Women XV - Image Gallery
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2018-19 Regular Season Matches
2018 Inter Services - Winners
The Army won their sixteenth consecutive Inter Services title to extend their record breaking run in IS matches, 32 games unbeaten. However the season was defined by a first half defencive display against the RAF where the Army Women had to survive the fiercest of onslaughts which lasted the whole half. Reaching the break 0-0 almost defied believe with the RAF enjoying so much possession. However in the second half the Army were to make the RAF WOmen pay for not taking their chances and two Lou Dodds tries saw the away tema win 10 - 0
They finished their season in style, at Kneller Hall, with a 72-3 victory over the Navy to claim their 16th crown.
2017-18 Regular Season Matches
2017 Inter Services - Winners
After what was commonly acknowledged as probably the best Women's Inter Service match in the history of the championship the Army were deserved winners 35-26 and had made a big step towards the 2017 Inter Service championship.
A couple of weeks later the Royal Navy Women were no match and a rampant Army side racked up a record score 95-0 to extend their unbeaten run in the Women's Inter Services. The team has now won all 15 Championships since the tournament was started in 2003.
2017 Regular Season Matches
2016 Inter Services
The British Army Women won their 14th consecutive Inter Service Championship following a 29-7 victory away at RAF Halton and a comfortable victory over the Royal Navy at Kneller Hall. The RAF Women had clearly strengthened their squad since their 2015 defeat but were unable to match the power play of the Army. However it is clear that these two sides are pulling away from the Navy in terms of playing quality.