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Super Saturday to kick-off  Women's Premiership Finals Series

The Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership finals series will kick off with a blockbuster day of Rugby League action with all four Week One Finals fixtures to be played at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday 20 July.  

The Wests Tigers host the Wentworthville Magpies in the first Elimination Final at 10.30am. Coincidentally, these two teams played each other last week in Round 17 with the Magpies prevailing with a gritty 18-10 victory.  

The Tigers finished with the fifth best defensive record in the competition and have recorded five wins across their final six games of the regular season. 

St Marys Saints will host Cabramatta in the second Elimination Final at 12pm, with both sides coming off victories in Round 18. 

The Saints will take confidence from their 34-6 win over the South Sydney Rabbitohs while Cabramatta are coming off an 18-6 win against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs. 

They were inspired by five-eighth Racene McGregor, who starred with two tries and three goals to record an individual tally of 14 points.

The first Qualifying Final will see the Minor Premiers, Mounties, take on the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks at 1.30pm with both sides enjoying strong 2019 campaigns 

They each boast an array of Harvey Norman NSW Women's Origin stars with Shaylee Bent and Simaima Taufa playing for Mounties, and Corban McGregor, Maddie Studdon and former NSW captain Ruan Sims in the line-up for the Sharks. 

In the final fixture at 3pm, CRL Newcastle will look to avenge their defeat in last year's Elimination Final when they take on the North Sydney Bears – a side who are arguably the biggest improvers in 2019. 

The Bears finished second-last in the 2018 regular season but have rocketed into third place on the 2019 competition ladder on the back of blistering performances from NSW five-eighth Kirra Dibb and back-rower Shontelle Stowers. 

CRL Newcastle will also field representative stars with Isabelle Kelly, Kylie Hilder, Holli Wheeler and Hannah Southwell proving to be the cornerstone of their success. They have each played significant roles in their side recording the best attacking (264 points) and defensive record (58) in the competition.  

To follow all the live updates on Saturday via the NSWRL Match Centre, click here.

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