As part of its Women In Rugby Action Plan Review the IRFU are inviting all those involved in the game to provide their feedback on the way in which women’s rugby is delivered.
The review is seeking feedback from all those involved in women’s rugby, male and female, be it through volunteering, coaching, refereeing, or playing, and from women who are active in any other part of the game, including those involved in the men’s game.
The survey is an important part of the wider review into the women’s game, which is being spearheaded by Amanda Bennett, of FairPlay Limited, to review progress to-date and seek views on what steps should be taken to improve the game.
The online survey can be accessed through this website at https://www.irishrugby.ie/playing-the-game/women/give-it-a-try/wirap-survey/
Amanda Bennett, FairPlay Limited said: "The women’s rugby ‘Your Game, Your Say’ survey is one facet of the Women In Rugby Action Plan Review where we are asking those involved in the women’s game, and women involved in any part of the game, to make their voice heard and shape the direction of the game into the future.
"The survey asks tailored questions for each of the specified roles and we really want to hear from volunteers, coaches, players, and referees.
"We need input from a wide range of stakeholders, across clubs and schools, across all four provinces, so we are asking people to complete the survey and ideally share it with others, and ask them to do it, to ensure all voices are heard.
"This is an opportunity to gather views on how the game currently works and how it might work better in the future."