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Discussion in 'Women's Rugby League' started by Twizzle, Jun 9, 2020.
Yes!!! Great to see the ladies game also running. The growth and potential is too important.
Its is good. Pity its not a 6 week comp of rounds as it was planned.
Will also be interesting considering many won't be playing in state comps. The NSW HNWP will start but will only be 5 or 6 teams by the sound of it
Still only a finals TV filler replacing the old NYC pre finals games with only 4 teams
With Easts and the Warriors who had pulled out at outbreak of covid
Wonder who replaces them ?
the Roosters and Warriors did not pull out, they simply made the point to the NRL how much money they (and the other 2 club) were losing each season and wanted the grant increased.
It was misreported (there is a surprise for you) and the inaugural 4 teams will once again take part this year
Interesting Souths and Cronulla said the same thing the year before
And were not invited to play
Souths and Cronulla did not say the same thing.
They said they would not be putting any of their own money into it. Also the Souths proposal was so amateurish that even if they had offered to pay $1m they still would have been laughed out of the process as they were.
Anyway thats enough lets celebrate that they are running the comp again
siv has been pushing this barrow for a couple of years now. Bit tiresome tbh
Also noting that another stand alone Womens origin after the season. That's going to one cracker of a-game with a full WNRL season lead in. Friday night game. Hopefully we have full crowds back by then.
I hope they run an U18s SOO along side the womens too this year.
Also Roosters announce they have signed Jamie Feeney as their WNRL coach, smart move I think
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