Women's Rugby


About the Pathway

NSW Rugby Union offers the girls an opportunity to take their rugby career and passion further with the NSW Women’s Blue Pathway to Gold program, which gives young girls a guideline on how to reach the top.


Rugby 7s

Rugby 15s 

Talent Development Pathway- 15s & 7s

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information about women's rugby in NSW check out Sydney Women's Rugby (Metro) and NSW Country Rugby (Country). 

 

 

Following the success of the Australian Youth Olympics 7s, winning Gold against Canada in the finals, many young girls have aspired to become the next Rugby Olympic champion and take out gold. Below is some testimonials from current Wallaroos and Australian 7s players, and how they got involved and the support they received from the NSWRU as well as their fun and experiences. To watch the highlights of the Olympic Finals, click here


Chloe Butler – Wallaroos and Parramatta Two Blues Women’s
“Rugby Union has provide me an amazing opporutnity to play in a 15s Rugby World Cup, but also provided me a chance to develop new friendships at my club team. I only started playing rugby after a career in Atheltics, and Rugby is very now very much part of my life. With so many opporutnities for young girls to play Rugby now, the strength of  Womens Rugby in NSW will only get stronger and see many stars of the future playing at future World Cups”


Emilee Cherry – Australian 7s & 2013/14 IRB Women's Sevens World Series Player of the Year
“Rugby 7s has changed my life! After joining the sport after having played many sports growing up, I have travelled the world with the Australian Women’s 7s team and been fortunate to make so many friends and most importantly enjoy every moment being invovled in Rugby 7s. The fast paced action of 7s Rugby is most exciting thing for me however win, lose or draw the fun I have with my teammates on and off the field is the most rewarding”