NSW State of Origin Women's Team Named

The NSW Rugby League is proud to announce the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Origin team to play Queensland in the 2019 Holden Women’s State of Origin at North Sydney Oval on Friday 21 June.

The NSW Rugby League is proud to announce the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Origin team to play Queensland in the 2019 Holden Women’s State of Origin at North Sydney Oval on Friday 21 June.

New coach Andrew Patmore has named Kezie Apps to captain the side which includes seven debutants, as well as a player (Kylie Hilder) returning after a 10-year absence from NSW representative honors.

The interstate match was played under the Origin banner for the first time in 2018, with NSW claiming honours for the past three successive years.

This year an inaugural Under-18 Women’s Origin match will be played as part of a double-header with the (open) women’s game at North Sydney Oval.

The Harvey Norman NSW Women’s team will have a training day at the NSW Rugby League Centre of Excellence on Sunday 9 June.
 
WHAT: Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Origin team training                        
WHEN: Sunday 9 June 2019
10.15am Training vision
11am Player interviews (up to 15-20 minutes)
11.15am Coach Andrew Patmore available for all-in
WHERE: NSWRL Centre of Excellence Field
12-14 Dawn Fraser Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park
CONTACT: Margie McDonald 0412 599 125
 
The 2019 Harvey Norman NSW Women’s State of Origin team is:

1

Corban

McGregor

Cronulla Sharks

2

Jessica

Sergis

Helensburg Tigers

3

Tiana

Penitani *

Cronulla Sharks

4

Isabelle

Kelly

CRL Newcastle

5

Shakiah

Tungai *

Port Kembla Blacks

6

Kirra

Dibb *

North Sydney Bears

7

Maddison

Studdon

Cronulla Sharks

8

Simaima

Taufa

Mounties

9

Kylie

Hilder

CRL Newcastle

10

Vanessa

Foliaki

Easts Brisbane (QLD)

11

Kezie

Apps (C)

Helensburg Tigers

12

Shontell

Stowers *

North Sydney Bears

13

Hannah

Southwell

CRL Newcastle

INTERCHANGE

14

Botille

Vette-Welsh *

Wests Tigers

15

Holli

Wheeler

Newcastle (CRL)

16

Takilele

Katoa *

Waratah Tigers (Riverina)

17

Millie

Boyle *

Burleigh Bears (QLD)

 

18

Shaylee

Bent 

Mounties

 

Coach: Andrew Patmore

 
* Debutants