The week that was on social media … Farah Palmer Cup (Final Edition)

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It wasn’t the result the Auckland Storm were after on Saturday, but it’s been a brilliant turnaround season for the union, and it’s been an even better season for Isla Norman-Bell who stamped her mark on the competition on the wing. She now switches her attention to the Red Bull Ignite7.

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Norman-Bell’s Storm teammate and Black Ferns lock Charmaine Smith took the time out to thank her support group ahead of the off-season.

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Canterbury’s Martha Lolohea made her Farah Palmer Cup debut this season and was grateful for the opportunity in just her second year playing rugby. It’s been a year to remember for Lolohea, having not only won the Premiership, but also being selected for the Black Ferns development side.

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Fellow Canterbury teammate Sam Curtis celebrated the three-peat with her twin sister, Taylor.

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Northland’s Harono Te Iringa celebrated a successful debut season in the Farah Palmer Cup with some of her friends and teammates over the long weekend, soaking up the sunshine in Ahipara.

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It’s been a season to remember for Otago Spirit assistant coach and former Black Fern Aimee Sutorius, with her side going through the entire season undefeated.

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Otago first five-eighth Rosie Kelly became the competition’s highest points scorer after her side’s victory over Hawke’s Bay. She picked up 107 points throughout the season.

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Teammate Rosie Buchanan-Brown took to Instagram as well, expressing her excitement with the result.

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And this is what rugby is all about. Legendary Hawke’s Bay halfback Emma Jensen posed with her family ahead of the Championship final

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