The NSWRL's premier women's open-age competition, developing female players for the national stage.
Women's Rugby League is the fastest-growing segment of the game - and the Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership is at the heart of it all.
First founded in 2005 and expanded into its current format in 2017, the former Sydney Metropolitan Women's Rugby League provides an elite competition for female players in NSW.
With proud Rugby League clubs such as Mounties, the Cabramatta and Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks helping to progress the competition, it has seen more female players lace up the boots than ever before.
Due to the suspension of the Harvey Norman NSW Women's premiership due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the competition has been revamped to a seven-week regular season, plus three week finals series, which will see seven clubs play for the 2020 premiership.
Feeds Into: NRL Women's Premiership
Most Successful Clubs: Forestville Ferrets and Canley Vale Dragons (four premierships each)
Current Premiers: Central Coast Roosters