Trials to pick top talent
PUBLISHED: 11:13 14 September 2006 | UPDATED: 10:51 06 May 2010
THOSE interested in playing one of the region s fastest growing girls sports are invited to go along to Stevenage Rugby Club this Sunday afternoon. The county s first development day of the new season is being held at North Road. On the day that England
THOSE interested in playing one of the region's fastest growing girls' sports are invited to go along to Stevenage Rugby Club this Sunday afternoon.
The county's first development day of the new season is being held at North Road.
On the day that England Women are due to be taking on New Zealand in women's rugby World Cup final in Canada, Hertfordshire are aiming to help unearth the next generation of international stars.
Nine girls from Herts clubs were selected to take part in special RFUW summer training camps and county coaches will be looking for more girls with the potential to play at the highest level. In addition the county's under-17 and under-14 squads for the coming season will be selected.
All of the county's girls' clubs will be represented on the day and will welcome new players of all abilities.
Any girls aged 11-17 are welcome to go along.
Registration will begin at 1.30pm and the day will end around 4pm.
P Letchworth's girls are looking forward to their most challenging season so far.
A virtually new team is being created by coach Rachel Ansbro at under-14 level. Any girls aged 11-13 are welcome to Letchworth Rugby Club on Wednesdays between 6-7pm, or most Sunday mornings between 10.30am and midday.
The under-17 squad has developed to become one of the biggest and most exciting in the county.
They also train on Sundays, as well as from 7-8pm on Wednesdays and any girls aged 14-17 will be made welcome.