Super W draw confirmed


By NSW Rugby Media Unit

NSW Women, the inaugural Super W champions, will take on the Brumbies Women to headline the opening round of the 2019 season, with the sides set to do battle at GIO Stadium, Canberra on Saturday 23 February.

The competition will reach new heights in 2019 with all matches to be shown live on Kayo Sports while FOX Sports Australia will play back every doubleheader.

Fans will also be able to watch every clash online via and the Rugby Xplorer App with season two of Buildcorp Super W set to reach more Australians than ever before.

The NSW Women v Brumbies opening round match will form the first half of a doubleheader with the Brumbies men’s team to face the Chiefs in Round Two of Vodafone Super Rugby.

Leichhardt Oval will host the first of the NSW Women’s team’s two home matches, against 2018 beaten finalist Queensland Women. The last home game is in Bathurst against the Melbourne Rebels Women in March.

For all NSW Women's home games, all juniors who register with their club in 2019 will have free access to the Super W matches if they show their season pass. All NSW Waratahs season members will also have free access to games.

Ticket sales from the two home matches will go towards the development of women's rugby in NSW. Cost of tickets are $10 for an adult and $5 for concession.

Super W 2019 will also see an additional Finals match with a Grand Final playoff between the second and third-placed teams on the table, who will play off for a berth in the decider against the first-placed side.

Super W’s inaugural season in 2018 drew unprecedented viewership to Women’s Rugby in Australia and that resulted in a significant spike in trialists across the competition this year.

2019 Super W Draw (all times local)

Round 1:
Saturday 23 February at 1700

Brumbies Women v NSW Women*, GIO Stadium, Canberra
Sunday 24 February at 1500
Melbourne Rebels Women v Queensland Women, Box Hill RFC, Melbourne

Round 2:
Saturday 2 March at 1600

Queensland Women v RugbyWA Women*, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Sunday 3 March at 1500
Brumbies Women v Melbourne Rebels Women, Seiffert Oval, Queanbeyan

Round 3:
Friday 8 March at 1700

Melbourne Rebels Women v RugbyWA Women*, AAMI Park, Melbourne
Sunday 10 March at 1500
NSW Women v Queensland Women, Leichhardt Oval, Sydney

Round 4:
Saturday 16 March at 1700

Queensland Women v Brumbies Women, Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane
Sunday 17 March at 1530
RugbyWA Women v NSW Women, Curtin University, Perth

Round 5:
Sunday 24 March at 1400

RugbyWA Women v Brumbies Women, Wanneroo Rugby Club, WA
Sunday 24 March at 1500
NSW Women v Melbourne Rebels Women, Anne Ashwood Park, Bathurst

*Denotes doubleheader

Playoff on 30/31 March
Grand Final on 6/7April






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