It’s crunch time in the NRL Women's Telstra Premiership.
So far, it’s been one of the most thrilling seasons to date with reigning-premiers the Sydney Roosters topping the table as we head into the final day of the campaign.
But, as with all good things, the regular season must come to an end and it culminates in a mouth-watering climax featuring all six teams playing on the same day.
Not just that, but the triple-header of back-to-back-to-back games will all be played out in front of a packed-out Central Coast Stadium in Gosford on Sunday 18th September.
And, as if things couldn’t get any better, the NRL is offering 2-for-1 tickets to Sunday’s footy-thon.
Oh, and juniors aged 4-15 years can redeem a free ticket with any paying adult.
You can purchase your tickets RIGHT HERE.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned this year, it’s that the NRLW is perhaps the fastest-growing sports competitions on the planet.
And the fierce rivalries between the teams, as well as the immense skill on show, is a primary reason for that.
And this Sunday will be no different.
In the first clash, the Brisbane Broncos will take on the Parramatta Eels who are still in search of their first win.
Then the Gold Coast Titans take on the undefeated Sydney Roosters before the third-place St George Dragons lock horns with the second-place Newcastle Knights.
Both the Dragons and Knights will undoubtedly be looking to pounce if the Roosters slip-up against the Titans.
And with the first fixture of the day kicking off at 12:05pm on Sunday arvo, you’ve got plenty of time to get to Gosford and set up shop for the day.
There’s still plenty to play for and Sunday promises to be a sensational day on the sunny Central Coast.
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