Goannas to roll into Kennard for WWRL's finals series

LEAD: Alahna Ryan has been one of the Goannas' best in the opens. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE
LEAD: Alahna Ryan has been one of the Goannas' best in the opens. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE

The Wiradjuri Goannas remain in the running for title glory in each division of the Western Women's Rugby League.

The opens side had the bye last weekend and heads into this weekend's semi-finals as the undefeated minor premiers.

The under 18s and under 15s each missed out on top spot but will still features in the post-season.

The opens and under 15s will play their do-or-die semi-finals this weekend at Wellington's Kennard Park while the under 18s competition enjoys a general bye.

Both the Goannas' opens and 15s sides will meet the Panorama Platypi in the semi-finals.

The under 18s semi-finals are a week later, the same date as the grand finals in the other divisions.

That is done as the under 18s grand final will be played as a curtain-raiser to the NRL match at Bathurst's Carrington Park on March 30.

The other WWRL grand finals will also be played at Kennard Park.

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