RUGBY World Cup fever is set to sweep the county in the coming weeks and capture the imagination.

To mark the tournament Greyhound Ladies are encouraging women to try the sport for free at one of their Warrior Camps.

Warrior Camps are a fun-packed and commitment free way for women to experience the exciting sport of rugby.

With plenty of help on hand, the club will introduce women to the basics of rugby whilst encouraging them to step out of their comfort zone and unleash the Inner Warrior.

The session will be taking place on Thursday, September 26 between 7pm and 8.30pm at Hereford City Sports, on Grandstand Road, Hereford.

Steve Grainger, Rugby Development Director at the RFU said: “The Rugby World Cup offers us a fantastic platform to showcase the game of rugby to those who might not yet know the benefits they could experience from becoming involved in the sport.

"For those inspired by the World Cup, the Warrior Camps offer women the opportunity to try it for themselves in a fun and welcoming environment.”

Greyhound Ladies suffered a 83-0 league defeat last weekend at the hands of last year's NC1 Midlands champions Sutton Coldfield Ladies.