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Proud to lead the Pride

Jackie Patea-Fereti was a fresh-faced 19-year-old sitting fretfully on the bench during the 2006 women’s NPC final when the Wellington Pride came of age with a tight but merited 11-10 victory over the mighty Auckland team at Eden Park.
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One last Storm season for Itunu

Linda Itunu’s retirement has proven to be short-lived, and that will only benefit a young and talented Auckland Storm side seeking to regain the heights from which they fell so sharply in 2018.
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Referee Rebecca Mahoney set to achieve another historic first

Rebecca Mahoney will become the first female to referee in New Zealand’s premier domestic rugby competition when she officiates the Mitre 10 Cup match between Hawke’s Bay and Southland this Friday.


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Farah Palmer Cup: Round one review

Perennial Farah Palmer Cup rivals Canterbury and Auckland made winning starts when the competition started on Saturday.
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Farah Palmer Cup: Week one preview and team lists

The premier women’s competition is back for 2019, with the Farah Palmer Cup Premiership teams going head-to-head on Saturday.
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Black Fern Olivia Ward-Duin to captain North Harbour Hibiscus in FPC

Prop Olivia Ward-Duin who made her Black Ferns debut earlier this month, has been handed the captaincy for her Hibiscus side for this year’s Farah Palmer Cup.


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Cantabs gunning for three-peat

Canterbury is aiming for a three-peat of Farah Palmer Cup titles this season and leading from the front will be seventh year skipper Stephanie Te Ohaere-Fox.
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Taranaki Whio looking for improvements in 2019

Taranaki Whio head coach Matt Stone has named a 30-woman squad for the upcoming Farah Palmer Cup season. 


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Farah Palmer talks Black Ferns, FPC and a special Maori recognition

Allblacks.com caught up with former Black Ferns skipper, New Zealand Rugby Board member and Massey University lecturer Dr Farah Palmer ahead of the Farah Palmer Cup.
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FPC is the shop window for mind blowing talent and a thrilling brand of rugby – Rikki Swannell

A year ago, the Farah Palmer Cup was starting against the backdrop of newly announced semi-professional contracts and the first steps towards levelling the playing field for the top tier of women’s players. 


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