Oxford women's team strips!

2013-12-03 15:05
Rugby ball (File)
Cape Town - The Oxford University women's rugby team have caught the eye in England after posing for their own naked calendar.

According to the Mail Online website, the female team stripped down to just their rugby boots and socks for the black and white photographs taken around the city.

The idea came to the players after some of them helped sell a similar offering by the men's side last year.

Proceeds from the calendar will be used to raise money for Mind Your Head, Oxford's mental health awareness campaign.

Twenty-five-year-old Tatiana Cutts, who is the club captain, said that while it was a bit nerve-nerve-racking at first, it turned out to be good fun and great for team bonding.

The PhD law student dismissed the idea that the calendar is distasteful and said it was for a good cause.

CLICK HERE to visit the calendar website.

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