2018 W-NSWRL Comps

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  1. siv

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    With 3 womens comps in 2018. 4 if its really Division 1 / Division 2

    We probably need a seperate thread for draws and results

    U16s carnival in July
    U18s junior format
    The top tier comp
     
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    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    Tarsha Gale discussion has largely taken place within Ball/Matts but I guess it can go here

    http://bit.ly/2018TGCupDraw for ongoing updated Tarsha Gale Cup draw.

    Still a ways away from the NSW Womens Premiership draw - comp kicks off Mar 25
     
  3. siv

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    For main W-NSWRL premiership are there two divisions or just one ?
     
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  4. Tigers1986

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    From what I can infer of the article - there's the Premiership (top tier) and Championship
     
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    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    I don't know that the second division is called "championship".

    But yes, the Harvey Norman Women's Premiership is the 'top tier' and now contains

    • Cabramatta
    • Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs
    • Brothers Penrith
    • South Sydney Rabbitohs
    • North Sydney Bears
    • Wentworthville Magpies
    • Mounties
    • Newcastle
    • Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks
    The only surviving team by the looks is Cronulla-Caringbah.

    As I understand the teams from last year, for the most part, will contest what's called the Women's Open Conference (second tier)

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    Conference/Championship, it's just semantics lol
     
  7. Footy Tragic

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    I think Mounties were also part of last years comp
     
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    Souths have basically pinched Redfern AllBlacks team and as mentioned elsewhere I think Newcastle is North Newcastle
     
  9. siv

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    After another two 90 plus blow outs I would to suggest we need to rejig the W-U18s

    Currently its 9s

    But not in 2 x 9 min halves - it is 4 x 15 min quarters with 9 players and 6 interchanges

    We need to give the girls a chance to help each other in defence

    They looked stuffed after just one quarter

    I beleive 60 min is a ok duration just like the men or go back to 25 min halves like u14s/u15s

    Option 1 - reduce the width of the field if we are to play 9s - come in 5 or 10m each side

    Option 2 - we already have 15 players each week - just revert back to normal 13 players with 4 interchanges
     
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  10. siv

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    Isnt this weekend coming round 1 for the W-NSWRL ?
     
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    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    Yep. If you potter around this site you might find the draw :eyes:
     
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    Today was a bit of a moment in history for WRL.
    It was the first game of Women's RL played as a curtain raiser for a first grade game.

    While Cronulla outclassed the Roosters it was a good game of RL. Some great hits in defense.
    It was a good showcase and the crowd really got into it .
    well done to both teams
     
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    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    While that might be true in terms of games for a competition, the Sharks and Dragons and possibly Raiders from memory have all hosted Women's curtain raisers at NRL games in recent years. Cronulla in particular.

    As for the actual Women's Premiership (the game you speak of was only a TG Cup U18's game of four fifteen minute quarters), that mantle will be held by South Sydney and Canterbury this Friday at ANZ, 1:55pm kickoff prior to the NRL clash. There are a few NSW Womens Premiership games scheduled for NRL curtain raisers this year which is great news.
     
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    This was the first "Real competition" womens game of RL held as a curtain raiser to a first grade game.

    You can't change that fact that while "only Tarsha Gale" it was still a competition match.
    It is great that there are more, but they will never the be first
     
  16. siv

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    I beleive the W-NSWRL started in 2005
     
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    There are def been competitions for a long time and its great to see more recognition
     
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    Is there a 2nd division for Women? If so, Wenty and Newcastle need to be relegated.
     
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    There is an A grade comp that feeds into teams in the NSW WRL.

    Its surprising with Newcastle being strong last year..
    I imagine there was some emotion in that win by Cronulla
     
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    Timmah LeagueUnlimited News Editor Staff Member

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    From what I recall a TGC game actually was a curtain raiser last season, can't remember which game though.
     

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