Rhinos Women’s remaining fixtures to be streamed on Twitch
Picture by Alex Whitehead/SWpix.com - 15/04/2021 - Rugby League - Betfred Women’s Super League - Emerald Headingley Stadium, Leeds, England - Leeds Rhinos captain Courtney Winfield-Hill pictured with the trophy at Emerald Headingley Stadium, the venue for the Grand Final, to preview the start of the Betfred Women’s Super League season.
The battle to reach the 2021 Betfred Women’s Super League Grand Final will resume next weekend, with the Rhinos taking on Castleford Tigers Women at the Mend-a-Hose Jungle, which will be shown live on Twitch.
Then on Sunday (August 22, 2pm kick-off), St Helens host York City Knights at the Totally Wicked Stadium in a repeat of the Betfred Women’s Challenge Cup Final.
One match from each of the remaining four rounds of the BWSL Play-Offs will be shown on Twitch before the Semi Finals which are scheduled for the weekend of September 25-26 – before the Grand Final at Emerald Headingley on Sunday October 10.
The Betfred Women’s Super League Shield, for the five teams who were in the bottom half of the table when the season paused last month, resumed last weekend with wins for Featherstone at Wakefield and Huddersfield in a thriller at Warrington.
That means the pressure is on Wakefield and Warrington when they meet at Victoria Park on Sunday (230pm), with Bradford Bulls returning to action when they face Huddersfield at Lockwood Park on Tuesday night (745pm).
The Shield will also have Semi Finals on the weekend of September 25-26, before a Final at Emerald Headingley Stadium on Sunday October 9 as part of a double header of Women’s Rugby League.
(Also this weekend, it’s the Semi Finals of the inaugural Betfred Women’s Super League South in Aldershot on Saturday, with the Army facing Golden Ferns at 1pm before London Broncos take on Cardiff Demons at 3pm – and both games live on Twitch.)
Betfred Women’s Super League Play-Offs
August 21: Castleford Tigers v Leeds Rhinos (415pm, Mend a Hose Jungle – live on Twitch)
August 22: St Helens v York City Knights (2pm, Totally Wicked Stadium – live on Twitch)
August 29: Wigan Warriors v Castleford Tigers (3pm, Robin Park Arena), York City Knights v Leeds Rhinos (5pm, LNER Community Stadium, 5pm – live on Twitch)
September 5: Wigan Warriors v York City Knights (12pm, Robin Park Arena), Leeds Rhinos v St Helens (3pm, Sport Park Weetwood – live on Twitch)
September 12: Castleford Tigers v St Helens (2pm, Mend a Hose Jungle), Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors (3pm, Sport Park Weetwood – live on Twitch)
September 19: York City Knights v Castleford Tigers (1215pm, LNER Community Stadium), St Helens v Wigan Warriors (Totally Wicked Stadium, 2pm – live on Twitch)
Semi Finals – September 25/26 Grand Final – Emerald Headingley Stadium, Sunday October