Buildcorp Super W Grand Final joins Super Round Melbourne

Rugby Au

Rugby Australia is pleased to confirm this week’s Buildcorp Super W semi-final will
take place at Eric Tweedale Stadium, with the grand final heading to AAMI Park to join
Harvey Norman Super Rugby Pacific’s inaugural Super Round Melbourne.

The Buildcorp Super finals series will see the marquee women’s XVs competition
culminate in two weeks of blockbuster clashes between the top three ranked teams in
the country – Fijiana Drua, NSW Waratahs and Queensland Reds.

The semi-final between the NSW Waratahs and the Queensland Reds will take place at
Eric Tweedale Stadium on Thursday 14 April at6:00pm AEST with tickets now on-sale
at Western Sydney Two Blues Rugby Club.

The winner of that match will meet Fijiana Drua in the grand final at 2:00pm AEST on
Saturday 23 April.

Tickets to Super Round Melbourne, including the Buildcorp Super
W Grand Final, are available at Ticketek.
Both matches will be ad-free, live and on demand on Stan Sport. The grand final will
also be broadcast live and free on the 9Network.

Rugby Australia CEO Andy Marinos said: “The 2022 season has been the biggest year
to date for Buildcorp Super W, so it’s incredibly fitting that we’ll be wrapping the
season with the grand final taking centre stage at the heart of action as part of the
inaugural Super Round Melbourne.

“We’ve seen a lot of firsts this year, as we welcomed an international team in the
Fijiana Drua for the first time and played more double headers with Super Rugby than
ever before. This announcement is another great milestone for our women’s game.

“I would like to extend our thanks to our partners Buildcorp for their ongoing support
of women’s Rugby, Nine and Stan, the Victorian Government and TEG Sport for their
collaborative approach to this. We’ve worked hard to reach this outcome and provide
a fitting platform to showcase the Buildcorp Super W Grand Final.

“This is a huge year for women’s Rugby, with inbound Tests, the Pac 4 series and
Rugby World Cup for our Wallaroos and a Commonwealth Games and Rugby World
Cup for our Australian Women’s Sevens, as well as the recent news Australia has been
named preferred candidate to host Rugby World Cup 2029.”

Super W Semi-Final

Waratahs vs Reds – Eric Tweedale Stadium, Thursday 14 April, Kick-Off: 6:00pm AEST –

Super W Grand Final

Fijiana Drua vs Winner SF AAMI Park, Saturday 23 April, Kick-Off: 2:00pm AEST –

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