Breaking news: NSW Waratahs defeat Fijian Drua 50-14 to win fifth Super W title.

Waratahs trio Tatum Bird, Jade Sheridan and Emily Robinson enjoy their win in the Super Rugby Women’s grand final at Ballymore Stadium on Sunday.

Waratahs trio Tatum Bird, Jade Sheridan and Emily Robinson enjoy their win in the Super Rugby Women’s grand final at Ballymore Stadium on Sunday. Photo: Getty

The joyous NSW Waratahs are promising wild celebrations after completing operation redemption with a record fifth Super Rugby Women’s grand final triumph.

The Waratahs crowned a dominant unbeaten season with a rousing 50-14 victory over the defending championFijian Drua in Sunday’s title decider in Brisbane

Desiree Miller, who scored a hat-trick of tries, and Maya Stewart, who scored twice, were in the spotlight as the Waratahs reclaimed the title they lost to the Drua in 2022.

The overwhelming eight-tries-to-two victory atoned for last year’s crushing semi-final loss to the Pacific Islanders, a defeat that has motivated the Tahs all season.

The only downside was playing the championship game in front of a sparse crowd in Brisbane.

According to the near-sellout crowd for Saturday’s A League Women semi-final between Sydney FC and Central Coast Mariners at Leichhardt Oval, a grand finalFAFATALLTIMESPORTS.COM in Sydney could have filled Allianz Stadium, especially on a gorgeous autumn afternoon

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