NSW Women will take Queensland in final in the initial Buildcorp Super W series later this month at the beginning of what will be the Australian sports latest country of origin classification.
The Super W final will be played on April 20 at Allianz Stadium in a Super Rugby double head along with the NSW Waratahs v Lions match. The First World War without a spot on their scorecard thanks to a big victory over Rebel's women in their fourth match in the new women's tournament this weekend.
Queensland has only a slight loss this season – a defeat of 18-0 in NSW's hands.
On a weekend with great results, NSW took their rivals 57-0, while the improved Western Force side claimed their second win with their 19-0 defeat and the Brumbies Women.
The coveted victory over the Rebels is a confidence boost for NSW prior to the season referee for two weeks against Queensland.
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In their battle against the rebels, NSW produced 40 of their points in the first half with Crystal Maguire and Shanice Parker both scoring match doubles.
"It allowed us to work on some things we needed to work on and I was absolutely happy, said NSW coach Rob Baumann."
"I impressed the girls, we just wanted to be respect for our resistance, stick to our structure and play some good rugby. & # 39; & # 39;
The Super W final will be played at. 16.45 and will be live on FOX SPORTS.