Women’s rugby start training camp


The women going through passing drills during their first practice session. [iNews’ Photo]
[www.inewsguyana.com] – The women’s national rugby team hit the ground running on Monday, February 02 as they began training for the North Americana Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) Seven’s Championships set for June.

The sight of the women on the field again is a welcomed one since women’s rugby has been floundering in recent years.

In addition, President of the Guyana Rugby Football Union, Peter Green presented the women with training gear and rugby balls to facilitate effective training.

Further, with 31 females shortlisted, Guyana will be aiming to identify the best possible team for the championships in a hope of having Guyana win a fourth title in the women’s version of the tournament.

GRFU President, Peter Green hands over gears to Women’s rep Petal Adams. [iNews’ Photo]
The list of 31 are as follows: Carren Carter, Tricia Munroe, La Toya Hamilton-Cordis, Collette Hope, Nicole Nero, Natasha Andrews, Alicia Fortune, Shennel Daniels, Alicia Mentore, Carren Skeete, Sabola Gray, Andrea Lashley, Grace Jarvis, Princesa Wilkie, Vionette Profitt    , Cloetta Dublin, Theresa Torres, Cindy Fraser, Abassie Bobb, Marva Chase, Natoya Norville, Keaisha Erskine, Temika Thornman, Kateyka Jeremiah, Natyor Carbon, Sophia Vanderstoop, Kateja Hall, Delicia Harding, Nicketia Jonas, Fiona Ward and Alana Phillips.



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