The rise of women’s rugby in New South Wales

Thanks to more women taking to the field and the hard work of many parents and volunteers, young girls have the opportunity to play sport.

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When Charlize turned 13, she was devastated when she found out she could no longer play rugby with the boys.

But thanks to more and more women taking to the field, along with the hard work of many mums, dads and volunteers, Charlize has the opportunity to play the sport she loves.

The dedication of players and families alike is just one of the reasons that AGL partnered with NSW Rugby from 2016-17. Allowing customers to nominate a club of their choice to receive a donation of up to $150 from AGL, over $45,000 was donated to grassroots rugby clubs like Charlize’s.

Watch her story here.

(Please note AGL’s Power to Play fundraising program has now closed)