Following England’s triumph in the inaugural WXV1 and with the TikTok Women’s Six Nations approaching fast, there is huge excitement and increased interest around women’s rugby union at present. 

Eastleigh Rugby Club are capitalising on the momentum by running an Allianz Inner Warrior camp on January 14 from 1.30pm - 3.30pm 

The Allianz Inner Warrior camp is part of an RFU programme which has helped introduce more than 25,000 women and girls to the game of rugby since 2017. 

The Red Roses are positioned at the top of the world rankings following their WXV victory, and have been inspiring women and girls around the country to take up rugby union. Red Rose legend Emily Scarratt recommends England Rugby’s Allianz Inner Warrior camps as a fun way to introduce people to the game.

“They’re brilliant, they’ve been going for a few years now. I’ve been lucky enough over previous years to get down to some camps and help out,” she said.

“Some of the stories you hear about people who take part are inspiring, from the young girl to the 40-year-old mum of three who had never played rugby before and everything in between.”

The women’s and girls’ game in England has enjoyed an average year-on-year increase in participation of 12 per cent over the past 10 years thanks to initiatives such as the Allianz Inner Warrior Camps.

With England hosting Rugby World Cup 2025, the aim is to reach 100k registered female players by 2027.

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