Building a better future for women’s rugby union

Despite already playing at one World Cup and on the verge of a second successive Women’s Six Nations Grand Slam, Leanne Riley is more concerned with the state of women’s rugby long after she has hung up her boots.

The Harlequins scrum-half has featured in yet another dominant performance by the Red Roses at this year’s Championship, to add to her ever-growing reputation as one of the most feared players in the Tyrrells Premier 15s.

And as women’s rugby continues to grow year on year, Riley has her sights set on the women of today leaving a legacy for the next generation.

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