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The grand finals of the SEQ Women’s competition will be played tomorrow (Saturday, September 17) at Bishop Park.

All three grades will play their deciders in a massive day of league that will also feature the BRL A Grade grand final.

Logan City Hawks, Souths Sunnybank and Burleigh won through last weekend to play on grand final day.

The full results from last weekend are listed below:  

SEQ Senior Women’s competition results (Emerson Park, September 10, 2016)

C Grade:
(Olivia Gaffiero, Kyesha Randall, Mihikore Nolan-Davis, Janet Mitchell, Cherri Neho Tries; Teesha Gavin 2 goals) def INALA 18 (Clarice Stanley 2, Kayely Egert tries; Kate Eldridge 3 goals)

B Grade:
(Anna-Marie Afuie 2, Shannon Mato 2, Chantelle Dodd, Brittany Breayley, Natalie Gala tries; Chantelle Dodd 6, Clare O’Driscoll goals) def WYNNUM MANLY 22 (Elizabeth Shelford-Edwards 2, Wirihita Shelford, Johanna McCormick tries; Christine Rogers 3 goals)

A Grade:
(Tazmin Gray 2, Alysha Lee, Tarnisha Lyons, Tayla Pilley, Selena Tranter tries; Zahara Temara 3 goals) def BEERWAH 0


Tomorrow, the rivalry between the Magpies and Souths will continue in the A Grade Women’s final and it set to be another cracking encounter. The Bears will be looking to go back-to-back after breaking the dominance of Souths last year.

The B Grade and C Grade finals will also see plenty of talent on display with some entertaining football expected.

Download the full team lists for grand finals here

SEQ Women’s competition grand finals – Saturday, September 17 at Bishop Park

C Grade: Mt Gravatt v Logan City Hawks – 11am
B Grade: Toowoomba v Sunnybank – 12.20pm
A Grade:  Souths v Burleigh – 1.40pm

Programmes are available at the gate. Entry to the venue is $5. 

If you can't attend the games - the Women's A Grade match between Souths and Burleigh will be live streamed. Watch the live stream HERE.

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