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The Farah Palmer Cup is where greatness begins - Swannell

Six uncapped players and three first-time squad members have been named in the Black Ferns touring party for next month’s Northern tour; three players who have been directly rewarded for their form in the Farah Palmer Cup. 


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Black Ferns primed for historic tour

The Black Ferns selectors have chosen a compelling mix of emerging talent and experienced campaigners for their ground-breaking November tour of the USA and France.
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Three new players named in Black Ferns squad

Excitement is growing ahead of the Black Ferns Northern Tour, as three new players are added to the squad that will play in Chicago and France.

Black Ferns and Māori All Blacks squads announced

NZ Rugby chairman Brent Impey and NZ Rugby Māori Board Chair Dr Farah Palmer announce the Black Ferns and Māori All Blacks squad for their upcoming End of Year Tour.

Black Ferns squad for November Tests named

Black Ferns Head Coach Glenn Moore has called three new players into his squad to play an historic triple header Test against the USA in Chicago and two Tests against France next month.


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National selection looms large in Farah Palmer Cup - Swannell

As crunch time looms in the Farah Palmer Cup this weekend’s semifinals will be played with something else on the horizon.


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Wellbeing Round to raise awareness of mental health

Mental wellbeing will be the focus for New Zealand's Mitre 10 Cup and Farah Palmer Cup Provincial Unions this week as they show their support for Mental Health Awareness Week (MHAW) and players share tips about coping with stress and pressure.


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Farah Palmer Cup continues to surprise - Swannell

When Bay of Plenty joined the women's provincial competition in 2015, they were beaten by Auckland 101-nil.
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Spotlight on Wahine Round

Last week saw New Zealand Rugby mark the 125th anniversary of the suffrage movement in New Zealand by holding the Wahine Round across the Mitre 10 Cup and Farah Palmer Cup.
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‘Dr Deb’ working to make the game safer

Given the wider support network top sportspeople now have through the various levels of medical involvement, it was inevitable that women would become part of the All Blacks management team.
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