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Army Rugby Union (Women)

This is our 15th season of women’s rugby within the Army and we continue to enhance the developments began when the team was founded in 1996. Today women’s rugby is vibrant and played at all levels around the world in competitions and events with last year seeing the senior team unbeaten in the Centenary Year for the ARU. With our aim to challenge and develop the team, we have been extremely busy organising a demanding fixture list playing both international and national teams from Canada, Scotland and Premiership Clubs within the UK.

Women’s rugby will only continue to develop with your support, if you would like to play or support the team, please do come along or contact any member of my team who will support you in anyway possible.

Look forward to seeing you over the forthcoming season.

Mission Statement

“To promote awareness and support the development of Women’s Rugby in the Army, win the Inter-Services’ Championships every year by performing at the highest level at every opportunity”.

Fixtures

Updated: 07 Apr 14

Date Fixture Venue Result
05 – 06 Dec 13 Open Trials Aldershot  
12 Jan 14 Scotland (W) Richmondshire RFC Cancelled
19 Feb 14 Exeter University (W) CANCELLED Cancelled
22 Feb 14 Scotland U20′s Murrayfield – Army Dev (TBC) WIn – 52 – 5
08 Mar 14 Aylesford (W) CANCELLED Cancelled
29 Mar 14 Old Albians (W) St Albans WIN – 38 – 0
02 Apr 14 Cardiff Quins Cardiff WIN 33 – 12
16 Apr 14 RAF (W) RAF Halton  
03 May 14 Navy (W) Kneller Hall, Twickenham  

MATCH REPORTS

KAT WATKINS SWAN SONG

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ARMY(W) 54 – NAVY (W) 12 After a sterling performance by the Army (W) against the RAF (W) in Aldershot Head Coach, Capt Glyn Barraclough RAMC made his team selection to meet the challenge of the Navy (W) at Kneller Hall. It was the Navy who started strongly playing down the slightest of slopes armed with the bigger pack the ... Read More »


Warm Weather Training!!

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ARMY WOMEN XV v SCOTLAND WOMEN 6-NATIONS SQUAD, EDINBURGH – 18 JAN 13 1. Maj Charlie Maxwell AGC(SPS) Skipper 2. Cpl Rae Metters REME 3. Cpl Bianca Vasey AGC (Pro) 4. Sig Demi Graham R Sigs 5. Lt Rachael Davies RLC 6. Capt Gemma Simmister RE 7. Pte Shellyann Magic AMS 8. Bdr Laura Latimer RA 9. Cfn Laura Marsh ... Read More »


England Women v France Women

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ENGLAND WOMEN – 23 v FRANCE – 13 The Royal Engineers’ Jane Leonard played a vital role in England overcoming a 13 point deficit to beat France at Esher on 3 November. Jane’s persistence in defence ensured the French No 10 was unable to contribute much more than a shakey link to some pretty quick backs. Les Bleus Plan B ... Read More »


Army Women go down to down-under tourists

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The Army Women were defeated by the touring Australian Services 13pts-10 in a very exciting and ‘nearly’ match at Aldershot. It started as ‘one-way’ Green and Gold traffic but in fourth quarter the tourists were listening intently for the whistle’ as the Army livened things up. The Aussies knew their rugby and were cream smooth in wintery conditions. They played ... Read More »


REME Womens Rugby 7s

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The girls had a mixed season in the 15 Corp Competition with losing a lot of players to tours and injury but on a positive note gained a lot of new comers and experience along the way. After coming runners up in the Army 7s competition narrowly losing to the RA by 1 try we decided to move onto our ... Read More »


Army V Australian Services Rugby Union (ASRU)

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Thursday 24 May 2012 A cold and wet day more typical of Aldershot than Sydney was the setting for the ARUW’s second fixture of their Tour ‘Down Under’. Amid cries from the Aussies that we deliberately brought the weather with us, the Army Team took the field of Victoria Barracks (one of the premier Rugby pitches in Sydney when it ... Read More »


ARUW Match Report – First Fixture

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Army v Sydney Select – Sunday 20 May 2012 Still slightly weary from the journey the Army team took to the field for their first match on Australian soil. The match got underway with a dream start. The Army had won the toss and elected to kick off. Gemma Rowlands (Army 15) sent the ball deep into the Sydney half. ... Read More »


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