U15 Girls

Worthing Girls are a friendly bunch of girls who just happen to love getting muddy.
We train on Tuesdays from 6.30-8p.m, and on Sundays usually from 10.30-12.00 although this can vary depending on whether we have a match.
We always like to have new girls come along and join us. Just turn up and give it a try, all you need at first is some boots and a gumshield; or give one of our managers a call:

Suzanne Gregory 07801 312302 suzannegregory@live.com
Nigel Dewey 07595 978531 nigel.dewey@me.com.


Our coaches will help you to develop at your own pace, and make sure you get to take part in matches if you feel ready. Some girls play just for fun, as an excuse to get muddy, have fun with friends, while others go on to play rugby more seriously. England Roses player Amy Wilson-Hardy started her rugby career at Worthing, and six Worthing Girls (5 U15s and 1 U18s) were selected for Sussex this season.


In April 2018 we went on our second tour to Weymouth along with the our friends in the U11s and U13s. Everyone had loads of fun and we played a match against a local team on the Sunday.


15th April 2018

Great result for Worthing’s U15 Girls against a combined Uckfield and Heathfield team winning 49-0! A hard fought game which showcased everything that is good about girls’ rugby.

Tries from:

Sophie Wayman (3)
Sophie Stafford
Poppy James (2)
Emma Foxwell
Jess Hurley
Izzy Johnson (first try!!)

Conversions by:

Emma Foxwell
Millie Rowland

Player of the match – Poppy James
Forwards – Millie Rowland, Olivia Stafford & Ellen Gregory
Backs – Jemma Nichols & Emma Foxwell

The girls play their last 15 a side game of the season next Sunday against Horsham (at Burgess Hill)

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The early May Bank Holiday was the scene of the 2018 Worthing Girls’ 10s Festival. On a beautiful sunny weekend, girls’ rugby teams came from all over the south of England for a weekend of camping, rugby and fun.

U15s and U18s matches were played on the Sunday. The U15s were, unusually, quick out of the blocks, and won their first game against a very physical Rochford team. Further wins agains Hove and Old Alleynians meat they had won thier pool and were in the semi-final. Suddenly it seemed possible that they could go all the way. A hard fought win against Eton Manor meant they went through to play the final on the first team pitch against Dorchester, against whom they had recenlty lost. Despite Dorchester scoring first, the girls stuck to their task, eventually winnning 28-5 to lift the trophy. Everyone is hugely proud of every one of the girls, and thewin could not have happened without the effort and team spirit of every one of the 29 members of the squad.

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