Womens Rugby

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Women's Rugby

Oceania Rugby is committed to providing a sustainable environment to grow the Women's game on and off the field. This commitment is in support of World Rugby’s ambitious strategic plan to accelerate the global development of women in rugby, 2017-25.

We work hard to remove barriers at all levels of the game to support girls and Women across the whole region to succeed in rugby.  

Oceania girls team

Oceania Women in Rugby Month

Celebrating the achievements of Women in Rugby throughout the Oceania region every September

The Game Womens rugby

World Rugby Leadership Scholarships

Used to support a combination of leadership development opportunities

Women in Rugby

FIRST RULE: TRY. SECOND RULE: TRY AGAIN.

Latest News

Wallaroos Grace Kemp is keen to see more First Nations girls pick up the game. Photo: Getty Images
Seeing is believing: Grace Kemp keen to provide the same opportunities she was given as a First Nations Wallaroo
Whaanga joins the Two Blues as Premier Women's Head Coach. Photo: RugbyWA
Whaanga set to inspire Western Sydney's next generation of female talent
Sonja Stewart has been appointed Chair of Rugby AU's First Nations Rugby Committee | Supplied
Sonja Stewart Appointed Chair of Rugby Australia First Nations Committee
From Samoa Sevens to Manusina
From Samoa Sevens to Manusina
Get into Rugby/Quickrip Festival in the Aana 2 District at Mulifanua Primary School Field
A change is going to come: Women in Rugby…Respect month fuelling women’s Rugby rise in Oceania
Dr Daelyn Cullen QLD Reds Team Doctor & World Rugby Medical Educator
Red's Doctor loves the team environment
Black Fern Sevens & Fijiana Sevens along with France celebrate on the Tokyo 2020 podium
Olympic Medals Represent change in team culture and Respect of Women's Rugby
The future is bright: Fijiana have laid platform for more success
The future is bright: Fijiana have laid platform for more success