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Black Ferns squad locked in for Rugby World Cup

Black Ferns coaches Wayne Smith, Wesley Clarke and Whitney Hansen have selected 32 players in the Black Ferns squad for the upcoming Rugby World Cup, hosted in New Zealand for the first time. The squad was announced by New Zealand Rugby Deputy Chair and Rugby World Cup winner Dr Farah Palmer at College Rifles Rugby

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Thoughts on the latest Black Ferns Squad

Wayne Smith has published the names of 33 players to form the Black Ferns squad to face Australia home and away in the O’Reilly Cup (two tests) – see list below. There are several points of interest. Smith stresses that he and his staff are still looking for talent to add to the squad. This

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Black Ferns named for O’Reilly Cup Test series

Ruahei Demant to lead the team alongside co-Captain Kennedy Simon Theresa Fitzpatrick and debutant Tyla Nathan-Wong to join squad fresh from Commonwealth Games. 19-Test Black Fern Victoria Subritzky-Nafatali and 2019 Black Fern Player of the Year Charmaine McMenamin return to the squad. As the Black Ferns continue to build to the Rugby World Cup 2021,

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Black Ferns name triallists

The best of women’s talent will get the chance to impress Black Ferns coaches this Friday with the Black Ferns Trial being played at Navigation Homes Stadium in Pukekohe (kick off 7.05pm). The trial brings together 46 of the country’s leading players to face off with an eye to cementing their spot in the Rugby

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Sevens stars set to shine over Matariki weekend

The world’s leading sevens teams descend on Pukukohe this weekend for the Oceania Sevens in their last international tournament before July’s Commonwealth Games. For All Blacks Sevens and Black Ferns Sevens players it will be a chance to test themselves against the best opposition from Fiji, Australia and Tonga, just days before the Commonwealth Games

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