Women & Girls

Useful Information




 RFU Girls Clubs Cup 2018-19

After last season’s successful competition, the RFU are looking to develop the Girl’s Cup Framework further by making some improvements to the format of the first few rounds of matches where possible. See guidance document for Girl’s Cup 18-19

We firmly believe that by having this structure in place the game will be able to continue to grow at a local level. Ultimately the goal is to have local regular rugby activity within each County before Christmas that can then progress to Area level in January and onto the National Semi-Finals and Final.

The links below are for you to apply for the competition

Girls Cup Application

The RFU and partners are determined to ensure that we lead the way in keeping the welfare of our players at the forefront of all we do. Therefore, as part of your involvement in the 2018/19 Girls Cup, we would like your club to commit to our Concussion Education Code.

A member of your coaching, management or medical team must have successfully completed the 30-minute Headcase Concussion Awareness Course and uploaded the certificate on your application form Headcase Concussion Awareness Course Link

We know that many clubs will want to play Friendlies, go to Pitch Up & Play events and Festivals through the season, and the Girls Cup dates will still allow for this. The Cup dates are included in Calendar.


Please complete the online form by 4th July 2018

For further information about Women & Girls’ development in Kent contact:
Women & Girls AdminTeam