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State of Origin: Women’s Origin returning to Sunshine Coast Stadium for second year – NRL.COM

Queensland will have their chance to defend the Ampol State of Origin shield in front of a capacity crowd after confirmation the women’s event will return to Sunshine…



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Queensland captain Ali Brigginshaw is stoked the Sunshine Coast will again play host to the Women’s Origin clash on June 25 after last year’s fixture was disrupted by COVID-19 restrictions. 
The Maroons will have their chance to defend their breakthrough title win in front of a possible capacity home crowd after the NRL confirmed on Tuesday the women’s Ampol State of Origin would be played in the Sunshine State for another year.
Brigginshaw played an instrumental part in last year’s 24-18 victory…

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