Damien Posted January 31 Share Posted January 31 On the face of it this all seems pretty good and sensible. I like the 4 regional leagues sitting below the Women's Super League and then local competitions below that: The new national pyramid for the women’s game to come in to place for 2024 has been revealed, giving clubs in the south the chance to reach the Women’s Super League. It comes as part of the ongoing strategy to grow the women’s game, which continues in earnest following the Women’s World Cup at the end of last year. As has been previously reported, the Women’s Super League will comprise of eight teams in 2024, with a regional structure sitting underneath. That top tier will consist of the six teams in group 1 of the Women’s Super League in 2023 – Huddersfield, Leeds, St Helens, Warrington, Wigan, York. The teams in group 2 this year will fight for two promotion spots to join them, with the first placed team going up automatically and then another spot up for grabs via the play-offs. Barrow, Bradford, Castleford, Featherstone, Leigh and Salford are the teams in that competition. https://www.loverugbyleague.com/post/womens-national-pyramid-revealed-rfl/ 5 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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