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Workplace Law Increases Involvement in Women's Sport

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Workplace Law Increases Involvement in Women's Sport

Workplace Law is thrilled to announce that we have reached an agreement with Southern Districts Rugby Club to be the first major sponsor exclusively for their women’s rugby 7’s team the “Rebelettes”.

Workplace Law is thrilled to announce that we have reached an agreement with Southern Districts Rugby Club to be the first major sponsor exclusively for their women’s rugby 7’s team the “Rebelettes”.

Rebelettes 7s Head Coach, Chris Nay, believes Workplace Law is exactly the right partner for the team, “Workplace Law is a fantastic addition to both the Southern Districts and Rebelettes 7s rugby family. To have our team now aligned with such a leading and progressive organisation, clearly looking to make a positive change and difference, is a huge step in the right direction. The girls have worked super hard for this opportunity and this partnership is a just reward for how they have handled themselves both on and off the field - they were ecstatic with the announcement.” said Nay.

Workplace Law Director, Shane Koelmeyer said “All of us at Workplace Law are united in our commitment to supporting as many women as we can to live out their dream of being a professional athlete in whatever sport they choose. Through our employment and sports law expertise we will support female athletes by providing them with legal advice when it comes to contracts and sponsorship arrangements. We also want them to know that their exemplary behaviour, work ethic and skills will be recognised and generate their own corporate support.”

Read more about Workplace Law’s partnership with the Rebelettes here.

You can follow the Rebelettes' progress in the Borneo 7s tournament and all season on Instagram @southsrugbyrebelettes.

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