WOMEN & GIRLS RUGBY

Did you know?

  • More than 18,000 women and girls play rugby regularly in England
  • England Women won the Rugby World Cup in 2014 after beating Canada 21-9 in Paris, France. The victory followed a record-breaking seventh consecutive 6 Nations crown in 2012 as well as the Grand Slam. They also became the first team ever in 6 Nations history not to concede a try.

In the 2017/2018 season, the Devon ladies' representative squad will again be playing in the top division of the Gill Burns County Championships, and have pool fixtures drawn against Gloucestershire, Kent and Berkshire. 

FULL DETAILS ON DEVON WOMEN'S REPRESENTATIVE TEAM HERE

There are fifteen senior women's teams in Devon, with seven of these playing in the leagues and a further eight in development. 

DETAILS ON DEVON SENIOR CLUBS CAN BE FOUND HERE

This season Devon RFU has developed a women’s player development program, which includes a series of 10s competitions, a player development day with guest coaches and opportunities to apply for money and to provide feedback to Devon RFU,

DETAILS ON DEVON WOMEN’S PLAYER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CAN BE FOUND HERE

Devon recently held a women & girls' rugby forum on Monday, December 4, 2017 at Topsham RFC.

DETAILS ON DEVON WOMEN AND GIRLS' DEVELOPMENT FORUM CAN BE FOUND HERE

Devon also has representative girls' teams at under-18 and under-15 level. 

DETAILS ON DEVON GIRLS' U18 REPRESENTATIVE RUGBY CAN BE FOUND HERE

DETAILS ON DEVON GIRLS' U15 REPRESENTATIVE RUGBY CAN BE FOUND HERE

For more information on women's rugby in Devon, contact Katie Lunnon on 07719 033811 or emailkatielunnon@hotmail.com