Women's Rugby


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There are a number of opportunities for Women to get involved with playing Rugby in NSW.

Junior Rugby is a game for all - Girls up to 12 years of age can play Junior Club Rugby and participate in mixed gender modified competitions. Teenage girls between the ages of 13 and 18, can participate in school-based Rugby competitions. If you are in this age group and wanting to play rugby, encourage your school to get involved with a competition. From 18 years, Women can play Club and Representative Rugby.

For more information check out Sydney Women’s Rugby Union (SWRU)
 

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