Women’s State of Origin; New Zealand v Tonga; Samoa v Cook Islands; Samoa v Cook Islands; Papua New Guinea v Tonga


NSW Women v Queensland Women, 7.45pm Friday, GIO Stadium
They’ve got the reigning Dally M medallists at fullback and prop and a pair of Golden Boot winners in the centres, so it’s little wonder NSW arrive in Canberra as favourites.

Jess Sergis and Isabelle Kelly have so often been the Sky Blues’ most potent strike weapons but the arrival of dual-international Emma Tonegato at the back will take some weight off their shoulders. Millie Boyle will lay the platform up front, but you’d be brave to write off a Queensland side when hooker Brittany Breayley-Nati and halfback Ali Brigginshaw…



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