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Another accolade for Emma Jensen

Emma Jensen, who became the first New Zealand player to reach 100 games in the national provincial tournament last month, will have another significant first to add to her career.
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Wellington ready to celebrate with the Black Ferns

Wellington is ready for a lunchtime of celebrations with the Black Ferns at Civic Square tomorrow to honour the team's 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup success.
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Celebration for World Cup winning Black Ferns

Hundreds joined the Black Ferns to celebrate their 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup success at a public event in Manukau, Auckland.

LIVE: Black Ferns Celebrations

Watch live as we celebrate the Black Ferns' Women's Rugby World Cup winning success at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau.
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Auckland ready to celebrate World Champion Black Ferns

Auckland is ready to celebrate with the Black Ferns for their 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup success with a free public event at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau tomorrow.

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World Champion Black Ferns to be celebrated

Black Ferns’ fans, friends and families will celebrate the team and their 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup success with a special event in Auckland next week – with more events in the works for other regions. 


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Women's rugby to be celebrated at All Blacks Test

The Women’s Rugby World Cup winning Black Ferns and HSBC Women’s Sevens World Series champion Black Ferns Sevens will be celebrated at tomorrow night’s All Blacks Test match against South Africa at QBE Stadium.
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Emma Jensen to achieve a first for women's rugby

Auckland Storm halfback Emma Jensen will reach a significant milestone when becoming the first player to make 100 appearances in the Farah Palmer Cup women's national provincial tournament when running out against Canterbury at Eden Park on Saturday.
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Expanded Farah Palmer Cup kicks off

More teams than ever before will take the field in the 2017 Farah Palmer Cup, with the return of Hawke’s Bay and inclusion of Tasman for the first time.
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In Numbers: Black Ferns World Cup success

The Black Ferns captivated the rugby world with a stunning run of victories on their way to lifting the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland.
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