Durham County Women and Girls Promotional Video
Durham County have teamed up with Unified Media to create a promotional video for the Women and Girls game in the County.
The idea of the video, was to broadcast the value of the game and positively correlate the number of women and girls playing rugby in Durham County.
So far, the video has generated numerous shares, comments and reactions, exceeding all expectations.
Click on the image below to take a look at the video…
Women and Girls rugby continues to grow within Durham County
Take a look at the 2017/17 calendar;Durham Girls Calendar's 2017-18
For the female U13-U18 RFU playing calendar see here.
Women and Girls Training Schedule for Club in Durham CountyDurham County - Girls ClubTraining Time Table
England Rugby launches new Women and Girls action plan
England Rugby has launched the women and girls action plan for the next four years. The plan is part of the RFU’s overarching Strategic Plan and funding agreement with Sport England.
Running from 2017-2021, the action plan recognises the significant growth in the female game over the last four years and sets out a plan for the next four years to continue to grow the number of women and girls engaging in rugby.
The plan’s ambition is to get more women playing more often. It includes proposals to grow playing numbers, improve the opportunities to play, ensure that those with talent can progress, increase the numbers of females engaging in coaching, refereeing and volunteering and improve the female-friendliness of rugby facilities.
Underpinning all of this is a commitment to strengthening England Rugby’s commercial partnerships in this area and change perceptions of the game.
To find out more see here