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The Harvey Norman Queensland Women’s team head into camp on the Gold Coast tomorrow to prepare for this Sunday’s Interstate Challenge match against NSW.

The Queensland side relinquished the Nellie Doherty Cup for the first time last year after previously going 17 years undefeated.

As well as hoping to perform well in the big game, players from both sides will also be competing for a spot in the Harvey Norman Jillaroos squad to participate in the Women’s Rugby League World Cup which kicks off in November.

Sunday’s match is also set to be the last in Queensland colours for two of the game’s greatest female players, with Steph Hancock and Renae Kunst indicating this will be their last year playing representative football.

The Women’s Interstate Challenge match will be played as a double-header with the Round 20 Harvey Norman Women in League match between the St George Illawarra Dragons and Manly Sea Eagles at WIN Stadium, Wollongong.

The game will be televised live on Fox Sports from 11.30am, Sunday, July 23. 

Stay tuned to for more news from the Queensland Women's camp this week.

Harvey Norman Queensland Women’s team:



QLD Women’s Rep number

1. Karina Brown

Easts Tigers


2. Chelsea Baker

Gladstone Wallabys


3. Amelia Kuk

Brothers Ipswich


4. Jenni-Sue Hoepper

Townsville Women


5. Courtney Robinson

Brothers Ipswich

Yet to Debut

6. Zahara Temara

Burleigh Bears

Yet to Debut

7. Ali Brigginshaw

Brothers Ipswich


8. Stephanie Hancock

Easts Tigers


9. Brittany Breayley

Brothers Ipswich


10. Heather Ballinger

West Brisbane Panthers


11. Renae Kunst

West Brisbane Panthers


12. Tazmin Gray

Burleigh Bears


13. Rona Peters

Burleigh Bears


14. Sasha Mahuika

Easts Tigers

Yet to Debut

15. Kody House

Brothers Ipswich


16. Asipau Mafi

West Brisbane Panthers

Yet to Debut

17. Chelsea Lenarduzzi

Burleigh Bears

Yet to Debut 

18. Kate Haren

Cairns Women


Coach: Adrian Vowles
Assistant Coach: Ben Jeffries 

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