Women’s Midseason break brought forward

Women’s Midseason break brought forward

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Clubs in the Women’s Super League have announced their midseason break has been brought forward and will return as a two-tier competition in August.

They had unanimously agreed to a circuit-breaker, after the amount of games being called off for injuries and isolation was rising.

The top-five teams- Leeds Rhinos, St Helens, Wigan Warriors, York City Knights and Castleford Tigers- will all compete for the trophy.

Meanwhile, the remaining teams- Featherstone Rovers, Huddersfield Giants, Warrington Wolves, Bradford Bulls and Wakefield Trinity- will compete for the Super League Shield.

The finals of both events- The Super League Grand Final and the Super League Shield Final- will take place as a double header at Headingley Stadium.

Fixtures and schedule will be announced in due course.

Also, the Women’s Super League South will be continuing as scheduled.

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Steven Hughes

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