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

  
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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  

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