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  • Jillaroos name team to face England

    Jillaroos name team to face England

    The Harvey Norman Jillaroos welcome a number of fresh players into the team to face England tomorrow afternoon in their second Women’s Rubgy League World Cup pool match.

  • England down spirited Orchids

    England down spirited Orchids

    England earned a hard-fought victory despite losing a host of players to injuries, running away with a strong 38-8 victory over Papua New Guinea yesterday.

  • Jillaroos post strong opening win

    Jillaroos post strong opening win

    The Australian Jillaroos have opened their Women’s World Cup title defence in style with a strong 58-4 victory over the Cook Islands in Cronulla.

  • NRL Girls Nines in Toowoomba

    NRL Girls Nines in Toowoomba

    NRL Development (in partnership with Toowoomba Junior Rugby League) are currently conducting a free four-week non-contact competition for girls 12 to 18 years.

  • WRLWC2017 Round 1 teams

    WRLWC2017 Round 1 teams

    The Women's Rugby League World Cup kicks off today (Thursday) in Sydney and the six nations - Australia, Canada, Cook Islands, England, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea - have named 19-player squads for their games.

  • Women's RLWC launched

    Women's RLWC launched

    The rise of women’s rugby league is set to reach new levels on an international scale, with the 2017 Rugby League Women’s World Cup games to be broadcast on FTA television in Australia, New Zealand and PNG.

  • Jillaroos team to face Cook Islands

    Jillaroos team to face Cook Islands

    Harvey Norman Jillaroos coach Brad Donald has named four Jillaroos debutants in the team to face the Cook Islands first up in the 2017 Women’s Rugby League World Cup.

  • Play in A Different League

    Play in A Different League

    Junior rugby league registrations are open for season 2018, with the NRL launching a new campaign today inviting participants to ‘play in a different league’ next year.

  • Hancock's commitment pays off

    Hancock's commitment pays off

    As one of the most decorated Jillaroos to ever represent her country, Queensland veteran Steph Hancock has gone to hell and back in 2017 so she could simply go out on her terms and will help lead the Jillaroos at this year's WRLwC.

  • Jillaroos name WRLWC skippers

    Jillaroos name WRLWC skippers

    Harvey Norman Jillaroos coach Brad Donald has named three co-captains a week out from the Jillaroos first match of the 2017 Women’s Rugby League World Cup.

  • Jillaroos arrive in camp

    Jillaroos arrive in camp

    The Jillaroos have assembled in camp to ready themselves for the upcoming Women's Rugby League World Cup.

  • Attend Harvey Norman Girls Clinic

    Attend Harvey Norman Girls Clinic

    Get in quick and register for the latest Harvey Norman Girls Clinic being held later this month.

  • Women's RLWC2017 squads

    Women's RLWC2017 squads

    With under two weeks until the start of the historic 2107 Women's Rugby League World Cup, the final squads for the six competing nations have been announced.

  • Cowboys Schoolgirls Challenge wrap

    Cowboys Schoolgirls Challenge wrap

    The 2017 Cowboys Schoolgirls Challenge was staged at Townville’s Centrals Tigers ASA Junior Rugby last month, with a great display of rugby league put on by the young players.

  • QPICC 2017 player awards

    QPICC 2017 player awards

    The three-day Queensland Pacific Island Cultural Carnival at Beenleigh concluded on Sunday, with the annual tournament once again proving a success.