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Women's Rugby World Cup is almost here!

By Sam Smith
Black Ferns captain Kendra Cocksedge takes great delight in victory.

The Women’s Rugby World Cup New Zealand 2021 (playing in 2022) is almost here!


Although the wait between tournaments has been an extended one, it’s proven to be a welcome one for a Black Ferns side who have been rebuilding after their horror northern tour last year.

The appointment of a new super group of coaches with Wayne Smith at the helm and assisted by the likes of Sir Graham Henry and Mike Cron has built excitement within the squad, and its starting to show on the field.

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Loads of future stars have been unearthed as the Black Ferns new coaching group looks to build depth, and with some strong performances in the Pacific Four series followed by the pummelling of the Wallaroos in the O’Reilly Cup, things are looking up for the Black Ferns.

A home Rugby World Cup couldn’t have come at a better time for this team and we can’t wait to see what they bring to the party this October.

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