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Steinberg on women's rugby's exciting future
Friday September 21st 2018
We talk to former USA Women's Eagles head coach Pete Steinberg about the future of the game, the development of rugby in America...
Zimbabwe: ambition and massive potential
Friday September 07th 2018
The recent appearance of international XVs rugby in southern Africa on the calendar has been one of the most positive...
International players fear for future of fifteens
Tuesday August 28th 2018
A worldwide survey of international players reveals the pressure faced by elite players, and concerns for the future of the game.
Autumn tests: 5 things we've learned
The busiest ever Autumn international programme is over. Some 21 national teams played 29 games, including 24 tests - half...
The All-Round World Championship
For the third time in the game’s history we have had two World Cups – 15s and 7s – in the space of a year. What do the...
How the USA taught New Zealand to play
Three years ago we celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Wyverns - an American team that revolutionised women's rugby in...
Kish hails "unreal" World Cup format
We caught up with retired Canada captain Jen Kish on life after rugby and look ahead to the World Cup 7s this weekend.
Appeal to rugby internationals
(Ex-)International Women’s Rugby Players – Can YOU help contribute to the History of Women in Rugby Union PhD.
India ready for their test debut
Next month India will become women’s rugby’s 65th test playing nation. We spoke to Nasser Hussain from the Indian Rugby...
Sevens launches in Kosovo
Mark Barrett reports on how women's rugby is developing a foothold in Europe's newest country - Kosovo.
Get the facts right!
The rapid rise in media interest in women’s rugby is bringing into the open the lack of records and statistics on the game...