The week that was on social media…Farah Palmer Cup (Edition 5)

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Tik tok is the latest social media platform blowing up across the world and the Bay of Plenty Volcanix have wasted no time getting involved. 



Injured Manawatu Cyclones player Tiana Davison shared a heartfelt message to her teammates on Instagram. Best of luck for your recovery Tiana and we can't wait to see you on the field in 2020!
Canterbury celebrated their awards evening in style during the week. 
Pia Tapsell has made a fine return to the field from injury and reinforced her love for the game with this message following North Harbour's close loss to Tasman.
The Wellington Pride work hard on the field and have a lot of fun off it if Alicia Print's instagram post is anything to go by.
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Waikato's Esther Faiaoga shared a special moment with her teammates following the game against Counties Manukau.
Toka Natua shares the love for Varsity.
Is there such a thing as too much tape in rugby?
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Too much tape?

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Family first for Ngano Tavake.
Taranaki ended their season with a tough clash against Northland in Whangarei.
Congratulations to Savannah Bodman of the Northland Kauri for being named as Northland's junior sportsperson of the year.

Te Toa Whakaihuwaka Junior Female Sportsperson Award 🏉...Savannah Bodman...🏉 NZ Māori Rugby, Te Tai Tokerau Touch,...

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