SAINTS Women will open their Super League campaign at champions Wigan in a game which will be streamed live on the Our League app and website.

Women’s Rugby League will be bigger and better than ever in 2019 – kicking off with a blockbuster opening Sunday featuring all three domestic leagues on April 7.

In both Women’s Super League and Championship, each team will play each other home and away over 14 rounds of the regular season. In League 1, as nine clubs are involved in the competition, clubs will have a number of bye weeks during the season.

In all three leagues the season will begin on April 7 and end on September 29. The top four teams in Women’s Super League and Women’s Championship will then enter into semi-final play-offs, with first place playing fourth and second playing third, before the Women’s Super League Grand Final and Championship Grand Final both take place on Sunday, October 13 at Emerald Headingley Stadium.

The Coral Women’s Challenge Cup, which will take place alongside the domestic league competitions, is expected to be bigger and better in 2019 as more teams than ever before enter.

The Women’s Final will take place as part of a triple header event alongside the Coral Challenge Cup men’s semi-finals at the University of Bolton Stadium on Saturday, July 27.

Round One, which takes place on Sunday, May 5 will feature sixteen teams – eight teams from the Women’s Championship and eight teams who progress through the preliminary qualifying round.

All eight Women’s Super League teams will then enter in Round Two which takes place on Sunday, May 26. The quarter-finals will be played on Sunday, June 6 and semi-finals on Sunday, July 7.

Selected fixtures from across both the Women’s Super League and Coral Women’s Challenge Cup will be streamed live on the Our League app and website. Further details will be announced in due course.

St Helens Star:

R1 07/04/2019 Wigan Warriors v St Helens (Robin Park Arena)

R2 14/04/2019 St Helens v Bradford Bulls (Pilkington Recs ARLFC)

R3 28/04/2019 St Helens v Featherstone Rovers (Pilkington Recs ARLFC)

R4 12/05/2019 Castleford Tigers v St Helens (Mend-a-hose Jungle)

R5 02/06/2019 Wakefield Trinity v St Helens (Sharlston Rovers RLC)

R6 30/06/2019 St Helens v York City Knights (Pilkington Recs ARLFC)

R7 21/07/2019 Leeds Rhinos v St Helens (Sports Park Weetwood)

R8 04/08/2019 St Helens v Wakefield Trinity (Pilkington Recs ARLFC)

R9 11/08/2019 Bradford Bulls v St Helens (Odsal Stadium)

R10 18/08/2019 Featherstone Rovers v St Helens (LD Nutrition Stadium)

R11 01/09/2019 York City Knights v St Helens (St John University)

R12 08/09/2019 St Helens v Leeds Rhinos (Pilkington Recs ARLFC)

R13 15/09/2019 St Helens v Wigan Warriors (Pilkington Recs ARLFC)

R14 29/09/2019 St Helens v Castleford Tigers (Pilkington Recs ARLFC)