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Wasps Ladies

Wasps Ladies

Photo: Wasps FC

As part of the amateur Wasps FC set-up, the Wasps Ladies 1st XV and 2nd XV play in the RFU Women’s Premiership and South West 2 respectively.

Set up in 1984 by Sue Martineau, Wasps Ladies have been playing at the top level of Women’s Rugby for 25 years, with many internationals playing at the club over the years, including England legends Sue Day and Shelley Rae and New Zealand’s Rugby World Cup 2010 winner Steph TeOhaere-Fox. Wasps Ladies have played internationally for England, Scotland, Wales, New Zealand, Australia, Austria, Croatia and Finland.

Head Coach: Ty Sterry

Assistant coaches: John Wildin, Anthony Alberts and Gareth Hatherley-Hurford  

2012/13 Premiership finish: 5th

England players include: Michaela Staniford, Claire Purdy, Jo McGilchrist, La Toya Mason, Natasha Brennan, Marlie Packer

 

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