The England Sevens player discusses how she and her fellow colleagues are trying to raise funds to help with their Tokyo 2021 preparations, plus, she talks about her involvement with Looseheadz’s #ENOUGH campaign.
Since midway through 2016, Louise McMillan has earned 22 full caps for Scotland, helped the national sevens team put in some great performances and lifted numerous trophies at club level with Hillhead/Jordanhill.
New Zealand Men's and Women's 7s teams were awarded the titles for the World Rugby Sevens Series after the remainder of the tournament for 2020 season has been cancelled following the pandemic coronavirus.
All rugby players have had to adapt to different ways of training to keep themselves ticking over for when the sport does eventually return - and for one of Shale Sharks’ newest recruits Nicola Howat, that has meant workouts on her family farm.
When Molly Wright arrived in Scotland from New Zealand - via a stint in London to work within the NHS in early 2017- playing rugby again, let along winning an international cap, was the furthest thing from her mind.
Chris Heal and the Looseheadz team are joined by Kathryn Craine and Nikki Cowell of Sale 1861 to discuss the foundation + the girls also talk about the exciting times ahead for women's rugby in the North-West.
Rachael Burford chats to TRU about her thriving #LockdownSquad, the decision to award Exeter Chiefs & Sale Sharks places in the Tyrrells Premier 15s and why a strong domestic league can aid the Red Roses.
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.