The talented future of Womens Rugby League will continue to progress and prosper through this years 2019 Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup.
Played in a nine-a-side format, the Tarsha Gale cup continues to provide a pathway for under 18 emerging female stars.
Ten teams are included in the 2019 season with 13 competitive rounds, allowing elite players to excel to the Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership.
Saturday February 9 will commence the season when the St George Dragons take the field with Wests Tigers as a curtain raiser to the year ahead.
Mascot oval is where the 2018 number two, West Tigers, will be looking to take the next step to the top of the ladder amongst the competitive sides.
Emily Curtin of the Wests Tigers was the second top point scorer of 2018 on 157 individual points, behind Cronulla Sutherland Sharks player Quincy Dodd with 174.
All eyes will be on Maddison Weatherall for the Illawarra Steelers when they verse the reigning premiers, Cronulla Sutherland Sharks at Shark park. Weatherall was the top try scorer for the 2018 season, totalling 24 tries while making it to the top nine point scorers with 72 points.
Keep up to date with the all the Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale cup action throughout the year via NSWRL.com.au/draw