A couple of Wests Tigers Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership players have capped off a strong season by being selected in squads for the upcoming 2021 NRLW competition.
Having secured their place in the finals before COVID brought a premature end to the season, a number of Wests Tigers players will get the chance to take to the field once more in the expanded NRLW competition, which is scheduled to begin in August (dependent on latest COVID restrictions).
Changes to recruitment and retention for the 2021 season have been confirmed with a talent equalisation method implemented.
Three new NRLW clubs — the Eels, Titans and Knights — join foundation clubs the Broncos, Dragons and Roosters in 2021.
Players will continue to be added to the below squads over the coming weeks.
NRL Telstra Women's Premiership Squads
Amy Turner, Sara Sautia, Toni Hunt, Lesa Kaleti Mataafa, Tarryn Aiken, Millie Boyle, Ali Brigginshaw, Lauren Brown, Shenae Ciesiolka, Lavinia Gould, Amber Hall, Tallisha Harden, Chelsea Lenarduzzi, Julia Robinson, Tamika Upton — Coach: Kelvin Wright
Gold Coast Titans
Karina Brown, Tazmin Gray, Georgia Hale, Crystal Tamarua, Brittany Breayley-Nati, Destiny Brill, Tiana Raftstrand-Smith, Shannon Mato, Karli Hansen — Coach: Jamie Feeney
Caitlan Johnston, Kyra Simon — Coach: Blake Green
Kennedy Cherrington, Filomina Hanisi, Rikeya Horne, Nita Maynard, Tiana Penitani, Simaima Taufa, Botille Vette-Welsh, Jamie Anne Wright, Jocephy Daniels, Sereana Naitokatoka, Taina Naividi, Emily Curtain, Katrina May Phippen — Coach: Dean Widders
St. George-Illawarra Dragons
Quincy Dodd, Holli Wheeler, Kezie Apps, Shaylee Bent, Keeley Davis — Coach: Mathew Head
Isabelle Kelly, Jessica Sergis, Chante Temara, Shawden Burton, Olivia Higgins, Olivia Kernick, Mya Hill-Moana, Roxette Murdoch, Tayla Predebon, Otesa Pule, Leianne Tufuga, Corban Baxter, Hannah Southwell, Zahara Temara, Yasmin Meakes, Jocelyn Kelleher, Brydie Parker, Sarah Togatuki, Keilee Joseph — Coach: John Strange