Waratahs and Reds set to battle it out in Super W Final

Thu, 01/07/2021, 01:00 am
Nathan Williamson
by Nathan Williamson
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The NSW Waratahs and Queensland Reds are set to add another chapter to their rivalry as they face off in the Super W Final.

The two teams will headline a triple-header on Finals day at C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour.

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The Melbourne Rebels will play the Brumbies at 9:00am AEST as the first of three matches on the day. This will be followed at 11:00 am AEST with President’s XV taking on a Buildcorp Super W Select invitational team made up of non-playing squad members from other teams and a selection of local talent from Regional NSW.

Finally, the Reds and Waratahs will take the field at 1:30 pm to determine the Super W champions, with the Waratahs looking to continue their incredible unbeaten streak.

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“I am thoroughly looking forward to the matches on Saturday, after what has been a fantastic ten days of Women’s Rugby in Coffs Harbour," General Manager, Women’s Rugby Jilly Collins said.

“I am pleased that we have been able to secure the President’s XV a fixture on the finals day too, despite the Western Force having to travel back to Western Australia early due to COVID-19 restrictions.

“We are in for a cracking day of Rugby and I would encourage everyone to tune into Stan, and for locals to head down and watch the action live.

“Finally, I would like to extend my thanks again to the Regional NSW government for their support of the tournament through the Regional Events Acceleration Fund”.


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It will mark the third time the two teams have faced off in the Final since 2018.

On both occasions, the Waratahs narrowly escaped with the victory, defeating their Queensland rivals by five points.

In their only encounter in 2021, they also ran out resounding 46-26 victors over the Reds thanks to a four-try haul to Maya Stewart.


Melbourne Rebels v Brumbies, Saturday 3 July 9:00am AEST, C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour

President’s XV v Super W Select, Saturday 3 July 11:00am AEST, C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour

NSW Waratahs v Queensland Reds, Saturday 3 July 1:30pm AEST, C.ex Coffs International Stadium, Coffs Harbour

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