Women’s Super League clash to feature at Summer Bash

Summer Bash

The Women’s Super League will enjoy another high-profile occasion next month with a fixture heading to the Championship’s Summer Bash.

Barrow Raiders will take on Featherstone Rovers at Headingley Stadium as part of the weekend’s event in Leeds. It will be the first time the city has hosted the Summer Bash, having been held in Blackpool since its inception in 2015.

The game will kick-off the action on day two of the Bash, Sunday July 31, at 11:30am. It will be a double header for Barrow fans, as it is followed by the Raiders’ clash with Widnes Vikings in the Championship.

Elsewhere on Sunday, Whitehaven take on Workington while Newcastle Thunder face York City Knights.

Barrow Raiders have made an impressive start to their debut season as Cumbria’s first Women’s Super League representatives under head coach Amanda Wilkinson. They have won two of their first three games.

Featherstone go into this weekend’s games joint-top of Group Two with Warrington and Bradford.

Premier Sports have confirmed that they will show all seven Championship matches during the Bash.

However, the fixture between Whitehaven and Leigh later in July will no longer be shown by Premier Sports. It will revert from Monday night to a Sunday afternoon kick-off (July 24, 3:00pm). Premier Sports are yet to confirm if a fixture will take its place.

Summer Bash fixtures

Saturday July 30

1245 – London Broncos v Sheffield Eagles

3pm – Batley Bulldogs v Dewsbury Rams

515pm – Bradford Bulls v Halifax Panthers

730pm – Featherstone Rovers v Leigh Centurions

Sunday July 31

1130am – Women’s Super League, Barrow Raiders v Featherstone Rovers

145pm – Barrow Raiders v Widnes Vikings

4pm – Whitehaven v Workington Town

615pm – Newcastle Thunder v York City Knights

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Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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