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Australia women's national rugby league team

Australian Jillaroos
Badge of Australian Jillaroos team
Team information
NicknameThe Jillaroos
Governing bodyAustralian Rugby League Commission
RegionAsia-Pacific
Head coachBrad Donald
CaptainKezie Apps
Sam Bremner
Ali Brigginshaw
Most capsTahnee Norris (32)
Top try-scorerSam Bremner (14)
Isabelle Kelly (14)
Top point-scorerAli Brigginshaw (74)
IRL ranking1st
Uniforms
First colours
Second colours
Team results
First international
 Australia 14-18 New Zealand 
(Lidcombe Oval, Sydney, 1 July 1995)
Biggest win
 Australia 92–0 France 
(York, England; 6 November 2022)
Biggest defeat
 Australia 6-50 New Zealand 
(England; 18 November 2000)
World Cup
Appearances6 (first time in 2000)
Best resultChampions (2013, 2017, 2021)

The Australia women's national rugby league team, also known as the Australian Jillaroos, or Harvey Norman Jillaroos for sponsorship reasons,[1] represents Australia in women's rugby league. They are administered by the Australian Rugby League Commission and Australian Women's Rugby League.

The Australian Jillaroos are current world champions, having won the last two Women's Rugby League World Cup tournaments, in 2013[2][3][4][5] and 2017. Appointed in 2016, the current head coach of the Jillaroos is Brad Donald.[6]

Matches have been broadcast on free-to-air networks since 2014 (Nines) and 2015 (Test Match).[7][8][9]

The Jillaroos squad is selected by a panel of national selectors. There are specific tournaments and matches that act as selection trials.[10] These include:

Head to Head Records

Opponent FM MR M W D L Win% PF PA Share
 New Zealand 1995 2023 28 11 0 17 39.29% 435 600 42.03%
 Great Britain 1996 2002 8 3 0 5 37.50% 100 111 47.39%
 Fiji 1998 1998 2 2 0 0 100.00% 120 0 100.00%
New Zealand Māori 2003 2009 6 3 0 3 50.00% 90 104 46.39%
 Niue 2003 2003 1 1 0 0 100.00% 58 0 100.00%
 Samoa 2003 2011 2 2 0 0 100.00% 82 26 75.93%
 France 2008 2022 3 3 0 0 100.00% 224 0 100.00%
Russia 2008 2008 1 1 0 0 100.00% 72 0 100.00%
 England 2008 2017 3 3 0 0 100.00% 74 10 88.10%
 Pacific Islands 2008 2008 1 1 0 0 100.00% 32 6 84.21%
 Cook Islands 2017 2022 2 2 0 0 100.00% 132 4 93.55%
 Canada 2017 2017 2 2 0 0 100.00% 146 6 96.05%
 Papua New Guinea 2022 2022 1 1 0 0 100.00% 82 0 100.00%
Totals 1995 2023 60 35 0 25 58.33% 1,647 867 65.51%

Notes:

  • Table last updated 29 October 2023.
  • Share is the portion of "For" points compared to the sum of "For" and "Against" points.

Current roster

The squad for the 2023 Pacific Championships was announced on 3 October 2023.[11]
Players' ages are as at the date that the table was last updated, 29 October 2023.

