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THIS past Saturday (June 29) saw some well fought matches in the BDWRL competition.

In Division 1, Beerwah just pushed over for a win; defeating West Inala with a close score of 24-18.

Souths Logan once again proved their dominance on the competition, defeating Logan Brothers 48-10. Burleigh gained the 2 points on a bye.

In Division 2, Aspley still keep their firm hold on the top spot, defeating Wynnum Manly 30-4.

Carina also proved too strong, defeating the Swifts 22-0 while Deception Bay gained the 2 points with their bye.

From this weekend, the competition will go on two-week break, with many players taking part in the Womens World Cup in the United Kingdom.

The Australian Jillaroos will play their first game against England on Friday, July 5.

You can follow their progress on social media:



A full draw is listed below this story. The Queensland Rugby League will also endeavour to provide updates from the team when possible.

The BDWRL competition ladder for each division is as follows:

Division 1

Souths Logan 23

Burleigh 23

Beerwah 18

West Inala 16

Logan Brothers 12

Division 2

Aspley 16

Deception Bay 11

Carina 10

Wynnum Manly 5

Swifts 2

The competition will restart on July 20 with Logan Brothers against West Inala at Civic Park at 1.30pm.

The southernmost team Burleigh will visit the northernmost team, Beerwah at 3pm; while Aspley and Deception Bay will come head to head at Kirby Park at 4.30pm.

On Sunday (June 21), the Swifts will host to Wynnum Manly at 5pm. Souths Logan and Carina get the bye.

Womens Rugby League World Cup 2013:

Friday July 5 Tetleys Stadium, Dewsbury:

4pm New Zealand Women v France Women

6pm England Women v Australia Women

Monday July 8 BigFellas Stadium, Featherstone:

6pm France Women v Australia Women

8pm England Women v New Zealand Women

Thursday July 11 Stadium, Batley:

6pm New Zealand Women v Australia Women

8pm England Women v France Women

Saturday July 13 South Leeds Stadium, Leeds:

6pm 3rd Place Play-Off

Sunday July 14 Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Leeds:

1.45pm Womens Rugby League World Cup Final

(UK times listed)

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