NRLW 2022: When is it, draw, teams, squads, results, how to watch, betting odds

More NRLW is coming, the 2022 season starts in August.

It follows a delayed 2021 campaign that took place earlier in the year.

The Sydney Roosters are the reigning champions but will face stiff competition from the five other teams in what is expected to be a hard-fought Premier League battle.

Sports News Australia has everything you need to know about the upcoming season.

NRLW 2022 draw and results

NRLW will be played over five rounds in 2022, with the Parramatta Eels and Sydney Roosters starting the new season on Saturday 20th August.

Game details are already set for each week except Round 4.

The final round of the regular season will be played at Gosford’s Central Coast Stadium, with three consecutive games played on a Sunday.

round 1

contraption date Time (AEST) location
Parramatta Eels vs. Sydney Roosters Saturday, August 20th 1:00 pm CommBank Stadium, Sydney
St. George-Illawarra Dragons vs. Gold Coast Titans Sunday, 21.8 12.00 WIN Stadium, Wollongong
Newcastle Knights vs. Brisbane Broncos Sunday, 21.8 6:10 p.m McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle

round 2

contraption date Time (AEST) location
Brisbane Broncos vs. Sydney Roosters Saturday, 08/27 1:10 p.m Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Parramatta Eels vs. St. George-Illawarra Dragons Sunday, 08/28 12.00 CommBank Stadium, Sydney
Gold Coast Titans vs. Newcastle Knights Sunday, 08/28 6:10 p.m Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast

round 3

contraption date Time (AEST) location
Brisbane Broncos vs. Gold Coast Titans Saturday, September 3rd 1:10 p.m Moreton Daily Stadium, Redcliffe
Newcastle Knights vs Parramatta Eels Sunday, September 4th 12.00 McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle
Sydney Roosters vs. St. George-Illawarra Dragons Sunday, September 4th 6:10 p.m Leichhardt Oval, Sydney
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round 4

contraption date Time (AEST) location
Gold Coast Titans vs. Parramatta Eels Saturday, September 10th TB TB
Newcastle Knights versus Sydney Roosters Saturday, September 10th TB TB
Brisbane Broncos vs St George-Illawarra Dragons Saturday, September 10th TB TB

round 5

contraption date Time (AEST) location
Brisbane Broncos vs. Parramatta Eels Sunday, 09/18 12:05 p.m Central Coast Stadium, Gosford
Gold Coast Titans vs. Sydney Roosters Sunday, 09/18 1:55 p.m Central Coast Stadium, Gosford
St. George-Illawarra Dragons vs. Newcastle Knights Sunday, 09/18 3:45 p.m Central Coast Stadium, Gosford

Head of NRLW 2022

team gp W L +/- P
Brisbane Broncos
Titans of the Gold Coast
Newcastle Knights
Parramatta eels
St. George Illawarra Kite
Sydney Roosters

GP = games played, W = wins, L = losses, +/- = point difference, P = points

When are the NRLW semi-finals and grand final in 2022?

Specific dates and locations for the final in 2022 have yet to be announced.

However, it is likely that the grand final will be played at Accor Stadium on Sunday 2nd October as the start of the NRL playoff.

Last year’s grand final was held at Moreton Daily Stadium in Redcliffe, Queensland.

How to see NRLW in 2022

The NRLW Premiership will air on Channel 9 at least until the end of the 2027 season, following a deal struck earlier this year.

Every game of the 2022 season will be broadcast live and free-to-air, with the opening game between the Eels and the Roosters being broadcast on Nine’s main channel.

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Games are also sub-licensed to Foxtel, with games being shown through Fox Sports and Kayo.

NRLW 2022 teams

Six teams will take part in the 2022 NRLW edition.

  • Brisbane Broncos
  • Titans of the Gold Coast
  • Newcastle Knights
  • Parramatta eels
  • St. George Illawarra Kite
  • Sydney Roosters

In 2023, the NRLW will expand to 10 teams, with four new clubs joining the competition.

These teams are the Canberra Raiders, Cronulla Sharks, North Queensland Cowboys and Wests Tigers.

NRLW 2022 Premier League Odds

Odds courtesy of Sportsbet.

St. George Illawarra Kite $3.50
Sydney Roosters $3.50
Brisbane Broncos $4.50
Newcastle Knights $6.00
Titans of the Gold Coast $9.00
Parramatta eels $9.00

Last updated on August 9th.

NRLW 2022 squad lists and players

There was a lot of player movement ahead of the 2022 campaign.

Tamika Upton and Millie Boyle both traded from the Broncos to the Knights, while the Dragons retained more players from last season than any other team.

