Sally Horrocks Named New International Women’s Rugby Director

World Rugby on Wednesday announced the appointment of Sally Horrocks as director of women’s rugby from May.

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World Rugby, the international rugby federation, on Wednesday, 23 February, announced the appointment of Briton Sally Horrocks as Director of Women’s Rugby, just months ahead of next year’s World Cup in New Zealand.

Notably, Horrocks, a former adviser to UEFA and the English Football Federation, will replace Katie Sadlier in May, who will lead the Commonwealth Games.

I am determined to accelerate the growth of women’s rugby

Sally Horrocks

“I am delighted and extremely privileged to be involved in World Rugby, widely regarded as the sport’s greatest development,” The main interested party commented.

“I am committed to accelerating the development of women’s rugby at all levels, and supporting player welfare and gender equality in everything we do.” He added.

The 12th and last team to qualify for the World Cup, which will take place from 8 October to 12 November, and which was postponed by a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, followed a dam between Scotland and Colombia on Friday will be known. Which will be played in Dubai.

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