J# Player Age Position(s) Jillaroos NRLW Other Reps
Dbt M T G F Pts 2023 Club CM TM T G F Pts
1 Tamika Upton 26 Fullback 2023 2 2 0 0 8 Knights 16 27 19 0 0 76 5 1
2 Jaime Chapman 21 Wing, Centre 2022 5 5 0 0 20 Titans 9 23 16 0 0 64 2 3 1 1
3 Jessica Sergis 26 Centre 2019 7 8 0 0 32 Roosters 18 28 15 0 0 60 7 3 1
4 Isabelle Kelly 27 Centre 2017 13 14 0 0 56 Roosters 30 32 14 0 0 56 10 1 3
5 Jakiya Whitfeld 22 Wing 2023 1 0 0 0 0 Tigers 9 11 4 0 0 16 1
6 Tarryn Aiken 24 Five-eighth, Halfback 2022 6 5 1 0 22 Roosters 10 29 11 1 0 46 5
7 Ali Brigginshaw 33 Halfback, Lock 2009 23 7 23 0 74 Broncos 33 33 12 35 0 118 14 6 1
8 Shannon Mato 25 Prop 2022 5 0 0 0 0 Titans 18 22 3 0 0 12 5 3
9 Lauren Brown 28 Hooker, Halfback 2022 7 0 31 0 62 Titans 16 26 2 37 2 84 3 1
11 Kezie Apps 32 Prop, Second-row 2014 15 2 0 0 8 Tigers 7 26 7 0 0 28 11 2 7 1
15 Yasmin Clydsdale 29 Second-row, Centre 2022 6 0 0 0 0 Knights 18 29 9 0 0 36 5
12 Olivia Kernick 22 Second-row 2022 6 2 0 0 8 Roosters 23 23 7 0 0 28 3 1 2 2
13 Simaima Taufa 29 Lock 2014 14 0 0 0 0 Raiders 9 31 9 0 0 36 9 2 2
14 Emma Tonegato 28 Fullback, Five-eighth 2013 9 8 0 0 32 Sharks 9 22 8 0 0 32 5 1
10 Jessika Elliston 26 Prop, Second-row 2023 2 0 0 0 0 Titans 22 27 5 0 0 20 4 1
16 Kennedy Cherrington 24 Lock 2022 6 2 0 0 8 Eels 17 21 2 0 0 8 3 2 2 1
17 Emma Manzelmann 21 Hooker 2023 1 0 0 0 0 Cowboys 9 21 5 0 0 20 2 1
18 Shaylee Bent 23 Second-row, Centre 2022 4 1 0 0 4 Titans 11 30 4 0 0 16 4 5 4
19 Shenae Ciesiolka 26 Centre, Fullback 2022 3 4 0 0 16 Broncos 24 24 12 0 0 48 5 1
20 Teagan Berry 21 Fullback 0 0 0 0 0 Dragons 23 23 21 1 0 86 2 1
21 Keeley Davis 23 Hooker 2018 6 1 0 0 4 Roosters 9 32 3 0 0 12 4 5 1
Caitlan Johnston 22 Second-row, Prop 2022 4 2 0 0 8 Knights 18 21 3 0 0 12 1 4 2 1
Keilee Joseph 21 Lock, Second-row 2022 2 0 0 0 0 Roosters 22 22 3 0 0 12 2 3
Julia Robinson 25 Wing, Fullback 2018 6 8 0 0 32 Broncos 24 24 14 0 0 56 4

Notes:

Coaches

The current coach of the Australian team is Brad Donald. Previous coaches have included Paul Dyer, Graham Murray, and Steve Folkes.

Name Tests Nines Ref.
Span Matches W D L W% Span Matches W D L W%
Graham Willard 1995– ? ? ? ? ? N/A [14]
Mark Donkin –1998– 2 2 0 0 100% N/A
Terry Borland –2002 ? ? ? ? ? N/A [15]
Dave Leat 2003– ? ? ? ? ? N/A [16]
Karen Stuart 2008–09 7 5 0 2 71% N/A
Graham Murray c2010–11 1 1 0 0 100% N/A [17]
Paul Dyer 2013 4 3 0 1 75% N/A
Steve Folkes 2014–16 3 1 0 2 33% 2015–16 6 2 0 0 33% [19]
Brad Donald 2017– 15 14 0 1 93% 2017–19 11 10 0 1 91% [20]

Table last updated 29 October 2023.

