AON Women’s Uni 7s

Aon Women's Uni 7s

The Aon Women's Uni 7s Series is the first domestic Australian sevens competition for women, offering the nation’s rising talent the opportunity to train and play in a high performance environment to stake their claims for national selection.


Sanctioned by UniSport Australia (UniSport), teams are made up of at least 50 per cent student-athletes with the remaining competitors being comprised of non-students. As the pinnacle women’s sevens competition in Australia, the entire national women’s sevens squad will also partake in the series with each club being allocated two superstars from the national squad.

The 2019 edition welcomes the return of The University of Sydney, University of New England, Bond University, The University of Adelaide, The University of Queensland, Griffith University, University of Canberra and The University of Melbourne. The latest edition will also welcome the addition of the University of Technology Sydney and the University of Western Australia for the first time.

In 2019, the Aon Women's Uni 7's will return across four rounds in September and October, taking place at The University of Queensland, Bond University, University of Adelaide and University of Canberra.


2019 Series schedule


Round 1
September 14-15, University of Queensland, Brisbane

Round 2
September 28-29, Bond University, Gold Coast

Round 3
October 12-13, University of Adelaide, Adelaide

Round 4
October 26-27, University of Canberra, Canberra


2019 Series ladder

1st: The University of Queensland
2nd: Griffith University
3rd: The University of Sydney

4th: The University of Canberra

5th: The University of Adelaide

6th: The University of Technology Sydney

7th: Bond University

8th: The University of Western Australia

9th: The University of Melbourne

10th: The University of New England

2018 Series ladder

1st: Griffith University
2nd: The University of Queensland
3rd: Macquarie University

4th: The University of Sydney

5th: The University of Adelaide

6th: The University of Canberra

7th: The University of New England

8th: The University of Tasmania

9th: Bond University

10th: The University of Melbourne