About The Mamas:The Mamas Rugby Club is a women’s rugby club consisting of mothers still actively involved in rugby as players and officials. We are international with members coming from a wide variety of countries and cultures. We participate in tournaments both in and outside Europe, not only to meet other mums and enjoy playing rugby together, but also to act as role models and illustrate that motherhood and competitive sports can be successfully combined. The Mamas is more than a rugby team - it's a movement!
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We can finally announce squad representing The Mamas at this years Dubai 7s: Brenda Kayiyi, Uganda Cecilia Burebrink, Sweden Emma Oroma, Uganda Fiorenza Baldari Zambini, Italy Helen Buteme, Uganda Irene Bunihizi Namapii, Uganda Lucy Wotton Zaug, England Maria Alvarez, Sweden/Bolivia … Continue reading
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(English summary below) Vermutlich gibt es weit mehr Frauen und Maedchen, die sich in Deutschland fuer Rugby interessieren, als schliesslich in den Vereinen ankommen. Sie finden keine sinnvollen Informationen, der naechstgelegene Club hat kein Frauen/Maedchen-Team und…
Sometimes you just have to try and all your effort will be rewarded immediately! We found an interesting ad on facebook, a coaching camp in Germany for young athletes in african countries. Helen had just the right girl in her … Continue reading
One of the highlights in our team year is the Stockholm10s. Players: Sanni Virtanen, Finland Léonie Robert, Switzerland Valeria Monacelli, Italy Anna Michniewicz, Poland/Norway Helen Koyokoyo Buteme, Uganda Cecilia Burebrink, Sweden Marcela Marre Hugosson, Sweden/Chile Elizabet Sandberg, Sweden Maria Weibull, … Continue reading
Fellow Mama Sanni Virtannen traveled to Uganda to meet up with Helen Buteme (Female Rugby Development in Uganda) and Annekatrin Els (Entebbe Sharks). It wasn’t her first trip to an african country, she’s been to Botswana last year with a … Continue reading
#carrythemhome | itsnotclever. And it’s an inspring read. So read this!