LeagueUnlimited NRL Teams - 2020 Round 4
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It's Teamlist Tuesday for 2019 NRL Holden Women's Premiership Grand Final! At 4pm on Tuesday, the full teams for the #NRLWGF will be posted right here!
All times are listed in AEST (NSW/QLD/VIC/ACT) unless otherwise noted.
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18. Tamika Upton 2. Julia Robinson 3. Amy Turner 4. Amber Pilley 5. Meg Ward 6. Raecene McGregor 7. Ali Brigginshaw 8. Millie Boyle 9. Lavinia Gould 10. Amber Hall 11. Annette Brander 12. Tazmin Gray 13. Rona Peters 14. Tarryn Aiken 15. Steph Hancock 16. Mariah Storch 17. Chelsea Lenarduzzi
21-woman squad • The Broncos have made the one change to their squad with Meg Ward coming back into the 17 on the wing after missing last week's defeat to the Warriors. Tamika Upton is the player to have been dropped back to the reserves.
19-woman squad • Taylor Mapusua & Rosemary Vaimili Toalepai omitted.
LATE MAIL • Chelsea Baker is replaced by Tamika Upton at fullback.
1. Botille Vette-Welsh 2. Rikeya Horne 3. Jessica Sergis 4. Tiana Penitani 5. Shakiah Tungai 6. Keeley Davis 7. Maddie Studdon 8. Ngatokotoru Arakua 9. Brittany Breayley 10. Maitua Feterika 11. Kezie Apps 12. Shaylee Bent 13. Holli Wheeler 14. Aaliayah Fasavalu-Faamausili 15. Takilele Katoa 16. Maddison Weatherall 17. Najvada George
21-woman squad • The Dragons have made no changes to their winning side from last week, five-eighth Kimiora Nati hasn't recovered from illness that has kept her out for the previous two weeks. The Dragons have also named just a 20-woman squad due to a lack of players to fill the full 21.
19-woman squad • Stephanie Mooka drops out.
LATE MAIL • 1-17
Referees: Kasey Badger, Daniel Schwass;Sideline Officials: Jordan Morel, Karra-lee Nolan;Video Referees: Steve Chiddy, Bryan Norrie;
Kasey Badger has been given the nod to take control of the NRLW grand final. This is Badger's second NRLW grand final in a row after being assist ref to Jon Stone in last year's decider. She'll be joined by former Gold Coast Titans U20s player turned whistle blower Daniel Schwass