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Women's Rugby League Tue Apr 17, 2018 3:33 pm  

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I'm sure that with the Rugby Football League PR machine in overdrive the extension of the Women's Super League to seven teams and a full fourteen round programme has not passed you by.

This is the place to discuss all things women's rugby league, Karen has agreed to moderate and other mods will look in now and again.

Let's all get behind this great initiative for our sport and support this new venture.
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Re: Women's Rugby League Tue Apr 17, 2018 7:53 pm  

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Great to see the ladies feature on the Super League Show on Monday night.

Excellent coverage of Bradford v Leeds game too.

Hopefully there is more to come.
Re: Women's Rugby League Wed Apr 18, 2018 12:13 pm  

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ricardo07 wrote:
Great to see the ladies feature on the Super League Show on Monday night.

Excellent coverage of Bradford v Leeds game too.

Hopefully there is more to come.

Hope bbc or sky start showing games it will be good to watch
Re: Women's Rugby League Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:27 pm  
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ricardo07 wrote:
Great to see the ladies feature on the Super League Show on Monday night.

Excellent coverage of Bradford v Leeds game too.

Hopefully there is more to come.

Good to see the game featured but the Leeds player who was in the studio was a terrible guest she just kept repeating what Tanya Arnold said to her
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Re: Women's Rugby League Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:25 am  

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Someday wrote:
Hope bbc or sky start showing games it will be good to watch

Not sure I'd agree there. It's great that it's happening, but the standard (right now!) is very poor. Let them find their feet first.
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Re: Women's Rugby League Fri Apr 20, 2018 10:23 am  

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Good luck ladies
Re: Women's Rugby League Sat Apr 21, 2018 8:55 am  
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Grimmy wrote:
Not sure I'd agree there. It's great that it's happening, but the standard (right now!) is very poor. Let them find their feet first.

what better encouragement than the game getting exposure and more people taking part?

Would love to see it gaining exposure and coverage. (Although I'm not sure you can call number nine in the women's game a "hooker") :lol:
Re: Women's Rugby League Fri Apr 27, 2018 10:50 am  
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Had a few years watching the Ladies league when my daughter played for Thatto Heath. I have to say I enjoyed it more than Super League. Just honest rugby, and I can tell you some fantastic skill in the ranks. The more you watch you will see the stand out players. Well done RFL and well done ladies.
Re: Women's Rugby League Fri May 11, 2018 4:10 pm  

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Yes this great. I think it should be a requirement of Super League membership that you fund a women's team. I really hope it does well.
Re: Women's Rugby League Mon May 21, 2018 9:35 am  

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Really enjoyed the games so far.
Best player - Tara Stanley (Castleford)
Best youngster - Becky Greenfield (Wigan)

It's been a great comp so far and when the Bulls get back to full strength I think any of 5 teams can win the competition.
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