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Everyone who plays women’s rugby wants you to know they play women’s rugby. I mean, who wouldn’t? It’s a great sport, and we are here for it! We have racked our brains and put together a few products below that would make perfect gifts for the rugby player in your life. We pride ourselves on making clothing and accessories for women’s rugby players, by women’s rugby players. Take a look at the below and let us know what you think.READ MORE
Rugby can be a touch confusing at the best of times. Learn something new about women’s rugby with our ten women’s rugby facts! 1. Emily Valentine was the first ever recorded female to play rugby. She was 10 years old at the time and stepped in to help her brothers when their team were a man down. She played on the wing and managed to score a try in the match.READ MORE
We wanted to give you the ultimate lowdown on some past and present women’s England Rugby players. Take a look at our who’s who guide to some key household names within the England Rugby women’s set up. Rocky Clark MBE. It’s only right to kick things off with England’s most capped rugby player – Rocky Clark.READ MORE
Are you thinking of trying out women’s rugby for the first time and aren’t quite sure where to start with kit? Then let us help you out. Like most sports, you’ll need a few essentials to get started. We have put together a rough guide of the core items that you may need when attending your training session. Why not send this checklist to new...READ MORE
What are the Women’s Six Nations? The Women’s Six Nations is an international rugby union competition which takes place each year. Typically, the competition runs alongside the men’s tournament but for the first time in the competition’s history, the tournament took place in a stand-alone window this year. When is the Women’s Six...READ MORE
We sat down with Jess Bunyard, Head Coach of Women and Girls at Huddersfield RUFC to find out exactly what makes a good rugby player. Jess has plenty of knowledge of the game: alongside her coaching role, she also edits Women’s Rugby Coaching, a magazine specifically created for coaches in the women’s game.READ MORE
In women’s rugby, there is a position on the field for everyone. Each position requires a different skill set and often a different physical build. In total there are fifteen different positions in women’s rugby, split into two groups known as forwards and backs. Each position is marked with a number, but other common names are used...READ MORE
Stuck for something to do this summer? Why not look at playing rugby sevens? There’s still time to enter into a tournament, or head down as a spectator to watch some live rugby. What is sevens? Rugby sevens is a version of rugby union which differs from the standard fifteens game. Teams are made up of seven players, who play seven-minute halves.READ MORE
Information about women’s rugby is often not easy to find – that’s why we’ve put together a handy guide about the next women’s Rugby World Cup. Take a look at the information below, and if you have anything that you want us to answer, or something you...READ MORE
8000 people were through the gates at Eden Park on Saturday, making it the largest audience on record in Aotearoa for a women’s rugby game. Countless more tuned in via Sky Sport and around the globe to witness the Super Rugby Exhibition match between the Blues and the Chiefs. But it’s what happened after, that is much more...READ MORE
It's finally live: we are super excited to announce our partnership with FEEPO! What is FEEPO we hear you ask? Well, we are about to let you in on something big here… FEEPO is the new home of women’s rugby fitness, created by England and Harlequins rugby player Fiona Pocock. Here at Ruggette RFC, we are all about solving problems for female rugby...READ MORE
Get to know some of our favourite players as they spill the tea on how they got to where they are in their career, hopes for the future of rugby, and pre-game rituals.