Results

Full internationals

Date Opponent Score Tournament Venue Video Report(s)
1 July 1995  New Zealand
14 - 18
2 Test Series Lidcombe Oval
8 July 1995  New Zealand
6 - 14
Hawker Oval, Canberra [21]
21 July 1996  Great Britain
16 – 14
3 Test Series Phillip Oval, Canberra [22] [23]
28 July 1996  Great Britain
12 – 18
Gilbert Park, Brisbane
3 August 1996  Great Britain
18 – 20
Redfern Oval, Sydney [24] [25][26][27]
20 September 1997  New Zealand
26 – 34
2 Test Series Petone Recreation Ground, Wellington [28][29]
24 September 1997  New Zealand
16 – 40
Carlaw Park,Auckland [30]
19 September 1998  Fiji
68 – 0
2 Test Series Suva, Fiji [31][32]
26 September 1998  Fiji
52 – 0
Fiji [33]
23 September 1999  New Zealand
10 – 20
3 Test Series Leichhardt Oval [34]
27 September 1999  New Zealand
22 – 20
Penrith Stadium [35] [36]
29 October 1999  New Zealand
14 – 26
Ericsson Stadium Auckland [37]
10 November 2000  New Zealand
6 – 10
2000 World Cup South Leeds Stadium [38] [39]
14 November 2000  Great Britain
10 – 14
Rams Stadium, Dewsbury [40] [41][42]
18 November 2000  New Zealand
6 – 50
Rams Stadium, Dewsbury [28][43]
21 November 2000  Great Britain
0 – 4
The Jungle, Castleford [44]
23 September 2001  New Zealand
8 – 42
Test Match Carlaw Park, Auckland [45][46]
14 July 2002  Great Britain
16 – 26
3 Test Series Ringrose Park, Wentworthville [47]
20 July 2002  Great Britain
14 – 10
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane [48]
27 July 2002  Great Britain
14 – 5
Bruce Stadium, Canberra [49][50]
8 August 2003 New Zealand Māori
20 – 14
Test Match Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane [51]
28 September 2003 New Zealand Māori
28 – 24
2003 World Cup North Harbour Stadium [52][53]
2 October 2003  Niue
58 – 0
[54]
6 October 2003  New Zealand
4 – 44
[55]
8 October 2003  Samoa
40 – 12
[56]
10 October 2003 New Zealand Māori
4 – 12
[57]
14 August 2004  New Zealand
12 – 38
2 Test Series Bendigo Bank Oval, Ipswich [58][59]
21 August 2004  New Zealand
20 – 30
Davies Park, Brisbane [60] [61]
31 October 2007 New Zealand Māori
20 – 16
2 Test Series Rotorua [62][63]
3 November 2007 New Zealand Māori
4 – 20
Rotorua [64]
6 November 2008  France
60 – 0
2008 World Cup Stockland Park, Sunshine Coast
8 November 2008  Russia
72 – 0
10 November 2008  England
22 – 4
12 November 2008  Pacific Islands
32 – 6
15 November 2008  New Zealand
0 – 34
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane [65]
16 September 2009 New Zealand Māori
14 – 18
2009 Tour
23 September 2009  New Zealand
18 – 16
Ellerslie Domain, Auckland [66]
3 September 2011  Samoa
42 – 14
Test Match Apia Park, Apia [67]
15 October 2011  New Zealand Cancelled Test Match Gold Coast [68]
5 July 2013  England
14 – 6
2013 World Cup The Tetley's Stadium, Dewsbury [69] [70]
8 July 2013  France
72 – 0
Post Office Road, Featherstone [71]
11 July 2013  New Zealand
6 – 14
Fox's Biscuits Stadium, Batley [72]
14 July 2013  New Zealand
22 – 12
Headingley, Leeds [73]
9 November 2014  New Zealand
8 – 12
Test Match (4NCR) WIN Stadium, Wollongong [74][75] [76]
3 May 2015  New Zealand
22 – 14
Anzac Test Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane [77]
6 May 2016  New Zealand
16 – 26
Anzac Test Hunter Stadium, Newcastle [78][79][80]
5 May 2017  New Zealand
16 – 4
Anzac Test GIO Stadium, Canberra [81]
16 November 2017  Cook Islands
58 – 4
2017 World Cup Southern Cross Group Stadium, Sydney [82]
19 November 2017  England
38 – 0
[83] [84][85]
22 November 2017  Canada
88 – 0
[86] [87]
26 November 2017  Canada
58 – 6
[88]
2 December 2017  New Zealand
23 – 16
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane [89] [90][91]
13 October 2018  New Zealand
26 – 24
Trans-Tasman Test Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland [92] [93]
25 October 2019  New Zealand
28 – 8
Trans-Tasman Test WIN Stadium, Wollongong [94] [95]
2 November 2022  Cook Islands
74 – 0
2021 World Cup York Community Stadium, York [96] [97][98]
6 November 2022  France
92 – 0
[99] [100][101]
10 November 2022  New Zealand
10 – 8
[102] [103][104]
14 November 2022  Papua New Guinea
82 – 0
[105] [106][107]
19 November 2022  New Zealand
54 – 4
Old Trafford, Manchester [108] [109][110]
14 October 2023  New Zealand
16 – 10
2023 Pacific Champs Qld Country Bank Stadium, Townsville [111] [112]
28 October 2023  New Zealand
6 – 12
AAMI Park, Melbourne [113] [114][115]


