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Harvey Norman Womens Bulldogs opener restarts under strict COVID-19 measures

The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs Women's side will open the revamped 2020 Harvey Norman Womens Premiership competition this Saturday, when they host the Central Coast Roosters at Terry Lamb Complex, Chester Hill from 1:00PM AEST.

Due to the current COVID-19 concerns, there will be no spectators allowed at this fixture.

Head Coach Lisa Fiaola has named NRLW Women’s Indigenous All Star halfback Quincy Dodd to make her club debut, pairing with former St Marys Saints captain Emily Rains in the halves.

The side will also feature AFLW GWS Giants midfielder Haneen Zreika at fullback, who was a part of Canterbury-Bankstown's Tarsha Gale Cup campaign which finished runners up in 2017.

2019 Bulldogs Womens Player of the Year Mahinaarangi Rewi will look to continue her form at hooker, with 2019 Women's Prime Minister’s XIII front rower Samantha Economos to provide grunt up the middle.

No. Player
1 Haneen Zreika
2 Leanne Toomalatai
3 Rikeya Horne
4 Mareva Swann
5 Margot Vella
6 Emily Rains
7 Quincy Dodd
8 Samantha Economos 
9 Mahinaarangi Rewi
10 Stephanie Ball
11 Rarmia Karam
12 Sarah Togatuki
13 Aaliyah Fasavalu-Fa'amausili
14 Renee Targett
15 Grace Clarke
17 Grace Li
23 Maddison Weatherall
19 Josie Lanez