The Jillaroos have suffered a blow in their preparation for Friday's Anzac Test against the Kiwi Ferns, with former skipper Steph Hancock ruled out wi...
Queensland Women’s captain Steph Hancock has told NRL.com that 2017 will be her 15th and final year playing rugby league, eyeing a Rugby League ...
Watch the Live Stream of Central Division's 47th Battalion from Barmaryee Sports Complex in Yeppoon this weekend, all weekend, with kick-off at 10am o...
Harvey Norman Jillaroos coach Brad Donald has named a strong squad of 25 women, ahead of the ANZAC Test Match Double Header in Canberra on Friday, May...
Ipswich Brothers fell just short of mounting a remarkable comeback and went down 32-30 to West Brisbane Panthers in their Round 2 SEQ Women’s St...
The SEQ Women’s competition starts back up again this weekend following last weekend’s hiatus for the Easter break.
The QRL and NSWRL joined together to announce an exciting new partnership with Harvey Norman this week that will provide a huge boost to female participation in rugby league.
Jillaroos back-rower Renae Kunst is excited by the announcement that Harvey Norman will sponsor women's rugby league pathway programs in both Queensland and New South Wales moving forward.
QRL and NSWRL have joined forces today for the historic announcement of Harvey Norman as the first major sponsor of women’s Rugby League and the unbroken pathway from Under 6 girls to Open rep competition.
The SEQ Women’s competition kicked off at the weekend, with Division 1 and Division 3 teams taking to the field.
The SEQ Women’s competition kicks off this weekend with 19 teams involved across three divisions.
With just under a month until this year’s Central Division 47th Battalion competition, the South West Mustangs Women’s Rugby League team are preparing to make a difference after experiencing recent success.
The Emu Park Emus are determined to go all the way in this year’s CQ Women’s competition after lifting the Highlands Hit Out Cup in Emerald at the weekend.
Despite the wet weather, women and girls from across the region are ready to hit it out in Emerald this weekend at the annual Highlands Hit Out Women’s Rugby League carnival.
In what is a huge boost for women's sport in the Central Queensland region, Gladstone and Rockhampton will field stand-alone women's teams for the first time in the 47th Battalion on Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30 in Yeppoon.
The Anderson family from Ipswich recently featured in the Queensland Times newspaper for their combined love of rugby league.
The 2017 Adrian Vowles Cup was held in Charleville at the weekend with a record 17 teams competing.
The inaugural All Stars game on Saturday night was spectacular both on the field and off the field.
This season will see the introduction of a new and exciting development program across QRL Central Division which will specifically target emerging female players.
Belinda Sleeman’s involvement with the local touch football competition in Rockhampton provided the pathway for her entry into refereeing and now the NRL match official has come full circle by joining Queensland Touch Football in a full-time media role.