The Women’s Rugby League Association Challenge Cup final takes place this Sunday, April 21, at Featherstone’s LD Nutrition Stadium.
Featherstone Lions take on Orrell St James in a 2pm kick-off to carve a new name in to the trophy.
Both clubs are going for a league and cup double after the Lions won the Premier Division and Orrell won Division One.
Prior to the game, at noon, East Leeds play newcomers Keighley Albion in the WRLA Plate Final.
WRLA Chairman Steve Manning said: “If this year’s finals are as good as last year then everyone attending is in for a thrilling 160 minutes treat of rollercoaster rugby league, with all four sides showing their skills in two mouth watering finals trying to make history winning the respective trophies for the first time.
“Once again the finals are being played at the spiritual home of WRLA, the LD Nutrition Stadium, the home of Featherstone Rovers. It’s a superb facility, the envy of many Super League and semi professional clubs.
“We feel honoured to be having our finals here, I thank the club for the use of their ground again and their continued support for WRLA.
“It’s a case of on any given day, any given moment which is the magic of the cup. I’m sure of one thing all four teams will be giving their all to come out winners on the day. Let the games begin.”
Admission on the day is Adults £5, Concession’s & OAPs £3,