2023 Oceania Womens Championship
Samoa’s Manusina players Easter Savelio and Fa’alua loe Tugaga will join the Melbourne Rebels, and Penina Tuilaepa and Angelica Uila join the Western Force.

In addition to the six scholarships offered by PacificAus Sports the Western Force have picked up a third player from combine Saelua Lealua (Manusina) will head to Perth for a season whilst the ACT Brumbies have offered a short-term coaching placement to Filoi Eneliko, former Manusina player and current Lakapi Samoa Women’s Academy Manager.

PacficAus Sport Scholarships sees six players join 2023 Buildcorp Super W Competition

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Captains ready to chase WXV qualifications as Gold Coast, Australia welcomes the 2023 Oceania Rugby Women’s Championship for the first time.
All to play for at HSBC France Sevens
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Gold Coast to host 2023 Oceania Rugby Women's Championship
Capgemini Women in Rugby Leadership Programme 2023 scholars announced to support the new generation of female leaders in rugby
World Rugby launches Accelerate to fast-track the development of women’s rugby on the road to RWC 2025
World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series 2023: South Africa women and Tonga men crowned opening tournament champions
South Africa geared up to host World Rugby Sevens Challenger Series 2023
Paris-bound New Zealand capture HSBC Singapore Rugby Sevens title

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