Brazier aims to be Black Ferns 7s first woman coach
Sevens star Kelly Brazier wants to keep making history and become the first woman to coach the Black Ferns.
Time to end rugby’s uneasy, ill-chosen Crusade
Canterbury and Tasman’s Super Rugby franchise can no longer be called the Crusaders - any more than it can be called the Jihadis.
Why we need to see more of Sevens sisters
Victorious Black Ferns Sevens captain Sarah Hirini wants Kiwi fans to see more of the world’s best sevens rugby team.
Time for All Blacks to call Joe Schmidt
With Steve Hansen confirming his exit next year, the search for the All Blacks’ new head coach will focus on Ireland’s Joe Schmidt but also on what other people he and other contenders will bring.
The rugby player agent breaking new ground
Kelly Evans has become New Zealand’s first female accredited rugby player agent, Steve Deane reports.
All Blacks: Plan B starts now
The unsettling reality is that Steve Hansen has a couple of big problems to sort out if the All Blacks are to lift the cup for a third time in a row.
In memoriam: NZ rugby, 1884-2018
“In affectionate remembrance of NZ Rugby, which died on the fields of Dublin and Grenoble on 17 November, 2018.”
Black Ferns buzzing over World Cup hosting news
News filtered through to the Black Ferns’ hotel in France that the Women’s Rugby World Cup will be held on New Zealand soil for the first time in 2021.