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The award was in recognition of them not only starting a women's team but also successfully securing the team's inclusion in the Rugby Football Union for Women (RFUW) league for next season.
Recently the Rugby Football Union for Women invested pounds 45,000 to attract more girls to the sport in Yorkshire.
WARWICKSHIRE and Guinness Premiership referee David Rose is joining the Rugby Football Union for Women as head of development in September.
According to Julia Hutton, RFUW (Rugby Football Union for Women) media manager, the women team's achievement was unprecedented in Six Nations' history.
Mr Edwards moved into coaching after he stopped playing for Droitwich, running courses for the Rugby Football Union for Women
Ms Burns, who is also president of Rugby Football Union for Women and a British Lioness, was part of the England team that won the Women's Rugby World Cup in 1994.
MBEs go to ex-Olympic sports coach Wilf Paish, Match of the Day's recently retired statistician Albert Sewell, Gillian Burns, president of the Rugby Football Union for Women, tennis player Peter Norfolk and David Brailsford, of British cycling.
The Rugby Football Union for Women has agreed to Northumbria hosting and managing the National Championships from May 28-31, 2004.
The Rugby Football Union for Women is made up of more than 350 clubs, including women's versions of Wasps, Saracens, Worcester and London Welsh.
Rugby Football Union for Women President Gill Burns, who's been instrumental in getting girls rugby on the North of England Schools Invitational Sevens agenda, said: "This competition has a reputation for being a really enjoyable occasion for the boys because of a combination of good rugby, good organisation, friendship and fun, and that's why I am particularly excited about this year's event with it being the inaugural girls' competition.
RUGBY UNION: The Rugby Football Union for Women's Senior Regional Programme reaches its climax on Sunday with West Midlands going head to head against Yorkshire in the series final at Moseley (12pm).
President, Rugby Football Union for Women. For services to Sport.