DHL Western Province and Blue Bulls Women’s rugby teams remain unbeaten as round four of the SA Rugby Women’s Premier Division took centre stage this past weekend. #GoGirls
Cell C Sharks Women
SA Rugby Women’s Premier Division champions Border Women will start the defence of their title against the Blue Bulls Women at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria as the 2022 rendition of the top-flight provincial women’s competition kicks off.
The Cell C Sharks Women ensured they will remain in the Women’s Premier Division next season when they beat the Mastercard Golden Lions Women by 27-0 in their promotion-relegation match.
The Mastercard Golden Lions Women will have a chance to defend the First Division title they won in 2019 against Free State Women in Johannesburg, after the final had to be postponed last week #GoGirls
DHL Western Province and Mastercard Golden Lions will have their minds firmly set on defending their titles when they take the field against Border Ladies and Free State respectively in Women’s Premier and First Division finals this weekend #GoGirls
Western Province will take on Border Ladies in the Women’s Premier Division final on Friday, while Free State will meet MasterCard Golden Lions Women in the First Division final after the latter teams booked their places in the closing round of pool matches this past weekend #GoGirls
2019 Women’s Premier Division finalists, Western Province and Border Ladies, proved once again why they deserve to battle it out for the title this season after further victories in the penultimate pool round of the competition #GoGirls
An exciting weekend loaded with rugby as the Premier Division strikes round eight, while the First Division Group 2 teams enter round three of their pool stages, and Group 1 of First Division kicks off #GoGirls
Border Ladies bounced back from successive defeats to outplay Blue Bulls Women, while Western Province reaffirmed their status as favourites to defend their Women’s Premier Division crown #GoGirls
The scramble for second place on the standings will be a big driving force for a few Women’s Premier Division teams this weekend as the competition enters round seven, while teams in Group 2 of the First Division will look to build on their momentum. #GoGirls