Saturday night saw the inaugural match of the Super W kick-off, a dream women's rugby union players past and present had been waiting to see.
It was a memorable moment for past Queensland Reds player, Deena Aiken to see the new generation of players come out and show their skills.
It was a watershed moment for Rugby in Australia. #SuperW once a dream, now a reality for women across the country. Catch all the action at https://t.co/vp7tTF3fDE #SuperWomen pic.twitter.com/fCOVGjbk8S— RUGBYcomau (@rugbycomau) March 12, 2018
While Queensland was unable to get the win on their home turf, going down 18-0 to rivals NSW, it was still a memorable moment.
In the other match, 17-year-old rugby sensation Courtney Hodder scored six tries for the Western Force who beat the Melbourne Rebels 85-13 on Sunday.
With the big scoreline Rebels coach Alana Thomas told Rugby.com.au there were some positives to come out of the match.
“The scoreline was quite big, but at the end of the day there were some things that we saw in the back end of that first half and in the beginning of the second half where the girls got some continuity but just couldn’t really break the defensive line,” she said.