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Three changes to Black Fern Sevens for Dubai

The Black Fern Sevens will be without Portia Woodman and Niall Williams for the HSBC Dubai Sevens at the end of this month, after injury ruled both players out of contention.


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Tonga take final place at 2019 HSBC NZ Sevens

Fan favourite Tonga have secured the final spot at the 2019 HSBC New Zealand Sevens in Hamilton where the Pacific Island nation will return to the World Sevens Series for the first time in more than five years.
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All Blacks Sevens bolstered by new and experienced signings

The All Blacks Sevens will have the services of one of their most well known and experienced players through to the Tokyo Olympics, with Kurt Baker locking in his commitment through to 2020.
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New talent set for Oceania Sevens

The All Blacks Sevens team and a Black Ferns Sevens development side have been named ahead of this weekend’s Oceania Sevens tournament in Fiji with a number of exciting young players set to don the black jersey.


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Top talent gets nod for Red Bull Ignite7

Nationally ranked sprinters, provincial netballers, age-grade AFL stars, and New Zealand Secondary Schools rugby representatives are among the 96 players named to take part in the inaugural Red Bull Ignite7 event this November.


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Black Ferns Sevens dominate World Rugby nominations

This year’s World Rugby Women’s Sevens Player of the Year will be a New Zealander after Black Ferns Sevens stars Michaela Blyde, Portia Woodman and captain Sarah Goss were this morning confirmed the three nominations for the annual award.


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