Wakefield Trinity Ladies will head to Warrington on Sunday as we take part in the inaugural 2022 Nines competition against fellow Super League clubs.
Over the course of the day, there will be five groups competing, with the top six sides set to face each other at Salford’s AJ Bell Stadium on Sunday, 24th July.
Running alongside the event, there will be a number of ‘inspirational sessions’ that will also take place throughout the day.
11am: Physical and Mental Toughness – Savannah Andrade (York City Knights) & Rachel Thompson (Wigan Warriors), facilitated by Sean Scantlebury (England Women Strength and Conditioner).
1:30pm: Maximising Your Full Potential – Emily Rudge (St Helens) & Courtney Winfield-Hill (Leeds Rhinos), facilitated by Jenna Brooks (Sky Sports).
3pm: Play Like a Girl – Paige Travis (St Helens) & Danika Priim (Leeds Rhinos), facilitated by Jodie Cunningham (St Helens).
Following the conclusion of our Challenge Cup campaign against Oulton, the Ladies will step back out onto the field ahead of our season opener against Leigh Miners on 15th May.
A victory over Castleford Tigers in our opening game of the cup cemented the positive energy running through the side ahead of the new year. However, defeat to Featherstone and Oulton, respectively, meant that our campaign was short-lived.
However, this will be an opportunity to give the coaches to think about, with the fast-paced game of Nines offering the backs a chance to shine ahead of 2022.
What – Nines Festival
When – Sunday, 1st May 2022
Where – Victoria Park, Warrington
- Wakefield Trinity
- Wigan Warriors
- Catalans Dragons
- Hull FC
Keep up to date with all of our scores and fixtures on our numerous social media platforms throughout the day.