For now, there is no BUCS Championship final to look forward to for Edinburgh University women’s squad given the current situation which goes far beyond rugby, but they can still look back on a positive 2019/20 with pride.
England’s Women have been nothing short of dominant in this Six Nations. Having only conceded 20 points the entire tournament, whilst scoring 165 of their own, Simon Middleton and his players end as the champions elect.
England international and World Cup winner Amber Reed discusses her frustration and struggles with injuries, being back on the international scene, the continued progress of the Red Roses and the need to drive standards.
Black Ferns came up with a five-try performance as they defeated Canada in the final with a 7-33 margin as they successfully defended the Sydney 7s title in the ongoing Women's World Rugby Sevens Series.
In recent years, Scotland have had a number of sisters playing for the women’s national team - the McMillans and the Nelsons immediately spring to mind - and now the Law siblings could be set to join that exclusive club.
Gayle Broughton scored the decisive try in the closing stage as New Zealand successfully defended the Dubai 7s title with a 14-17 win over Canada 7s in the second round of the Women's World Rugby Sevens Series.
In her latest column for Talking Rugby Union, Wasps Ladies’ Kate Alder discusses their strong start to the season, dedication to the club, potential European competition and facing the Tyrrells Premier 15s' top two.
As she is set to earn her 119th cap to go joint second in England’s all-time list of Test players, Red Roses captain Sarah Hunter sat down with Chris Heal to discuss an historic year for the women’s game.
Reflecting on England's RWC Final loss and how the win was extremely positive for South Africa, Joe Harvey and Chris Heal also focus on club rugby to discuss Saracens; fine and look ahead to this weekend's action.