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Sevens boosted by Cherry and Pelite re-signing

Sevens boosted by Cherry and Pelite re-signing

The Australian Women's Sevens team have received a major boost ahead of an Olympic qualifying year with Emilee Cherry and Evania Pelite re-signing 31 Aug 2018
Queensland taste first blood...

Queensland taste first blood...

University of Queensland have won the opening round of the Aon University Sevens Series, defeating Macquarie University in the Final 19-5. 26 Aug 2018
Pic special: Black Ferns smash the Wallaroos

Pic special: Black Ferns smash the Wallaroos

The Black Ferns overpowered the Wallaroos in the second instalment of the Trans-Tasman series, with Australia being defeated today by reigning World Champions New Zealand 17-45. 25 Aug 2018
From Bobsled to Rugby 7s

From Bobsled to Rugby 7s

Bobsled and Rugby Sevens aren't two sports you'd generally think athletes wouldn't cross between but former Dutch international Jannicke Ijdens did exactly that. 23 Aug 2018
Rugby AU hit back at Kiwi criticism

Rugby AU hit back at Kiwi criticism

Rugby Australia has hit back after they came under fire for not allowing the Wallaroos and Black Ferns to warm up on the field at ANZ Stadium ahead of the last Saturday's match. 23 Aug 2018
Ferns Wary of Wallaroos

Ferns Wary of Wallaroos

The Australian Wallaroos and New Zealand Black Ferns will restore hostilities across the Tasman this weekend at Eden Park, after the Black Ferns clinically disposed of the Wallaroos 33-11 at ANZ stadium on Saturday evening. 23 Aug 2018
Riordan on track to feature in Auckland

Riordan on track to feature in Auckland

After a freak accident, three days out from the Wallaroos match against New Zealand in Sydney, vice-captain Sarah Riordan is in with a chance to make a Test return. 20 Aug 2018
Black Ferns continue dominance over Wallaroos in historic test

Black Ferns continue dominance over Wallaroos in historic test

The New Zealand Black Ferns have kept their winning run against Australia intact after beating them at ANZ stadium 31-11. 19 Aug 2018
Wallaroos confident in defeating New Zealand

Wallaroos confident in defeating New Zealand

Wallaroos veteran lock Rebecca Clough is confident they can get the job done against New Zealand on Saturday. 16 Aug 2018
Wallaroos in camp ahead of historic game

Wallaroos in camp ahead of historic game

A Wallaroos are in the midst of a six-day training camp in Canberra ahead of the historic Bledisloe Cup double-header on Saturday against the New Zealand Black Ferns. 13 Aug 2018
Rugby Australia aiming to break world record

Rugby Australia aiming to break world record

Rugby Australia CEO Raelene Castle is hoping that Australia could break the Women's rugby crowd record if the World Cup comes to Newcastle in 2021. 9 Aug 2018
Newcastle's World Cup bid

Newcastle's World Cup bid

Rugby Australia today announced Newcastle and the Hunter Valley as the tournament location for its 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup bid.  8 Aug 2018
Australian Government throws support behind Rugby WC bid

Australian Government throws support behind Rugby WC bid

The Australian Government has thrown its support behind the 2021 Women’s Rugby World Cup. 7 Aug 2018
Wallaroos name squad to take on Black Ferns

Wallaroos name squad to take on Black Ferns

The Wallaroos will have 13 uncapped players when they take on the Black Ferns in a historic game in Sydney next month. 25 Jul 2018
Women's sport the focus in NSW Government announcement

Women's sport the focus in NSW Government announcement

The NSW Government today announced plans to bid for 10 World Cups in the next 10 years with women's sport being the focus. 23 Jul 2018
Pic Special: Rugby World Cup Sevens

Pic Special: Rugby World Cup Sevens

The third Rugby World Cup Sevens came to a close for the women as New Zealand claimed back to back World Cup victories while Australia claimed the bronze medal. 23 Jul 2018