The NRL has announced Women’s Rugby League major fixtures and dates for 2019.
This comes on the back of a series of new events for the women’s game in 2018.
A four-week NRL women’s Premiership, featuring Brisbane Broncos, St George Illawarra Dragons, Sydney Roosters and New Zealand Warriors will coincide with the men’s finals series.
A stand-alone women’s State of Origin match will take play on June 21, at North Sydney Oval.
The NRL women’s National Championship will be played on the Gold Coast between May 30 and June 2.
Indigenous and Maori All Stars teams will play as part of the NRL All Stars double-header on February 15, at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
Four international women’s teams will take part of the World Cup Nines tournament, which will be played at Bankwest Stadium in Sydney in October.
The Jillaroos and an Australian Prime Minister’s XIII will also take part in international fixtures towards the back end of next season.