There are several clubs in the region that cater for open-age women's 13-a-side Rugby League, including West London Sharks in Chiswick, Guildford Giants and Medway Dragons in Kent. The women's league will also have teams from Hemel, Southampton as well as armed forces teams from around the region.
Girls Rugby League
There are now several clubs in the South running girl's teams, including Staines Titans and Medway Dragons. The Titans girls, until recently known as the West London Jets, run teams at u12, u14 and u16 and are supported by Broncos Foundation Development Officer Aran Quinn. Following years of travel to the north for London's girls, in 2011 we hosted the Capital Cup, the first girl's competition held in the South with 16 teams across 3 age-groups played as a curtain raiser at the Stoop. The Rivals series between the Titans girls and Medway Dragons girls will continue in 2012 and with more community teams expected to start girls' sides the competition looks set to grow steadily.
Tag & Touch
Touch and Tag Rugby League are fast-moving, non-contact forms of the game that are played throughout the world women in either women-only or mixed competitions. Touch and Tag are fast, simple and exciting and develop running, handling, evasion skills and support play, without the collisions of the full 13-a-side game.
To find out more about Women's Rugby League contact the Foundation team, or use the RFL Club Finder