The TIAR Awards continue to surge forward. Today you'll have the opportunity to vote on the Women's Club 7s Player of the Year.
Kimber Rozier: Fans have long known about Rozier's abilities yet the 15s and 7s veteran put in another banner year playing for the Club 7s Nationals champions Scion Sirens. Rozier simply knows how to show up in big moments and did so time and time again for the Sirens. All one has to do is to look at her dominating display in the finals to evidence of her talent. As the leader of the top 7s team in the country she was an easy pick to make our short-list.
Jess Wooden: The ARPTC weren't able to repeat as champions this year running into the Sirens in the semi-finals but that wasn't due to the play of Wooden. She was all over the pitch for her side making big plays, especially defensively. If we had to pick one player to break out this year we'd go with Wooden.
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Rachel Johnson: Although ORSU lost to Old Blue in the semi-finals they had a fantastic run this summer in large part to the play of Rachel Johnson. Like Rozier and Wooden, Johnson was always able to punch in that much needed score at the right time. Better yet, she was a leader for ORSU. Six tries in six matches, like Johnson had at the Club 7s Nationals, will certainly help you lead by example.
VOTE: Women's Club 7s Player of the Year— ThisIsAmericanRugby (@ThisIsAmerRugby) January 3, 2017
More info on each player here: https://t.co/rY25eEAYd8