Womens Rugby

The Sydney University Women’s Rugby Club (SUWRC) competes in the Sydney Women’s Rugby Union Competition for the Jack Scott Cup.

In 2017, SUWRC went through the regular season undefeated claiming the Minor Premiership, unfortunately they narrowly missed out on a hattrick of Premierships going down to the Warringah Ratettes 21-17 in the Grand Final. 

As well as participating in the Sydney Women’s XVs competition, the Club also participates in numerous 7s tournaments throughout spring and summer.

The Club welcomes players of all skills and abilities and you need not be a student of Sydney University to register. 

If you are interested in finding out more about the Women's Rugby Club, please email rugbywomen@sport.usyd.edu.au or check out their Facebook page.

Check out the 2017 SWRU draw and come along to support these amazing women take on anyone daring to be in their path!

The Club was established in 1995, it has a long and rich tradition and has been proud to produce numerous Australian Wallaroos and Australian 7s players, as well as New South Wales 7s and Sydney XVs representatives. In 2017, the Club had 10 players named in the Sydney XVs representative team that competed at nationals (plus physio), 5 in the Australian Wallaroos squad, 3 who participated in the World Cup in Ireland.