The Canterbury captain had a breakthrough season in 2020, leading her side to their fourth consecutive Farah Palmer Cup title and bagging eight tries to be their top try scorer for the season.
She was the first women’s player to notch up 50 matches for Lincoln University, and earlier this year brought up 50 caps for Canterbury. In 2019, she played three matches for the New Zealand Development side and in 2020, captained the NZ Barbarians in the two-match series against the Black Ferns. Her older sister, Chelsea, made her Black Ferns debut last year.
Bremner made her Black Ferns debut against England in Exeter in 2021 and was a member of the Black Ferns Rugby World Cup 2021 winning squad. She also scored her first Test try in the same match.