Women’s Rugby League results from 9th September 2018. Super League Round 12 Wigan Warriors 10 Castleford Tigers 12; Featherstone Rovers 12 York City Knights 20; Championship Round 12 Oulton Raidettes 46 Wigan St Patricks 4; Hull FC 34 Widnes Viking’s 14; Barrow 6 Wakefield Trinity 42; Under 19s Round 5 Castleford Tigers U19s 12 Leeds
Women’s Championship Origin – At Millpond Stadium, Featherstone Lions – Saturday 1st September Wakefield Trinity Ladies stand off Lisa Taylor captained the Yorkshire County select to victory on Saturday where they beat Lancashire 28-6. Trinity team mates Dani Swain and Jess Matthews were also selected for the game with Swain offering her team lots of go forward at Prop.
The All-Party Parliamentary Rugby League Group has wished all participating teams well ahead of the double-header Women’s Challenge Shield and Challenge Cup Finals this weekend (Saturday 4 August). The finals will be held at the Halliwell Jones stadium, home of Warrington Wolves, as part of the RFL’s ongoing campaign in partnership with clubs, Foundations and
Women’s Rugby League fixtures for 12th and 13th August 2018 Super League: 12th August 2018 Bradford Bulls v Castleford Tigers, 2 PM; Featherstone Rovers v St Helens, 2 PM; Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors, 2 PM; York City Knights – BYE; Championship 1: 12th August 2018 Brighouse Rangers v East Leeds, 2 PM; Dewsbury Celtic v
Women’s Rugby League results Sunday 8 July 2018 Super League – Round 9 Leeds Rhinos 70 Featherstone Rovers 6; St Helens 42 Bradford Bulls 12; Castleford Tigers 40 York City Knights 10; Friendly Nottingham Outlaws 26 Dearne Valley 6
Wakefield Trinity Ladies remain unbeaten with 6 wins from 6 in the Women’s Championship, grinding out a steely 14-4 victory overs hosts Oulton Raidettes. The Round 6 clash was always going to be an close contest as the 1st and 2nd placed teams faced off at Raider Park. It was Wakefield who started the brighter
Wakefield Trinity Ladies bounced back to winning ways in emphatic style as they unleashed a backlash on Widnes Vikings at the Mobile Rocket Stadium as 16 year old fullback Amy Brinkley registered a hat trick of tries to remain unbeaten in the Women’s Championship. Still hurting after last weeks defeat to the hands of Leeds
Wakefield Trinity Ladies unbeaten start to the 2018 season came to an end this weekend when they took on the arduous task of facing Women’s Super League high fliers Leeds Rhinos Women in the first round of the Challenge Cup. Wakefield welcomed out of retirement former England captain Natalie Gilmour MBE into the starting lineup.
Here are the results from the matches that took place yesterday, Sunday 20 May 2018: Super League – Round 5 St Helens 20 Leeds Rhinos 14; Championship 1 – Round 5 East Leeds 42 Brighouse Rangers 4; Championship – Round 5 Wigan St Patricks 4 Oulton Raidettes 36;
Wakefield Trinity Ladies kept their unbeaten start to the Women’s Championship intact with a convincing 36-6 round four victory over Leigh Miners Rangers. Enjoying home advantage for only the second time this season Wakefield needed to start strongly to contain their capable visitors who entered the fixture with 2 league wins a comprehensive cup