. It appears that some girls may have played the game as part of their school teams in the 19th century - the earliest record of any female playing Rugby at any level has been traced to Portora Royal School in Enniskillen, Ireland.
Emily Valentine's brothers were responsible for the formation of the school's first rugby team in c1884
However, during the First World War some women's charity games were organised, the most well documented taking place at Cardiff Arms Park on 16 December 1917, when Cardiff Ladies beat Newport Ladies 6-0 Maria Eley played full-back for Cardiff and went on to become probably the oldest women's rugby player before she died in Cardiff in 2007 at the age of 106. Interestingly the Cardiff team (who all worked for Hancock's a local brewery) all wore protective headgear, which predates their male counterparts by some decades.
No, Their is no advantage with women playing rugby.
No, unfortunately from my own experience, i know that robots, by law, are not allowed to play rugby in England. I have benn playing rugby for 10 years and yesterday i was informed that due to me being a robot, i am no longer allowed to play. My name is Ben Stollery
Yes, the play Rugby.
Rugby is a sexy rough sport, so girls love rugby players (especially when they have all their teeth)
They are - 7 are on the bench
why arent woman allowed to play digeredoo
Tennis, Football, Rugby Union and Golf.
yes by the time basket ball was invented women were allowed
In fact, there is no rule stating that women are not allowed to play in the NFL. However, girls aren't "physically equal" to men, and therefore do not play in the NFL.
I'm afraid that women rugby players do not get paid, therefore they are not professional as it seems they do not command a large enough audience. They are allowed to claim expenses but must do it for the love of the game & country.