The first annual South East Queensland Women’s Nines competition will kick-off this weekend, with eight teams from across the area vying to take out the honours.

The tournament will take place on Sunday at Bora Ring, Banyo and is easily accessible by fans of all clubs.

The teams have been spilt into two pools with the two teams who top their pools to play in a final at 3pm.

Cost to get in is Free and gates open at 10am, with junior games playing prior to the Women’s tournament – so make sure you head down and watch some great Women’s Rugby League action.

The games will serve as a good entry into the SEQ Senior Womens competition which will start on the weekend of April 2-3.

 

Senior Women’s Nines Competition - 2016

 

TEAMS: Pool A

   

TEAMS: Pool B

 
 

Barbarians

   

Burleigh

 
 

Beerwah

 

 

Souths Sunnybank

 
 

Norths Ipswich

 

 

Mt Gravatt

 
 

Aspley

 

 

Jimboomba

 

Women’s Nines Draw – Sunday, March 20:

Field

Time

Team 1

 

Team 2

Venue

1

12:30pm

Barbarians

v

Beerwah

Bora Ring

2

12:30pm

Mt Gravatt

v

Jimboomba

Bora Ring

 

1

12:55pm

Burleigh

v

Souths Sunnybank

Bora Ring

2

12:55pm

North Ipswich

v

Aspley

Bora Ring

 

1

1:20pm

Mt Gravatt

v

Souths Sunnybank

Bora Ring

2

1:20pm

Barbarians

v

North Ipswich

Bora Ring

 

1

1:45pm

Beerwah

v

Aspley

Bora Ring

2

1:45pm

Burleigh

v

Jimboomba

Bora Ring

 

1

2:10pm

Barbarians

v

Aspley

Bora Ring

2

2:10pm

Burleigh

v

Mt Gravatt

Bora Ring

 

1

2:35pm

Jimboomba

v

Souths Sunnybank

Bora Ring

2

2:35pm

North Ipswich

v

Beerwah

Bora Ring

 

1

3pm

Winner Pool A

v

Winner Pool B

Bora Ring

SEQ Senior Women's competition update:

The 2016 SEQ Senior Women’s Rugby League competition will kick off on April 2-3 with the following clubs having nominated teams to participate in the 2016 season:

·         Aspley

·         Norths Ipswich

·         Beerwah

·         Souths

·         Burleigh

·         Souths Sunnybank

·         Carina

·         Swifts

·         Easts Mt Gravatt

·         Toowoomba

·         Flagstone Phoenix

·         University of Queensland

·         Jimboomba

·         West Inala

·         Logan City Hawks

·         Wynnum Manly

Keep an eye on www.QRL.com.au for more updates as they come.