WOMEN'S RUGBY LEAGUE
WELCOME TO THE WOMEN'S SECTION OF RUGBY LEAGUE FEDERATION GHANA
THE WOMEN'S NATIONAL TEAM TRAIN IN SEPTEMBER 2022 PRIOR TO THE MEA
MEET THE WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
The 2022 Driving Force behind Women's Rugby League in Ghana.
If you would like more information on the Women's game in Ghana, how you can support the development of the game and or get involved, please contact Women's coordinator:
Judith Edinam Afi Yengbe: (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2022 WOMEN ROUND 1
GAME VIDEO ABOVE
2022 WOMEN ROUND 2
GAME VIDEO ABOVE
2022 WOMEN ROUND 3
Here we recognise those astounding women who played in the very first ever RLFG Women's Origin.
SKOLARS V PANTHERS LADIES
WE PLAY RUGBY LEAGUE
WOMEN'S RUGBY LEAGUE SET TO SAIL
Chalking many indicators with regards to progress in development, the Rugby League Federation Ghana has officially denied itself a one gender sport. In a ceremony on the 15th November, 2020, the Federation launched 5 women's clubs to commence the active involvement of women in rugby league.
History written, progress made and hopes kept alive, the General Manager of the Federation has iterated this progress as a foot in the door approach.
"We have always believed we will move a step towards our vision once we keep our efforts focused on our development. The structures we have drawn within and our hardworking members keep itching for progress and a worthwhile development experience".
In all activities before this feat, the few females in the Federation got along with the male clubs and their participation declined due to the unavailability of competitions for women.
With a significant theme of this sort, much attention was paid to develop Women's Rugby League. From the Board and Management to the Committee Heads, Skolars' Rachel Ankomah was appointed in a prime focus to give firstly a voice to women. Moving towards the agenda, a campaign was adopted and launched in July 2020 as "Pretty Girls Play Rugby League".
It took the right direction as many got informed and many more got involved.
Until the launch of the women's clubs, RLFG female division had increased its membership from 10 to an encouraging 43, signifying a possibility for women's competitions to be included in the Federation's sporting calendar.