Other international matches

Date Opponent Score Tournament Venue Video Report(s)
4 Nov 2017  Papua New Guinea
42 – 4
Curtain-raiser
to men's PM's XIII
National Football Stadium [116]
6 Oct 2018  Papua New Guinea
40 – 4
Women's PM's XIII match National Football Stadium [117]
11 Oct 2019 Fiji
22 – 14
Women's PM's XIII match ANZ National Stadium, Suva [118] [119]
25 Sep 2022  Papua New Guinea
64 – 6
Women's PM's XIII match Suncorp Stadium [120] [121][122]
23 Sep 2023  Papua New Guinea
56 – 4
Women's PM's XIII match National Football Stadium [123] [124][125]

Nines

Date Opponent Score Tournament Venue Video Report(s)
31 January 2015 New Zealand
4 – 8
2015 Auckland Nines Eden Park, Auckland
1 February 2015
4 – 16
8 – 7
[126]
6 February 2016
11 – 4
2016 Auckland Nines [127]
7 February 2016
0 – 9
[129]
7 – 21
[131]
4 February 2017
20 – 4
2017 Auckland Nines [133]
5 February 2017
8 – 0
[134]
14 – 4
23 February 2018 Samoa
26 – 4
2018 Commonwealth Championship Dolphin Oval, Redcliffe
Fiji
24 – 0
24 February 2018 Cook Islands
14 – 8
Samoa
14 – 8
18 October 2019  New Zealand
22 – 8
2019 International Nines Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta [137]
19 October 2019  England
42 – 4
[138]
 Papua New Guinea
30 – 6
[139]
 New Zealand
15 – 17
[140]

Individual awards

Since 2015 a Female Player of the Year award has been included in the Dally M Awards.

Year Player Rep Teams NRL Club State Club References
2015 Jenni-Sue Hoepper Jillaroos QLD Townsville Brothers [142]
2016 Kezie Apps Jillaroos NSW Helensburgh Tigers [143][144]
2017 Samaima Taufu Jillaroos NSW Mounties [145]
2018 Brittany Breayley Jillaroos QLD Brisbane Broncos Ipswich Brothers [146]
2019 Jessica Sergis Jillaroos NSW St George-Illawarra Dragons Helensburgh Tigers [147]
2020 Ali Brigginshaw QLD[nb 1] Brisbane Broncos Ipswich Brothers [148]
2021[nb 2] Millie Boyle NSW Brisbane Broncos Burleigh Bears [149]
Emma Tonegato St George-Illawarra Dragons
2022 Raecene McGregor Kiwi Ferns Sydney Roosters North Sydney Bears [150]
2023 Tamika Upton QLD Newcastle Knights Newcastle Knights [151]
  1. ^ Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia the interstate match was postponed from June to November, after the presentation of the award in October
  2. ^ The award for the 2021 Season, which was held between 27 February and 10 April 2022, was tied with duel winners announced.

Individual Records

This section last updated 29 October 2023

Games played: 32

  • Tahnee Norris

Points scored: 74

Tries scored: 14

Goals kicked: 31

Points scored in a match: 20

Tries scored in a match: 5

Goals kicked in a match: 10

See also

Men

Women's Governance and History

Women's Teams

Women's Competitions

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