It will be another year of surprises, drama and exciting new talent in the 2017 Intrust Super Premiership NSW.
The competition stepped up in quality in 2016, with all but two teams still in contention for finals spots heading into the final week of the regular season. In season 2017, fans can expect the unexpected yet again.
All three NSWRL senior competitions – Intrust Super Premiership NSW, Ron Massey Cup and Sydney Shield – will kick-off in line with the 2017 NRL competition, while the SG Ball (U18), Harold Matthews (U16) and inaugural Tarsha Gale Cup (U18 women) competitions commence on 11 Feb.
Fox Sports will again broadcast each match-of-the-round clash live and exclusive in high definition throughout the entire regular season and finals series.
“The start of the year is always an exciting time," NSWRL General Manager of Football Barrie-Jon Mather said.
"All players are fit and healthy, coaches have finished their preparations and the supporters have plenty of unanswered questions about their team and the possibility of reaching the Grand Final on 24 September.
"We expect another close competition and excitement that we’ve come to expect from both senior and junior competitions.”