For the girl’s game to develop, everyone in the sporting world must work together to share ideas, break down stereotypes and push through boundaries. That is why here at Girls Rugby Club, we are expanding our Advisory Board to welcome a long list of male allies, just in time for Father’s Day!
England international, turned sports pundit, David Flatman, has argued that the positivity which surrounds the women’s game now needs to move to criticism to enable the game to grow in a sustainable way.
Amelie Anstead tells the story of how she started a girls rugby team at her school, where previously the only options for girls were hockey, yoga or bootcamp.
We all know that Maccies is probably not the best fuel for athletes, but with so much information out there it can be hard to know what to trust. As part of our Player Welfare series, we’ve called on registered Associate Nutritionist Chloë Pinder.
Imagine the pressure of playing for England, now imagine doing it without being able to hear a thing. That is exactly what England star Jodie Ounsley had to do at an England 7’s tournament in Scotland.
Marlo Boyd tells the story of her transition from rowing to rugby after undergoing surgery for a herniated disc in her spine.