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Women's Interstate Challenge - NEW SOUTH WALES v QUEENSLAND

Time: 3.10pm
Date: Saturday, July 23, 2016
Venue: Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast
Referee: Jakson Shearer
Commentators: Frank Barrett, Jo Barrett, Brent Tate  
Hashtags: #QLDER

 

Team lists

QUEENSLAND

1. Karina Brown 2. Chelsea Baker 3. Annette Brander 4. Amelia Kuk 5. Kody House 6. Ali Brigginshaw 7. Courtney Lockwood 8. Steph Hancock (c) 9. Brittany Breayley 10. Heather Ballinger 11. Renae Kunst (vc) 12. Tazmin Gray 13. Rona Peters 14. Libby Cook-Black 15. Stefanie Gallagher 16. Selena Tranter 17. Tegan Rolfe 18. Sarah Walker

Coach: Brad Donald


NEW SOUTH WALES

1. Samantha Bremner 2. Isabelle Kelly 3. Corban McGregor 4. Caitlin Moran 5. Nakia Davis-Welsh 6. Allana Ferguson 7. Maddie Studdon 8. Ruan Sims 9. Rebecca Riley 10. Elianna Walton 11. Kezie Apps 12. Vanessa Foliaki 13. Simaima Taufa 14. Lavina Phillips 15. Jennifer Latu 16. Jasmin Allende 17. Rebecca Young 18. Ruby Ewe 

Coach: Ben Cross


The Queensland Women's Interstate Challenge team will be out to extend their 17-year unbeaten run against their NSW counterparts at Cbus Super Stadium on the Gold Coast tomorrow, Saturday 23rd July. Kickoff is at 3:10pm, ahead of the Round 20 NRL match between the Titans and Parramatta. 

After a hard-fought 4-4 draw last year, our women are out to go one better this year, and keep NSW winless in the history of the interstate match.

Queensland and Jillaroos captain Steph Hancock knows the task is getting tougher, "The gap has definitely closed and I think this year, if anything, their side has probably got the same amount of experience as what we do. They've probably got a few key players that we don't really have this year."

Having said that, Hancock can't stomach the thought of losing to NSW.

"If I have to feel that experience, what it's like to be beaten by New South Wales in my lifetime ... I won't be able to handle it," said Hancock, who captained Queensland for the first time last year.

Aside from the qrl.com.au live stream, FOX Sports will provide a delayed broadcast of the game on FOX Sports 1 at 6.30pm on Sunday, July 24.

Follow the scores live on QRL Live