The synchro swimmer changing rugby for good
Once a synchronised swimming star, Katie Sadleir is now responsible for empowering women in rugby around the world.
History-maker Mahoney adds to Ferns’ legacy with whistle
She may be “just a typical farming girl”, but former Black Fern Rebecca Mahoney has just made rugby history.
Black Ferns call on fans for lone home test
With NZ bidding to host the next women’s World Cup, the Black Ferns are hoping for a big turn-out on Saturday.
Victory beckons for common sense
The Tuesday Morning Quarterback celebrates the greatest press release ever written.
Black Ferns still supreme - but the gap is closing
Mind the gap. It’s closing. And closing quite rapidly. That was the message for the Black Ferns as they ground out a clear but seldom comfortable victory in Sydney over the Wallaroos in the first match of Laurie O’Reilly Memorial Trophy.
The disappearance and return of Matt Johnson
Rheumatic fever nearly claimed Matt Johnson’s life at 13. Ten years later, he’s not about to let it take away his rugby dream.
Niall Williams: mother-of-2, inspiration to all
Niall Williams delivers her own unique brand of strength to the world champion Black Ferns Sevens side.
World Cup sevens an emblem of equality
In what is a very male-dominated sport, the Rugby World Cup Sevens was an emblem of equality.