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Introducing Norths Women’s 7’s

Introducing Norths Women’s 7’s


Name | Susie Wolff
Occupation | I work in the TV industry as an On-Air Coordinator at Foxtel.
And about to begin postgraduate study at The Australian Film Television and Radio School.

Why did you join Rugby 7’s ?
The reason I joined Norths Rugby this year was because I missed playing a team sport
and thought rugby 7s would be a great new experience after playing soccer for the majority of my life.
Having previously played touch football and watching lots of rugby with my Dad growing up,
I had the confidence that I would enjoy and understand the complex and fast-paced nature of the game.

How are you finding it?
So far I am absolutely loving Norths and rugby in general. It makes me get outside after work and improve my fitness levels, as well as having a laugh and meeting some really amazing people.

What would you say to anyone thinking about playing?
For the girls considering it out there – no matter what your skill set is, rugby is such a diverse sport which is suitable for all shapes and sizes, and it won’t take long for you to find your strengths!


Name | Ashley More 
Occupation | I work in advertising as a partnerships executive across Foxtel channels.
Outside of work and fitness I enjoy going to the beach and eating yummy food.

Why did you join Rugby 7’s ?
My boyfriend (Josh Kay) plays rugby at North’s and after spending most weekends watching his games I decided I wanted to give it a go.I love playing sport and having played soccer, netball and touch footy but nothing has been as physically or mentally challenging
as rugby while also being so much fun.

How are you finding it?
The group of girls who play at North’s are so determined and we’ve all become good mates.
North’s as a club has a great culture and everyone has been really supportive.

What would you say to anyone thinking about playing?
If you’re thinking of giving it a go, do it! The thought of all that running and contact can be daunting at first but if you want to challenge yourself and
get fit while making great friends and having fun then definitely sign up!
It’s a great sport and women are beginning to become an important part of its growth.



More Information 

The Norths women’s 7’s will kick off their campaign with a tournament on March 24th and play regularly throughout the 2018 Shut Shield season.
For anyone interesting in joining, all skill and experience levels are welcome.

Training is held at Primrose Park, Cammeray. Tuesday & Thursday evenings from 6pm.
For more information, contact


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