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WOMEN'S FIRST DIVISION

The Women's First Division in 2023 was won by the Free State Women, who beat the 2022 champions, the SWD Eagirls, in a nail-biting final in Bloemfontein. The competition features seven teams who played each other over a single round of league matches. The other teams who compete are the Leopards and Limpopo Blue Bulls, who were in the semi-finals in 2023, as well as the Valke, Pumas, Griffons and Griquas.

The history

Womens First Division 2024 table
Pos Team PL W L D PF PA DIFF TF TA PTS
1
SWD Eagirls
3 3 0 0 156 38 118 26 6 15
2
Valke Women
4 2 2 0 113 97 16 19 17 13
3
Limpopo Blue Bulls Women
4 1 3 0 95 96 -1 17 17 11
4
Pumas Women
4 2 2 0 93 83 10 17 15 10
5
Leopards Women
3 2 1 0 61 53 8 10 9 10
6
Griquas Women
3 2 1 0 71 65 6 13 11 10
7
Griffons Women
3 0 3 0 19 176 -157 3 30 0

FIXTURES

Limpopo Blue Bulls Women

13 Jul | University of Limpopo, Polokwane

12:00

Griffons Women

Leopards Women

13 Jul | Olen Park, Potchefstroom

12:00

Griquas Women

Pumas Women

13 Jul | Patriot High School, Emalahleni

13:00

SWD Eagirls

RESULTS

06 Jul|Down Touch Investments Stadium, Welkom

Griffons Women

0 - 84

SWD Eagirls

06 Jul|Jim van Tonder Special School, Bethal

Pumas Women

25 - 24

Limpopo Blue Bulls Women

06 Jul|Suzuki Stadium, Kimberley

Griquas Women

27 - 24

Valke Women

Women

Women's Premier and First Divisions

Top four sides collide in Women’s Premier Division

The top four sides in the Women’s Premier Division will clash on Saturday in what may just turn out to be a dress rehearsal for the semi-finals, which are a few weeks away.

Springbok Women's Sevens

Roos: We are not going to Paris to see the Eiffel Tower

The Springbok Women’s Sevens team left South Africa on Friday with a firm understanding of what their first participation in the Olympic Games means, not only to the players selected in the squad, but also to those who came before them.

Women's Premier Division

Queens break Women’s Premier Division duck

The EP Queens secured their first win of the SA Rugby Women’s Premier Division season on Saturday, while there Sanlam Boland Dames and DHL Western Province recorded good victories in their round eleven fixtures.

Women's Premier Division

Crucial log positions at stake in Premier Division

There will be some keen interest in games played elsewhere amongst the six teams in action in the Women’s Premier Division on Saturday, with all three matches having the potential to change the current standings.

SA Rugby Youth Weeks

Southern sides finish U18 Girls Week on a high

Eastern Province and Western Province claimed big wins on the final day of the U18 Girls Week staged at Jeppe High School in Johannesburg, and they also contributed the most players of a new Elite Player Development squad that was named on Friday.