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. 

 

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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!
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Canterbury celebrated their awards evening in style during the week. 
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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.
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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.
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Toka Natua shares the love for Varsity.
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Is there such a thing as too much tape in rugby?
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Family first for Ngano Tavake.
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Taranaki ended their season with a tough clash against Northland in Whangarei.
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Congratulations to Savannah Bodman of the Northland Kauri for being named as Northland's junior sportsperson of the year.
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