Stade Toulousain won … Read more

Women’s Rugby in 60 secs – May 16-22

Black Ferns won 2022 Toulouse 7s

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news in under 60 seconds for May 16-22. The Black Ferns took home the last HSBC 7s Series title at Toulouse 7s while NOVA and Providence won USA’s Club National Division 1 and Division 2 Championships. In more XVs news, Exeter and Saracens will face off for the Allianz … Read more

Women’s Rugby in 60 secs – Apr 11-17

Glenn Moore Resigns from the Black Ferns

Welcome to the top women’s rugby news in under 60 seconds for Apr 11-17. Monday morning saw the release of the Black Ferns Cultural Environmental review. Most of us were shocked when head coach Glenn Moore remained because the report pointed to an utter failure of leadership among other key points. By Saturday Moore had … Read more