KISH NAMED CAAWS MOST INFLUENTIAL ATHLETE

  (Via Rugby Canada) Toronto, March 8, 2017 – CAAWS is pleased to announce its annual Most Influential Women List for 2016, celebrating remarkable Canadian women and their impact upon sport and physical activity in Canada and beyond. “This year’s Most Influential Women List once again shines a spotlight on the incredible leadership that women bring to sport More »

SCHEDULE CONFIRMED FOR KITAKYUSHU SEVENS

(Via World Rugby) The pools and match schedule have been announced for the first ever round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series in Japan, the HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens on 22-23 April. The 11 core teams will be joined by invitation team Japan for the fourth round of the 2016-17 series at the new More »

PROVINCE SUPPORTS CANADA SEVENS SERIES WOMEN’S RUGBY TOURNEY

(Via: BC Government News) The 2017 HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens rugby tournament will return to Langford this May, thanks in part to a $130,000 provincial investment announced by Shirley Bond, Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training and Minister Responsible for Labour. The 2017 HSBC Canada Women’s Sevens tournament runs May 27-28 at Westhills Stadium More »

HSBC PARTNER RUGBY CANADA TO EXPAND GRASSROOTS PROGRAMMES

(Via World Rugby) As the countdown continues towards the HSBC Canada Sevens from 11-12 March in Vancouver, leading international bank HSBC and title sponsor of the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, will sponsor Rugby Canada’s ‘Rookie Rugby’ programme, deepening its commitment to the game across the nation and the globe. Indeed, HSBC’s latest commitment will More »

CANADA CLAIM BRONZE IN LAS VEGAS

(Via Rugby Canada) Canada’s women’s sevens team finished in third place at the USA Sevens after beating hosts USA 31-7 in the bronze final Saturday evening at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas. With the result, Canada earned 16 points in the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series standings where they remain in third place. More »

12 QUESTIONS WITH JEN KISH FOLLOWING THE SYDNEY 7S

1. How do you look back on Canada’s success in Sydney? We were pleased with our win in Sydney. Our goal was to put in a 12 player effort & our coaches did a great job in player management during the tournament. When I look back on the tournaments we have won, it has always More »