Football, women's football, women's sport

Plymouth Argyle Ladies are recruiting!

The Plymouth Argyle Ladies are still recruiting players for the First and Development Teams ahead of the 2020-21 season.

Interested players can get in touch by emailing 

Argyle will be playing in the FA Women's Premier League South West Division One.

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Football, women's football, women's sport

Reduced coronavirus crowds "an advantage" for women's sport

Authored by Mike Bovill

A leading government advisor on the return of competitive sport has suggested there could be a hidden bonus for women's sport if venues for men's matches have to stay at a reduced capacity for the entire 2020-21 season.

Professor James Calder - who chaired a working group with government and health officials on the return to sport - believes it is unlikely there will be large crowds...

Cricket, women's cricket, girls cricket, ECB, England, England cricket

NatWest CricketForce to supply clubs with essentials for returning to play

Authored by ECB

NatWest CricketForce is back for the summer of 2020, but as cricket clubs across the country contend with returning to play in the wake of COVID-19, the focus this year has shifted to ensuring clubs can support their volunteer community and enable them to return to cricket confidently.

Like previous years NatWest CricketForce is all about bringing clubs together to work towards a...

rugby, women's rugby, RFU

Community rugby likely to be reduced from 15-a-side

Authored by Mike Bovill

Women and schools rugby teams are likely to face major short-term changes to the sport - including the reduction of the number of players on each side - as the Rugby Football Union searches for ways to resume training and playing in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.

The RFU has reacted to the latest government framework for the return of recreational team sport which came into...

women's sport

Women events could be first to see crowds return

Authored by Mike Bovill

The goverment are considering using the resumption of elite women's cricket and football as test events for crowds to return to mainstream sport in the UK.

According to The Times, England's proposed cricket tri-series against India and South Africa and the new Women's Super League season could be the first action played in front of fans since the lockdown started in March. Men's...