Philippines women's national rugby union team
|Union||Philippine Rugby Football Union|
|Coach(es)||Joe Palabay Dawson|
| Philippines 55–0 Laos |
(Manila, Philippines; June 16, 2012)
| China 36–0 Philippines |
(Vientiane, Laos; November 24, 2011)
The Philippines national rugby union team, nicknamed the "Lady Volcanoes" represents the Philippines in international rugby union.The side first played international sevens in 2010 at the Asian Championships, and in the same year played their first XVs rugby in a non-test match developmental tournament involving Laos and Thailand. Their first test match was in 2011. They competed in the 2011 and 2012 editions of the Asian Championship.
They went on a hiatus from full 11-a-side rugby until 2018, when the competed in the Division I Asian Championships.
(Full internationals only)
See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering
|2011-11-24 (AC)||China||36-0||Philippines||Chao Anou Vong stadium, Vientiane, Laos||[5/1/1]|
|2011-11-25 (AC)||Thailand||39-0||Philippines||Chao Anou Vong stadium, Vientiane, Laos||[6/2/1]|
|2011-11-26 (AC)||Laos||12-20||Philippines||Chao Anou Vong stadium, Vientiane, Laos||[3/3/1]|
|2012-06-14 (AC)||Philippines||14-50||Thailand||Manila, Philippines||[4/8/2]|
|2012-06-16 (AC)||Philippines||55-0||Laos||Manila, Philippines||[5/5/2]|
- "Lady Volcanoes bound for Singapore". Manila Bulletin. 5 June 2018. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
- Philippine Rugby Football Union official website
- Philippines at IRB.com
- Philippines national team at RugbyInAsia.com
- Manila 10s the social Rugby tournament that has promoted Rugby Union in the Philippines