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Super Rugby is joining the women’s sport revolution with the launch of the Super W competition in 2018.
The competition features five teams including each of Australia’s Super Rugby franchises – including the Western Force, no longer a part of Super Rugby but represented here.
The season kicks on on Saturday March 10. If you’re looking to watch it online or on your TV or just want to see what the fixture is, we’ve got it all right here.
Every match of the Super W season will be broadcast live via Fox Sports 501.
The vast majority of matches will be shown live on Fox Sports 505. However, two of the matches during the season will be shown on Fox Sports 501.
These matches at the ones on Sunday 11 March, and Sunday 25 March – on all other dates, you’ll find Super W coverage on Fox Sports 505.
The season will be played across five rounds with two matches per week, and one of the five teams having a bye in each round.
The top two teams will qualify for the Super W Final, which will be delayed until the weekend of 20 April in order to accommodate a break for Rugby Sevens at the Commonwealth Games.
|Date||Time||Home team||Away team||Venue|
|Sat Mar 10||5:00 PM||Queensland||NSW||Suncorp Stadium|
|Sun Mar 11||6:00 PM||Western Force||Melbourne Rebels||Cottesloe Rugby Club|
|Sat Mar 17||5:00 PM||Brumbies||Queensland||GIO Stadium|
|Sun Mar 18||1:30 PM||NSW||Western Force||Allianz Stadium|
|Sat Mar 24||3:00 PM||NSW||Brumbies||Warringah Rugby Park|
|Sun Mar 25||2:30 PM||Queensland||Melbourne Rebels||Ballymore Stadium|
|Fri Mar 30||5:00 PM||Melbourne Rebels||Brumbies||AAMI Park|
|Sat Mar 31||6:00 PM||Western Force||Queensland||Kingsway Sporting Complex|
|Sat Apr 7||3:00 PM||Melbourne Rebels||NSW||Box Hill Rugby Club|
|Sat Apr 7||5:00 PM||Brumbies||Western Force||GIO Stadium|