2023 RAN Women’s History Month Online Forum
Equity isn't just a nice-to-have, it's a must-have. In honor of closing out Women's History Month, join us Wednesday, March 29 at 6 PM ET for an online forum featuring current and former national team players of the Rugby Americas North community. Shaunagh Brown,...
Rising from the Ashes: Rebuilding Rugby in St. Vincent and the Grenadines
St. Vincent and the Grenadines Over the past few years, rugby in St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) has taken some hard knocks. First came the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 which shut down both training and play, followed by the devastation of the...
Shaunagh Brown: Inspiring A New Generation
Photo: World Rugby / Caroline Deegan of Cayman Photography Cayman Islands Having recently retired from her international playing career, 32-year-old British-born Shaunagh Brown is now setting her sights on rugby in the Cayman Islands. With Brown’s last test match at...
2023 Rugby Americas North Under-19s Men’s and Senior Women’s 15s Tournament Venue Confirmed
KINGSTON, JAMAICA — today, event organizers are excited to announce the venue for the 2023 Rugby Americas North (RAN) Under-19s Men’s and Senior Women’s 15s Tournament. The five-day event will take place July 12 - 16 in Kingston, Jamaica – held at the University of...
‘Grassroots to Global’: Empowering Women in Rugby Across the Region
Photo by Barbados Rugby Rugby Americas North (RAN) is proud to announce another collaboration with ChildFund Rugby, an international development organization using the power of rugby to create positive change within communities. RAN is delighted to be assisting with...
RAN Rapid-fire Q&A with Carly MacKinnon
Seattle, Washington, USA Recently appointed Rugby Americas North (RAN) Communications Manager Carly MacKinnon is no stranger to sports, rugby, or communications. She has a Sports Management and Business degree from Washington State University, and experience in a...
Barbados Reignites Their ‘Get Into Rugby’ Youth Program
The Barbados Rugby Football Union reports that there was a very good turnout for the restart of their 'Get Into Rugby' (GIR) program on January 14, 2023. The coaches reported that they had a vibrant and varied group of youngsters participating. The sessions run every...
Rugby Americas North Welcomes Carly MacKinnon as Communications Manager
Rugby Americas North (RAN) announced today the appointment of Carly MacKinnon as their new Communications Manager to oversee communications for the World Rugby Regional Association governing body. MacKinnon joins the organization after five seasons with the two-time...
Mary Pringle: Picking Up the Whistle Worldwide
Growing up, 22-year-old referee Mary Pringle was surrounded by rugby. Born in Singapore to a Singaporean mother and South African father, Mary moved to the British Virgin Islands (BVI) (Tortola) when she was just one year old, where she remained for 13 years. During...
RAN Looking to Hire Communications Manager
Rugby Americas North (RAN) is seeking to hire a Communications Manager to develop, manage and publish content for RAN digital platforms, assist with its international competition delivery, and help drive commercial initiatives. The Communications Manager will report...
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