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WOMEN'S FIRST DIVISION

The Women's First Division in 2022 was won by the SWD Eagirls, who beat the Leopards in the final in Potchefstroom. The competition featured eight teams split into two groups. The Leopards, Valke, Limpopo and Pumas contested one pool, while Free State, Griffons, Griquas and SWD were in the other group. The competition started on the weekend of 18 June and the two group winners qualified for the final.

The history

Womens First Division 2022 table
Pos Team PL W L D PF PA DIFF TF TA PTS
1
Leopards Women
3 3 0 0 172 22 150 27 4 15
2
SWD Women
3 3 0 0 149 15 134 25 3 15
3
Free State Women
3 2 1 0 175 46 129 29 8 10
4
Valke Women
3 2 1 0 124 51 73 22 8 10
5
Limpopo Blue Bulls Women
3 1 2 0 70 97 -27 12 17 5
6
Griquas Women
3 1 2 0 72 129 -57 12 23 5
7
Pumas Women
3 0 3 0 15 211 -196 3 35 0
8
Griffons Women
3 0 3 0 19 225 -206 3 35 0

Group A
Pos Team PL W L D PF PA DIFF TF TA PTS
1
Leopards Women
3 3 0 0 172 22 150 27 4 15
2
Valke Women
3 2 1 0 124 51 73 22 8 10
3
Limpopo Blue Bulls Women
3 1 2 0 70 97 -27 12 17 5
4
Pumas Women
3 0 3 0 15 211 -196 3 35 0

Group B
Pos Team PL W L D PF PA DIFF TF TA PTS
1
SWD Women
3 3 0 0 149 15 134 25 3 15
2
Free State Women
3 2 1 0 175 46 129 29 8 10
3
Griquas Women
3 1 2 0 72 129 -57 12 23 5
4
Griffons Women
3 0 3 0 19 225 -206 3 35 0

There are currently no fixtures available.

RESULTS

30 Jul|Olen Park, Potchefstroom

Leopards Women

14 -

SWD Women

23 Jul|Rosemore Stadium, George

SWD Women

24 - 10

Free State Women

16 Jul|HT Pelatona Projects Stadium, Welkom

Griffons Women

0 - 68

SWD Women

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