Victoria's 2023 campaign at this year's Harvey Norman Women's Nationals will kick off on Thursday, May 18 at 9.30am and will finish on Sunday, May 21 with a day of finals matches beginning from 9.00am.
All games will be played at Burleigh’s Pizzey Park in Miami, Queensland.
Victoria are in Pool C and will battle it out with South Australia, Northern Territory and the ADF.
NSW Emerging Country
Ahi Ka Aotearoa
First Nations Gems
Australian Defence Force
You can check out all of Victoria’s fixtures:
Where can I watch the matches if I can't attend?
NRL.com will live stream every game of the Harvey Norman National Championships across all four days with links available from Day 1.
How long does each match go for?
All matches across the four days including finals on Sunday will be played in 20-minute halves with a 10-minute break at half-time.
There is a 10-minute gap between all games.
With some of Victoria's most exciting female talent selected in the squad as well as those that have excelled in the Storm Premiership in recent seasons, Victoria's 2023 squad boasts a perfect blend of experience and youth as it prepares for the three-day tournament in the Gold Coast.
Looking to build a strong base of females playing rugby league at a high-level in Victoria, the squad offers those younger players coming through the ranks a chance to familiarize themselves with the systems and standards in place, in order to help develop their skills, training and mindset for future campaigns.
As part of the Indigenous pathways, Victoria's Indigenous squad members Kate Eldridge, Pamela Bowden O'leary and Katie Bugden were given the opportunity to join a three-day First Nation Gems development camp that allowed them to find connection with mob and learn about their culture.
Victoria will kick off its campaign against South Australia on May 18 at 2:30pm.