Exciting changes for Women's Rugby World Cup 2021

World Rugby has launched the host selection process for Women's Rugby World Cup 2021, which will feature exciting format changes, reflecting the international federation's commitment to accelerate the development of the women’s game.
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Black Ferns stars bring fun and fitness to Cook Islands youth

World Cup winning Black Ferns stars Toka Natua and Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate are set to launch a programme using rugby to improve the lives of teenagers in the Cook Islands.
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Black Ferns to play two Tests against Australia

New Zealand fans will get their first taste of the World Champion Black Ferns in action this year when they take on Australia in two tantalising trans-Tasman double header Test matches in August.
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NZ U18 Sevens team named for Oceania tournament

Twelve young athletes have been named in the New Zealand Under 18 sevens team to compete at the inaugural Oceania Rugby Under 18s Sevens Championship in Sydney next month.

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Book review: 2018 Rugby Almanack

The 82nd edition of a rugby writer’s best friend has hit the shelves again.
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Historic Black Ferns Professional Performance Programme announced

In an historic first for the women’s rugby 15s game, New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and the New Zealand Rugby Players Association (NZRPA) have negotiated a formal Black Ferns professional performance programme.
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Women’s rugby honoured in the NZ Rugby Almanack

Fiao’o Fa’amausili has become the first female to ever appear on the cover of the NZ Rugby Almanack.
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Dr Deb Robinson appointed to World Rugby Council

Highly regarded Black Ferns and former All Blacks team doctor, Dr Deb Robinson has been appointed as New Zealand Rugby’s first female representative on the World Rugby Council.
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Glenn Moore re-appointed as Black Ferns Head Coach

Women’s World Cup winning Head Coach Glenn Moore will continue his role with the Black Ferns in 2018 and 2019, New Zealand Rugby announced today.
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