The second season of the Super W is set to reach more Australians with every match is set to be shown live.
After an exciting an inaugural season in 2018, the Super W is back with an expanded broadcast after drawing an unprecedented viewership and resulted in a significant spike in trialists across the competition this year.
All matches will be shown live on Kayo Sports while Fox Sports Australia will play back every doubleheader.
Fans will also be able to watch every clash online via RUGBY.com.au when the season commences on February 23.
Along with an expanded broadcast, there will be the addition of a finals play-off match between the second and third-placed teams on the table.
The winner would face the first-placed side, who gets an automatic entrance to the Grand Final.
“The hype of last year’s competition has brought forward a new era for Women’s Rugby in Australia, and we’ve seen a 20% increase in female XVs participation since Super W last year," Rugby Australia’s Chief Executive Raelene Castle said.
“That growth is part of the reason that all the clubs are taking matches back to their grassroots, to continue to promote the game and inspire our next generation of Buildcorp Wallaroos.
“The competition gives our players top level game time, week-in, week-out which will hold them in the best possible stead for an action-packed international calendar in 2019."
2019 Super W Draw
Brumbies v NSW, Saturday 23 February, 5.00pm, GIO Stadium, Canberra
Melbourne Rebels v Queensland, Sunday 24 February, 3.00pm, Box Hill RFC, Melbourne
Queensland v RugbyWA, Saturday 2 March, 4.00pm, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Brumbies v Melbourne Rebels, Sunday 3 March, 3.00pm, Seiffert Oval, Queanbeyan
Melbourne Rebels v RugbyWA, Friday 8 March, 5.00pm, AAMI Park, Melbourne
NSW v Queensland, Sunday 10 March, 3.00pm, Leichhardt Oval, Sydney
Queensland v Brumbies, Saturday 16 March, 5.00pm, Ballymore Stadium, Brisbane
RugbyWA v NSW, Sunday 17 March, 3.30pm, Curtin University, Perth
RugbyWA v Brumbies, Sunday 24 March, 2.00pm, Wanneroo Rugby Club, WA
NSW v Melbourne Rebels, Sunday 24 March, 3.00pm, Anne Ashwood Park, Bathurst