Sky Sports to show the Women’s Super League Grand Final

By Declaring live coverage of Their Betfred Women’s Super League Grand Final, sky Sports has delivered another Massive Increase to the Rugby League of Women.

It’ll be the very first Women’s Super League fixture and Sky’s first live the fit of women.
The information follows the recent statement of Betfred since the first name sponsors of the Women’s Super League, along with the turn of this BWSL Grand Final to the Totally Wicked Stadium at St Helens on Friday October 11 – night prior to the men’s Betfred Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford.
Even the Women’s Super League was launched in 2017, with Bradford Bulls the champions, beating against Featherstone Rovers at the Grand Final, while Wigan defeat Leeds in the past season’s Grand Final.
“We’re thrilled to make this statement, and look ahead to Sky Sports providing their regular outstanding coverage of one of the game’s newest events,” stated Ralph Rimmer, chief executive of the Rugby Football League.
“Women’s Rugby League has made rapid strides in the last couple of decades, and the development of the Women’s Super League, today sponsored by Betfred, has been in the forefront of that.
“We’ve been able to tell that story through routine coverage on Our League, and this year we have also broadcast our League coverage throughout the Twitch stage that has taken our viewing figures beyond 200,000 for Women’s Rugby League at 2019.
“The caliber of Rugby League around the pitch is slowly attracting bigger audiences and greater media profile off it, and using the Grand Final live on Sky is going to be a perfect manifestation of this – especially coming on the Friday night before the orgasm of the men’s Super League season at Old Trafford.”
Castleford are planning to clinch the League Leaders’ Shield for its BWSL for the very first time in their home game against York in the Mend-a-Hose Jungle on Tuesday evening.
That will confirm that the line-up for the semi-finals in the Top Four Play-Offs to be played on Sunday, if they do so. The League Leaders would be at home to Wigan, and which could abandon St Helens to host this year’s Women’s Challenge Cup champions Leeds as things stand.
“Sky Sports has enjoyed a Enormous summer of women’s sport, together with the Netball World Cup, The Ashes and most lately the Solheim Cup,” Steve Smith, Director of Sky Sports Production, stated.
“We’re pleased to add the Women’s Super League Grand Final to our coverage, giving the event the stage it deserves. There is so much talent from the game, it’s inspiring for another generation and everybody else to see.”

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