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The NRL today confirmed the times and venues for the remainder of the Holden Women’s Premiership, with the competitions inaugural standalone fixture to take place in New Zealand on Sunday.

Round Two of the 2019 NRLW season will kick off with the first-ever NRLW Grand Final rematch taking place at AAMI Park in Melbourne on Saturday evening when the Sydney Roosters take on reigning premiers the Brisbane Broncos.

The NRLW then heads across the Tasman for the first time, with the New Zealand Warriors facing the St George Illawarra Dragons at Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland.

Tickets are on-sale now for the two historic standalone fixtures from NRL.com/tickets, with free entry for kids under 15 and adult tickets just $10.

Tickets for the double-header fixtures with the Telstra Premiership Final Series will be on sale to Ticketed Club Members at 10am on Monday (September 16), while general public tickets go on sale at 10am on Tuesday (September 17) via www.nrl.com/tickets.

In Round One of the 2019 season, Warriors halfback Charntay Poko was at her silky best in a solid 16-12 win over the Roosters at AAMI Park on Saturday. The Broncos overcame a fast-starting Dragons to run home 14-4 winners at Bankwest Stadium on Sunday.

NRLW Premiership 2019 Schedule
 
Round 2
Saturday 21 September, 5:05pm AEST
Brisbane Broncos vs. Sydney Roosters, AAMI Park
Live on GEM (national), Live on Fox Sports, Live on Sky NZ
 
*Sunday 22 September 1:15pm AEST/3:15pm NZT
New Zealand Warriors v St George Illawarra Dragons, Mt Smart Stadium
Live on Nine (NSW/Qld); GEM (all other states), Live on Fox League, Live on Sky NZ
 
Round 3
Saturday 28 September, 5:05pm AEST
Brisbane Broncos v New Zealand Warriors, Sydney Cricket Ground
Live on GEM (national), Live on Fox Sports, Live on Sky NZ
 
*Sunday 29 September, 1:15pm AEST
St George Illawarra Dragons v Sydney Roosters, Leichhardt Oval
Live on Nine (NSW/Qld); GEM (all other states), Live on Fox League, Live on Sky NZ
 
 
NRL Holden Women’s Premiership Grand Final
Sunday 6 October, ANZ Stadium
Live on Nine (NSW/Qld); GEM (all other states), Live on Fox League, Live on Sky NZ
 
* Denotes standalone NRLW match
 


2019 Results So Far
 
Round 1
 
NZ Warriors 16 def. Sydney Roosters 12
AAMI Park, Melbourne
 
Brisbane Broncos 14 def St George Illawarra Dragons 4
Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta