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It is the Womens turn tonight from North Sydney Oval.

Last year 6,824 attended the game, the first to be branded an Origin match, while another one million watched on TV via the Nine Network and Fox Sports.

Last Year




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2 points

Game live on SKY in UK

Commentators saying crowd around 10000

My wife complains I selfishly stop her fulfilling her true ambition -

she really wants to be a rich widow

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Yes, what's the reason for 30 minute halves?

The rules are similar to the men's game but:

There's two referees and the bunker; it has the same judiciary process; there is the shot; and HIAs.

  • Games are different in that there are 30-minute halves.
  • There are 10 interchanges allowed in regular time, plus two additional in golden point.
  • It is a 40/30 kick, rather than a 40/20.
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Caught the highlights on sky, cracking game, NSW looked very good, really looking forward to watching the womens world cup especially kiwis vs oz. should be 80 mins though

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On 22/06/2019 at 04:41, DoubleD said:

I’m pretty sure the women’s game over here is the same rules as the men’s................seems very odd. Are all Aussie women’s games played to that?

It’s 30 minute halves in NSW and 35 in Queensland.

They found that with the lower levels of fitness and/or less battle hardened bodies that during longer matches the quality deteriorated towards the end and injuries increased.

The plan is to increase match length as fitness and playing depth improves.

More information here: https://www.nrl.com/news/2019/06/26/the-questions-facing-womens-state-of-origin/


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