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2023 Super W Season Launched In Sydney

The Buildcorp Super W com­petition was launched in Sydney on Wednesday coin­ciding with International Wom­en’s Day, with the captains from all six Super Rugby Clubs across Australia and Fiji gathered to of­ficially launch the 2023 season.
10 Mar 2023 17:45
2023 Super W Season Launched In Sydney
Super W captains at the 2023 season launch. Front row (from left) : Piper Duck (NSW Waratahs), and Shannon Parry (QLD Reds). Back row (from left): Siokapesi Palu (ACT Brumbies), Ash Marsters (Melbourne Rebels), Bitila Tawake (Fijiana Drua) and Trilleen Pomare (Western Force). Photo: Karen Watson/Rugby Australia

The Buildcorp Super W com­petition was launched in Sydney on Wednesday coin­ciding with International Wom­en’s Day, with the captains from all six Super Rugby Clubs across Australia and Fiji gathered to of­ficially launch the 2023 season.

The reigning champions, the Rooster Chicken Fijiana Drua – who made history last year as the first overseas team to compete in the Buildcorp Super W competi­tion, has returned for a second season and are looking to build on their impressive debut.

Runners-up in 2022, the NSW Waratahs are again stocked with Wallaroos aiming to put the experi­ence that they gained at last year’s Rugby World Cup to good use.

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Source: Rugby Australia



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