Richmond Women

April 2020

RICHMOND RUGBY STATEMENT: PREMIER 15s

FOREWORD by Max I'd just like to say that this is an end of an era for me. The first thing I ever knew about Women's Rugby was coming on leave form Northern Ireland in the 90s and going to the Pepsi Cafe for my Full English before heading to the Sun Inn to [...]

September 2019

Hannah Field Named Richmond Women’s Captain

Hannah Field has today been confirmed as the Richmond Women’s captain ahead of the 2019/20 Tyrrells Premier 15s season.The experienced forward, who has five England test caps to her name, will lead the club into the third edition of the Tyrrells Premier 15s, kicking off this Saturday against Harlequins Women at The Stoop (KO 2pm).A [...]

October 2016

Richmond secure first win of the season

Sunday’s fourth round match-up pitted the two remaining winless teams in the Women’s Premiership against each other with both sides desperate to kick-start their season. After a topsy-turvy battle that saw momentum swing both ways, Richmond’s wonderful rearguard effort at the death secured a memorable victory under the floodlights of the Athletic Ground. Wasps got [...]

August 2016

Richmond FC appoint Brett Taylor as Women’s Head Coach

Richmond, 4th August 2016: Today, Richmond FC announces the appointment of Brett Taylor as the Head Coach of Richmond Women’s rugby. The former Northampton Saints professional rugby player joins the reigning Premiership and National Cup champions and will lead a new look coaching team for the forthcoming 2016/17 season. Brett, an RFU Level 4 Coach, [...]

Richmond are ready for the Ricoh Arena

Richmond Women are bidding to make history by becoming one of the first Women’s Premiership teams to compete in the Singha 7s Premiership Rugby Series Final. For the first time ever, the Women’s Premiership 7s Final will take place before the men’ Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Final in front of thousands at the Ricoh Arena [...]

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