A scintillating first day of action at Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 in San Francisco saw hosts USA progress to the women’s semi-finals in fine style much to the delight of a highly engaged home crowd of over 25,000 who created an electric atmosphere in the iconic AT&T Park. USA will face reigning champions New
England Women Sevens ended day one of the Rugby World Cup Sevens in San Francisco with a 59-0 victory over Mexico and will face China in the Challenge semi-final at 6.14pm (BST) on Saturday 21 July. Earlier on the opening day of the tournament England were defeated 14-19 by Ireland which meant that they were
Sixteen women’s and 24 men’s captains lined up side-by-side today in front of San Francisco’s iconic Bay Bridge ahead of the highly anticipated Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018. Over 95,000 fans are expected to attend across three days of high octane rugby sevens action at AT&T Park, which this week has been transformed from it’s
England Women U20 head coach Jo Yapp has announced a 26-player squad to travel to Canada in August. England Women U20 will face Canada Women U20 twice and USA Women U20 once during the three-match series. The three games will be available live online via www.rugby.ca. Of the 26 players selected, there are three new
World Rugby has announced the schedule for the women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2019. Rugby sevens continues to engage global audiences and break new ground. The men’s and women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2018 saw record-breaking fan engagement figures with more than 120 million video views, a 60 per cent increase on 2017.
England Women Sevens were beaten 7-39 by Ireland in the bronze final at Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens Grand Prix Series in Marcoussis, France to finish fourth overall. Earlier in the day England beat Wales 26-14 in the quarter-final but lost to Russia 14-36 in the semi-final. In the pool stages on day one, England beat
James Bailey has named his 12-player squad for the opening round of the 2018 Rugby Europe Women’s Sevens Grand Prix Series in Marcoussis, France on 29-30 June. The tournament, which will be live streamed on RugbyEurope.tv, is the first of two competitions that make up the European series, culminating in Kazan, Russia in September. Natasha
With pre-season well underway ahead of the second Tyrrell’s Premier 15s season, Richmond women are delighted to confirm a new-look coaching setup, with Jonathan Griffin signing on as head coach, and being joined by five key members. After finishing strongly in their first Premier 15s season, Richmond will be hoping to compete at the upper
Women’s Rugby World Cup 2021 has attracted a record level of hosting interest after six unions formally confirmed an expression of interest to World Rugby by the 31 May deadline. Australia, England, France, New Zealand, Portugal and Wales all confirmed their intention to tender having reviewed World Rugby’s bid guide issued last month. The record
The HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2018 Awards in Paris brought a fitting end to an enthralling season which saw South Africa and Australia crowned men’s and women’s series champions respectively. It has been one of the most competitive seasons on record as both the women’s and men’s series were decided by just two-point differences.