Aon Women's Uni 7s
Join one of the fastest growing women's sports worldwide
"The women's university Sevens series will fill a gap in the existing women's Sevens pathway. It will be an elite domestic competition with a national footprint, which will act as a stepping stone towards national selection." Ben Whitaker, ARU High Performance General Manager
The Aon Women's Uni 7s is the first domestic sevens competition for women, offering the nation's rising talent the opportunity to train and play in a high performance environment to stake their claims for national selection.
Sanctioned by UniSport Australia (UniSport), teams are made up of at least 50 per cent student-athletes with the remaining competitors being comprised of elite rugby players. As the pinnacle women's sevens competition in Australia, the entire national women's sevens squad will also partake in the series with each club being allocated two superstars from the national squad.
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The program will run from March through to October and training will range from two to five times per week with games held nationally from August to October on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
The program will include, skills technical play, athletic performance enhancements, player welfare support, physical therapy, nutritional advice, performance psychology and mental health support.
Any questions about the trials can be sent to the High Performance Manager, Nicole Serafini at email@example.com
Team recruitment: March 2019
Training: April–July 2019
Competition: October 2019
Meet the team
UWA Sport coordinated talent identification training sessions in 2018. The inaugural UWA Women's Uni 7s Squad will be announced soon.
Off the back of Australia's Gold Medal success at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games, women and young girls have been flocking to Rugby Sevens across the country to join one of the fastest growing women's sports worldwide.
Interested in joining the movement that is creating clear pathways for women and young girls to develop and nurture their passion for rugby? Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to find out more and join the team.