Six of the seven Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership clubs are represented in the 2017 Team of the Year, with significan talent signifying the strength of the competition.
Reincarnated from the former Sydney Metropolitan Women's Rugby League, the competition has been another indication of the growth of the women's game in NSW, which was highlighted in July by the state's first Harvey Norman Interstate Challenge on home turf. Several sky blue representatives feature in the Team of the Year - as do Kiwi Ferns hopefuls, following news that Australia-based New Zealand players will now be eligible for the national team.
While the Redfern All Blacks take the 2017 minor premiership, Glenmore Park, Mounties, North Newcastle and Greenacre are not far behind leading into the top-five finals series. All Blacks coach Dany Allende is awarded Coach of the Year honours following the historic achievement, with a relatively new roster at Redfern.
2017 Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership Team of the Year:
- Tahlia Hunter (Glenmore Park Brumbies)
- Nakia Davis-Welsh (Redfern All Blacks)
- Jessica Sergis (Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks)
- Grace Clarke (Greenacre Tigers)
- Corban McGregor (Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks)
- Lalovi Lealaiauloto (Glenmore Park Brumbies)
- Caitlin Moran (North Newcastle)
- Eunice Grimes (Redfern All Blacks)
- Sharnita Woodman (Mounties)
- Aniva Tuigamala (Greenacre Tigers)
- Talesha Quinn (Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks)
- Sarah Togatuki (Glenmore Park Brumbies)
- Simaima Taufa (Mounties)
- Teina Clark (Mounties)
- Skye Lovett (North Newcastle)
- Jasmine Allende (Redfern All Blacks)
- Chloe Caldwell (Redfern All Blacks)
Coach: Dany Allende