Round two of the Super W saw the Brumbies run out on to the field for the first time this Super W season while NSW continued their winning streak.
Brumbies v Queensland
Queensland has put in a dominant display for a 42-5 with over the Brumbies for their first win of the season.
The Reds got off to a good start with two penalty goals off the foot of Lavinia Gould in the first 15 minutes but the Brumbies replied with a try.
However, the game was going to be hard for Queensland as the Brumbies continued to push them for another try.
In the second half, Queensland went over the line first with schoolgirl Alysia Lefau-Fakaosilea extending the lead and from there, they were able to dominate in all aspects of the game.
NSW v Western Force
The NSW continue their undefeated streak winning 32-10 against the Western Force on Sunday afternoon.
The match saw two winning teams from round one come together but two quick tries from NSW in the second half and some brilliant defending saw NSW take the points.
The 17-year-old scoring sensation, Courtney Hodder, was able to read the NSW defence line and open up the scoring for her side as Tui Coope went over for Forces only try of the match.
The extreme heat saw the player's fitness become a key factor in the second half with regular water breaks being taken.