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:
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.
Friday 7 March 2014 – Sunday 9 March 2014
All Teams Arrive Friday 7 March, for the Championship Official Welcome (6:30pm) in the STF Theatrette.
All teams Depart Sunday 9 March, post the Cup Presentation (approx 2:50pm)
Saturday 8 March & Sunday 9 March
Player eligibility, Rules, Pools and Awards
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
National Indigenous (Lloyd McDermott Rugby Development Inc)
The IRB has announced its match officials list for the second stage of the 2014 IRB Junior World Championships overnight, with two Australians appointed to referee two of the games in New Zealand on Sunday.
We’re excited to announce that Australian Rugby will be moving to a new online system for national competition management and participant registration for the 2014 Rugby Sevens season and the 2015 club Rugby season.
We’re set for an exciting year with plenty to look forward to in 2014, including our Qantas Men’s Sevens team competing in the Commonwealth Games (July), the Women’s Rugby World Cup in France (August) and the launch of a new domestic competition – the National Rugby Championship (August).