2014 National Women's Rugby Sevens Championship

Final results here!
Final Pool ladder here!

FINAL PLACINGS

1st - QLD Red
2nd - NSW Blue
3rd - ACT
4th - WA
5th - National Indigenous
6th - Barbarians
7th - QLD White
8th - SA
9th - NSW White
10th - Australian Services
11th - Victoria
12th - Northern Territory

Thanks and congratulations to all competing teams


The National Women's Rugby Sevens Championship is a national residential Championship for female players from state/territory and affiliate representative teams, conducted annually by Australian Rugby Union.

 
The National Women's Rugby Sevens Championship is an important element of the Player Pathway at national, provincial, regional and affiliate level with the purpose to provide an effective platform for:

  • the identification and development of each state/territories talented Sevens players, coaches, managers, referees and other officials;
  • the recruitment and retention of players, coaches, referees, managers and other officials;
  • the benchmarking of talented Women's Sevens players;
  • assisting with the improvement of playing standards and development of the game in all participating states/territories and affiliates;
  • assisting with the selection of the National Women's Sevens squad.

National Women's Rugby Sevens Championship Manual page

 

Venue
Australian Institute of Sport, Leverrier Cres, Bruce ACT 2617

The Australian Institute of Sport is a world-class facility, ensuring Australia’s current and emerging high performance athletes have access to the right support at the right time in their pursuit of excellence. It has outstanding residential and sporting facilities, including many rugby ovals and state-of-the-art aquatic centre and gymnasium. See AIS site map.

Date
Friday 7 March 2014 – Sunday 9 March 2014
 
Arrival
All Teams Arrive Friday 7 March, for the Championship Official Welcome (6:30pm) in the STF Theatrette.
 
Departure
All teams Depart Sunday 9 March, post the Cup Presentation (approx 2:50pm)
 
Match Days
Saturday 8 March & Sunday 9 March
 
Championship Format
Player eligibility, Rules, Pools and Awards

Championship Invitations
Australian Rugby Union have offered invitations to State/Territory representative team/s and the Australian Services and National Indigenous teams to attend the National Women's Rugby Sevens Championship, including:
 
New South Wales
Queensland
Brumbies Rugby
Victoria
Western Australia
Northern Territory
South Australia
Australian Services
National Indigenous (Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Inc)
Barbarians

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