Supporting the visibility of women’s rugby in 2022

Since the Buildcorp Super W commenced in 2018 there has been a 58% increase in female club rugby XVs registrations. This is one of the most significant outcomes yet from our investment in equal opportunity for women’s rugby.

Despite disruptions to their 2020 and 2021 seasons, the Buildcorp Super W and Buildcorp Wallaroos players are ensuring they stay prepared to step-up to new opportunities to lead, perform and inspire in the lead up to the 2022 Women’s Rugby World Cup (and beyond).

This year our sponsorship of rugby is celebrating the power of preparation. Like rugby, much of our work in construction is also unseen. Preparation is the common ground between all high performing teams. It’s thanks to the ‘behind the scenes’ work that the final outcome is a gutsy and polished performance our communities can be proud of.

Images by Karen Watson

We prepare
to be seen

Visibility in women’s sport creates household names, elevates inclusivity, and demonstrates to others what’s possible. With the 2022 Rugby World Cup on the horizon, and a new Pacific Four series in 2022, there is plenty of opportunities to catch their powerful performances in person, live or on demand on Stan Sport.

Viewership of the Buildcorp Super W increased by 36% in 2020

100% matches available on
Stan Sport in 2021

Trails are blazed to create a new path for the next generation and the ongoing growth in women’s and girl’s rugby at every level is something every player past and present should be proud of. 

58% more female club rugby XVs registrations since 2018

Girls made up 45% of ‘Get Into Rugby’ participants in 2020 (balanced pipeline coming soon!)

We prepare
to inspire

We prepare
to perform

All performance outcomes are tied to preparation. In construction, our solutions are developed well before we get to site, as part of our cycle of continual improvement. This ensures out teams can hit the ground running and handover defect-free.

In rugby preparation spans fitness, skills, team work and leadership. Once the team take to the field performance looks like effortless moves, seamless plays and executing the previously impossible.

Wallaroos shown 88% more
running capacity over last 4 years.

Leadership is one of the strongest transferrable skills from sport to business and community. Players experience new leadership opportunities all along their rugby pathway.

For Buildcorp, leadership looks like being one the first to build long term partnerships through grassroots sport sponsorship, and then further focussing that investment to provide equal opportunity. We couldn’t be prouder that the flow-on effect of our investment in the Buildcorp Wallaroos is the attraction of more likeminded sponsors such as Santos and Cadbury.

7 new Super W players chosen on 2021 Wallaroos PONI squad

20 new Wallaroos were capped since 2018

We prepare
to lead

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