The Buildcorp National Women’s XVs Championship is a National residential tournament for senior female players from state/territory and affiliate representative teams, conducted by the Australian Rugby Union.
The Buildcorp National Women’s XVs Championship is an important element of the Player Pathway at National, provincial, regional and affiliate level with the purpose to provide an effective platform for:
Venue: Sports Super Centre, 1 Sports Drive, Runaway Bay QLD
Arrival date: All teams arrive Thursday 11 May 2017
Match days: Friday 12 May, Saturday 13 May, Sunday 14 May 2017
Departure date: all teams depart on Sunday 14 May, post-Cup Presentation approx 2:30pm
Competing teams: Australian Rugby Union have offered invitations to State/Territory/affiliate representative teams to attend the Buildcorp National Women's XVs Championship, including:
New South Wales (Sydney & Country)
Australian Defence Services Rugby Union
The Tournament Manual is intended to set out the rules, regulations and operational information in all areas required by Participating Teams in planning and preparing for, and participating in, the 2017 Buildcorp National Women’s XVs Championship.
The sporting and operational success of the Championship depends upon Participating teams and team members complying with both the letter and the spirit of the Participation Agreement and Tournament Manual.
Participating Unions are obliged to comply with the requirements and responsibilities as specified in the Tournament Manual and should ensure that all necessary Team Management are familiar with the contents, including, the requirements of their team members.
Participating Unions are responsible for the actions of all persons under their control as defined in the Participation Agreement and Tournament Manual, and are accountable for the compliance of those persons with the Terms of Participation.
Participating Unions are subject to disciplinary action for any breach of the specifications included in the Participation Agreement and Tournament Manual.
Across all Championships, there are compulsory requirements which teams need to fulfill in order to participate:
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