Jodi McKay MP New Patron of Women’s Rugby
Ladies Day at Rothwell
Saturday, 23rd June 2018
Rothwell was a festive PINK for LADIES DAY with the Briars rugby team showing off their pink socks in recognition of raising much needed funds for breast cancer. The famous Briars burgers were sizzling on the BBQ and the champagne was flowing from the ladies marque, accompanied by sweet treats to keep up the energy for the day.
It was a day where the mum’s could relax and watch rugby while the kids enjoyed running around, jumping on the jumping castle and refining their rugby tackling skills.
Briars Women’s Rugby 7s is here!
As the fastest growing sport in the world, Briars has been training an ever growing team for the sport of Women’s Rugby 7s. This team made history on Sunday 27th May 2018 by taking the field as the first Briars Women’s Rugby team, 100 years since the club was formed.
The team were enthusiastic, only learning to tackle a week prior and made their mark in the Sydney 7s competition which plays every month. Briars took on 2 other new teams in Hunters Hill and Nth Cronulla Sea Lice. A big thanks to Jess Post as an experienced player in the team scoring the first ever try for Briars Women’s! Good luck also in the NRL Women’s Talent ID this week!
Briars have welcomed back former club coach and experienced Women’s 7s coach Brad Sculley to coach the team from the ground up. He has done an amazing job to swap netball passes into rugby passes in only 2 weeks!
If you are interested, or know someone who may be interested in playing Women’s Rugby 7s, contact the club or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also looking for sponsors to support the team equipment, entry fees and running costs. If you are able to support the team from $50-$5000 please contact us on email@example.com