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Exciting Times For Naas Womens Rugby   05/02/2017

Exciting Times For Naas Womens Rugby

Naas Rugby Club had a total of 70 women and girls playing this weekend which is a new record for the club.

It started on Friday night when 12 women from Naas combined with Tallaght to play a friendly versus a combined Barnhall/Old Belvedere team. This is a concept we have launched in Naas to keep young women playing once they graduate from the Under-18 team. The women of this age are often away at college during the week, but they come back once a month to play these friendlies.

Naas also took 42 Under-18s and Under-15s to Gorey for their Leinster League Division One games.

On Sunday the new girls only Minis group took 16 Under-12s and Under-10s to a blitz in Navan, making it the biggest weekend ever for the clubs girls' and women's section.

This all comes as Naas start their activity to celebrate the Women's World Cup in August. This activity begins with the visit of the World Cup Trophy to the Naas club on Wednesday, March 29th. Naas are also opening up this session to allow girls from the area to try rugby, alongside Jenny Murphy, the Irish centre who scored the winning try for Ireland against Scotland on Friday night.

Naas has also been chosen as the venue for the IRFU international girls' rugby festival on August 12th, during the World Cup, in recognition of their contribution to the female game in the province.





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