RWC 7s

Australia won the first ever Women’s 7s World Cup in Dubai. The game was won in golden point extra time against New Zealand.

Australia 17 def England 10 (Quarter Final)

Australia 19 def South Africa 10 (Semi Final)

Australia 15 def New Zealand 10 (Final)


Alex Hargreaves

Bo De la Cruz

Cheryl Spoon

Debby Hodgkinson

Nicole Beck

Rebecca Tavo

Ruan Sims

Shelley Matchern

Selena Tranter

Tobie McGann

Tricia Brown

Tui Ormsby

Australia finished 5th overall in the 2nd World Cup held in Moscow, Russia.

Australia 36 def. China 0

Australia 22 def. Ireland 5

Australia 29 def. South Africa 0

Australia 7 def. Russia 5 (plate semi)

Australia 14 def. England 14 (plate final)

Iliseva Batibasaga
Katrina Barker
Charlotte Caslick
Emilee Cherry
Nikki Ethridge
Shannon Parry
Tiana Penitani
Saofaiga Saemo
Shontelle Stowers
Rebecca Tavo
Amy Turner
Sharni Williams
Coach: Chris Lane
Manager: Scott Bowen
Assistant Coach: Tim Walsh
Strenght and Conditioning: Jarrod Presland
Physio: Laura Schwab