News Article

Victories to both NSW teams see Sydney play for title retention in final round of Buildcorp Womens XV

  
Printable Version Printable Version    Recommend Recommend    Email to a friend Email to a friend
  
Share   

13/05/2017
By NSW Waratahs Media unit


Sydney have put themselves into the 2017 Championship final after downing the girls from Western Australia 13-0.

The current champs have held the title for four consecutive years, and will be going for their fifth defence tomorrow when they take on ACT at 12:15PM AEST at Runaway Bay Sports Centre.

NSW Country will be playing ADFRU for the 5th spot tomorrow at 9:45AM AEST after beating Victoria in the third round today 22-7.

Make sure you tune into the action live at www.waratahs.com.au/livestream to cheer our girls on!

 

2017 Buildcorp National Women’s XVs Championship round three results:
Pool A

ADRFU 24-0 South Australia Barbarians  
Sydney 13-0 Western Australia
 
Pool B
NSW Country 22-7 Victoria
ACT 5-3 Queensland

2017 Buildcorp National Women’s XVs Championship Finals Day Fixtures:
Seventh Place Play Off
South Australia Barbarians v Victoria, 8.30am AEST
 
Fifth Place Play Off
ADFRU v NSW Country, 9.45am AEST
 
Third Place Play Off
Western Australia v Queensland, 11.00am AEST
 
Championship Final
Sydney v ACT, 12.15pm AEST  

Latest News

Young Guns Dempsey and Kellaway set for hit out at Coogee prior to Queenstown injection
While the NSW Waratahs have shipped off across the Tasman for their two-game tour of New Zealand, Andrew Kellaway and Jack Dempsey will go head-to-head against each other in club land this afternoon. Read full article...
Vale Denis O'Callaghan

The New South Wales Rugby Union is mourning the loss of former Waratah and Wallaby backrower Denis O’Callaghan, who passed away earlier this week.

Read full article...
NSW Country Championships in Nowra all wrapped up
The NSW Country Championships were held last weekend down in Nowra on the South Coast of New South Wales, and featured six zone teams and hundreds of junior participants from across the state. Read full article...
RSS