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Nine Jillaroos have today been named in the NSW side to take on Queensland in the Women’s Interstate Challenge on Saturday, 23 July.

The team will aim to put an end to Queensland’s stranglehold of the Nellie Doherty Cup. Queensland had won the trophy 16 consecutive times until 2014, before retaining it with a 4-all draw last year.

The 2016 Women’s Interstate Challenge will take place at 3pm Saturday at CBUS Super Stadium as part of a triple-header, also including the Holden Cup and NRL clashes between the Gold Coast Titans and Parramatta Eels. It will be livestreamed on before being broadcast on Fox Sports on Sunday.

2016 NSW Women’s Interstate Team

1. Samantha Bremner (Cronulla-Caringbah)

2. Isabelle Kelly (Berkeley Vale)

3. Corban McGregor (Cronulla-Caringbah)

4. Caitlin Moran (Hunter Stars)

5. Nakia Davis-Welsh (Redfern All-Blacks)

6. Allana Ferguson (Cronulla-Caringbah)

7. Maddie Studdon (Cronulla-Caringbah)

8. Ruan Sims (Cronulla-Caringbah)

9. Rebecca Riley (Redfern All-Blacks)

10. Elianna Walton (Greenacre)

11. Kezie Apps (Helensburgh)

12. Vanessa Foliaki (Burleigh Heads)

13. Simaima Taufa (Mounties)

14. Lavina Phillips (Redfern All-Blacks)

15. Jennifer Latu (Cronulla-Caringbah)

16. Jasmin Allende (Redfern All-Blacks)

17. Rebecca Young (Hunter Stars)

18. Ruby Ewe (Cronulla-Caringbah)

Head Coach Ben Cross

Acknowledgement of Country

New South Wales Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.