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Ampol Women's State of Origin Two sold out

The National Rugby League (NRL) has today announced that Ampol Women’s State of Origin II at Newcastle’s McDonald Jones Stadium has sold out.

All tickets were exhausted today for the June 6 contest, which will ensure another record crowd at the game following the Game I record of 25,492 at Suncorp Stadium.

“Women’s rugby league is fast, it’s skilful, it’s exciting, and fans are responding in droves.” NRL CEO Andrew Abdo said.

“Three straight record crowds in three straight Women’s Origin matches, the most watched women’s match in rugby league history and now the first sell out – this all proves women’s rugby league is absolutely soaring.

“Origin One was an amazing, thrilling spectacle, showcasing the very best women athletes in Australia of any sport, and fans clearly can’t wait to see them back on the field in Game Two, where we expect to set new audience benchmarks.”

The Ampol Women’s State of Origin Game Two is proudly supported by the NSW Government through Destination New South Wales.

Tickets for Game Three at Townsville’s Queensland Country Bank Stadium on June 27 are still available via

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