Here are the current squad rosters for the 2022 NRLW season (according to official squad pages as of August 9, 2022):

Brisbane Broncos

Tarryn Aiken (five-eighths)

Emily Bass (winger)

Ali Brigginshaw (half-back)

Lauren Brown (middle)

Jaime Chapman (Winger)

Shenae Ciesiolka (Winger)

Brianna Clark (prop)

Jada Ferguson (Five Eighths)

Jasmine Fogavini (middle)

Lavina Gould (hooker)

Amber Hall (prop)

Sophie Holyman (winger)

Chelsea Lenarduzzi (prop)

Nita Maynard (hooker)

Annetta Nu’ausala (prop)

Paige Parker (middle)

Kaitlyn Phillips (2nd row)

Julia Robinson (winger)

Sara Sautia (2nd row)

Crystal Tamarua (2nd row)

Shakiah Tungai (Winger)

Titans of the Gold Coast

Madison Bartlett (winger)

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Annette Brander (props)

Brittany Breayley-Nati (Hooker)

Kimiora Breayley-Nati (half-back)

Karina Brown (winger)

Lauren Brown (halfback)

Zara Canfield (2nd row)

Laikha Clarke (prop)

Emily Curtain (Five Eighths)

Jessica Elliston (prop)

Jetaya Faifua (Winger)

Tazmin Gray (2nd row)

Georgia Hale (Castle)

Stephanie Hancock (prop)

Shannon Mato (prop)

Hailee-Jay Maunsell (center)

Hagiga Mosby (Winger)

Roxy Murdoch (prop)

April Ngatupuna (Castle)

Apii Nicholls (full-back)

Evania Pelite (Defender)

Jasmine Peters (middle)

Tiana Raftstrand-Smith (2nd row)

Newcastle Knights

Tamsin Barbier (Winger)

Millie Boyle (prop)

Yasmin Clydsdale (2nd row)

Tiana Davison (2nd row)

Kirra Dibb (Five Eighths)

Olivia Higgins (hooker)

Caitlan Johnston (prop)

Simone Karpani (Castle)

Bobbi Law (middle)

Emma Manzelmann (whore)

Caitlin Moran (half-back)

Nicole Nathan (Winger)

Emmanita Paki (middle)

Shanice Parker (defender)

Charntay Poko (half-back)

Taylah Predebon (prop)

Kyra Simon (prop)

Hannah Southwell (Castle)

Kiana Takairangi (middle)

Romy Teizel (full-back)

Tamika Upton (Defender)

Parramatta eels

Brooke Anderson (Castle)

Gayle Broughton (defender)

Rima Butler (prop)

Kennedy Cherrington (2nd row)

Rueben Cherrington (Hooker)

Abbi Church (Defender)

Zali Fay (Winger)

Vanessa Foliaki (2nd row)

Filomina Hanisi (prop)

Rikeya Horne (Winger)

Ellie Johnston (prop)

Ruby Jean Kennard (prop)

Seli Milangi (Castle)

Tiana Penitani (winger)

Christian Pio (2nd row)

Tayla Preston (halfback)

Ashlee Quinlan (half-back)

Tess Staines (defender)

Simaima Taufa (Castle)

Cassey Tohi-Hiku (Winger)

Brooke Walker (halfback)

Luisa Yaranamua (half-back)

St. George Illawarra Kite

Elsie Albert (prop)

Kezie Apps (2nd row)

Shaylee Bent (middle)

Teagan berry (wings)

Keele Brown (middle)

Keeley Davis (hooker)

Quincy Dodd (hooker)

Tegan Dymock (Castle)

Taliah Fuimaono (five-eighths)

Talei Holmes (2nd row)

Zali Hopkins (half-back)

Page McGregor (middle)

Salma Nour (Hooker)

Rachael Pearson (halfback)

Andie Robinson (middle)

Monalisa Soliola (prop)

Renee Targett (hooker)

Emma Tonegato (defender)

Chantel Tugaga (2nd row)

Holli Wheeler (lock)

Sydney Roosters

Samantha Bremner (defender)

Destiny Brill (Castle)

Shawden Burton (hooker)

Samantha Economos (prop)

Jayme Fressard (middle)

Mya Hill-Vaiana (prop)

Kalosipani Hopoate (prop)

Keilee Joseph (2nd row)

Jocelyn Kelleher (halfback)

Olivia Kernick (2nd row)

Raecène McGregor (halfback)

Joeli Morris (Castle)

Shaniah Power (2nd row)

Otesa Pule (2nd row)

Shannon Rose (middle)

Jessica Sergis (middle)

Jasmine Strange (middle)

Jada Taylor (defender)

Angelina Teakaraanga-Katoa (prop)

Chante Temara (Hooker)

Zahara Temara (five-eighths)

Leianne Tufuga (Winger)

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