They bring a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘strong is the new skinny.’
For international women rugby players Danielle Waterman and Marlie Packer are some of the toughest women in sport. 677 more words
by Page Forrest
On Saturday, April 5, the Sewanee Women’s Rugby Team, dubbed Lady Ruckus, had their first game since 2012. The team, newly reformed by Kathleen Kelso (C’17) last semester, faced University of Tennessee at Chattanooga out on Stringer field. 380 more words
The Springbok Women Sevens will a face a tough task at the IRB Women’s Sevens World Series in Amsterdam on May 16 and 17 after being drawn in a challenging pool with Australia, Russia and France. 429 more words
The Springbok Women Sevens side successfully defended their CAR Sevens title by beating hosts Kenya 15-0 in the final.
The result will act as a boost for coach Renfred Dazel ahead of South Africa’s appearance in the fifth and final round of the IRB Women’s Sevens World Series in Amsterdam next month. 281 more words
The Springbok Women Sevens on Saturday progressed through the Confederation of African Rugby (CAR) Sevens tournament in Kenya unbeaten to defend their title in style – a result which inspired coach Renfred Dazel with an eye on the IRB Women’s Sevens World Series in Amsterdam next month. 395 more words