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Claire Richardson

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Representative Teams

New Zealand Black Ferns

Position: Centre

Biography: Claire Richardson rejoined the Black Ferns in 2012 for the first time since 2007 after a strong season with Otago in the Women’s Provincial Championship where she extended her record points tally for the province. Although she has played much of her rugby at fullback, Richardson is a skilled midfielder and frequently causes problems for her opponents with her accuracy and precision in both defence and attack.

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Tiana Ngawati

Date of Birth: 27/12/1986

Representative Teams

New Zealand Womans 7s

Position: Forward

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Charlene Halapua

Date of Birth: 17/01/1988

Representative Teams

New Zealand Womans 7s

Position: Lock

Biography: Auckland Storm 15s - 2012 Auckland 7's - 2012 NZ 7's - 2012 Away from rugby I am: working full-time and learning how to break dance Favourites Rugby ground: Eden Park Rugby player and why: Brad Thorn - he's a workhorse! Earliest rugby memories: Cutting my ear during tackle practice Biggest influence on your rugby career and why: Sister Renee, because I wanted to be like her Food: Salmon, dumplings, roast pork Actor/Actress: Sandra Bullock Movie: Dirty Dancing Book: Harry Potter Singer/Band/Music Type: Reggae, Kanye West, J. Cole, Beyonce, U2 Holiday destination: Thailand Non-rugby sports team: Mystics, Penrith Panthers I hate it when....I get into bed and I'm hungry....again I can't live without....music and seafood If I wasn't a rugby player I would be...a nurse Something interesting about me....I was born in Tonga and move to NZ when I was 11 years old

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Edwin Cocker

Date of Birth: 03/11/1980

Representative Teams

New Zealand Sevens

Position: Loose Forward

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Willie Rickards

Date of Birth: 08/06/1984

Representative Teams

New Zealand Sevens

Position: Wing

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Anna Richards

Date of Birth: 03/12/1964

Representative Teams

New Zealand Black Ferns
New Zealand Womens Sevens
New Zealand Womens Touch

Position: First Five-Eighths

Biography: Anna Richards is the most capped Black Ferns player. She has achieved much on the rugby field, including winning Women's Rugby World Cup gold medals in 1998, 2002 and 2006, celebrating success in the Canada Cup in 1996, 2002 and 2005 and she was a member of the 2004 Churchill Cup-winning side. Her distinguished career also includes club rugby stints in Italy and England. She is an all-round sportswoman who has represented New Zealand in Sevens and touch rugby. She has also played provincial netball for Canterbury.

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Angela McGregor

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Representative Teams

New Zealand Womens Sevens

Position: Fullback

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Emma Jensen

Date of Birth: 25/11/1977

Representative Teams

New Zealand Black Ferns

Position: Halfback

Biography: Emma Jensen has become one of the key members of the Black Ferns squad since making her international debut against Germany at the 2002 Women's Rugby World Cup. In 2006 she played a key role in the Black Ferns’ IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup-winning performance in Canada. In 2004 she was a member of the team that won the Churchill Cup and 2005 celebrated Canada Cup success. She has played club rugby in Italy and is also a former New Zealand age-group representative in hockey.

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Hannah Porter

Date of Birth: 28/09/1979

Representative Teams

New Zealand Black Ferns
New Zealand Womens Sevens

Position: First Five-Eighths

Biography: Hannah Porter is a versatile player who can cover most of the positions in the backline. She returns to the Black Ferns in 2008 after last playing for the side in 2006. An accurate goal kicker too, she has had tutelage from former All Blacks first five Grant Fox. In 2003 she was a nominee for New Zealand’s Women’s Rugby Player of the Year.

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Monalisa Codling

Date of Birth: 20/04/1977

Representative Teams

New Zealand Black Ferns

Position: Lock

Biography: Monalisa Codling has been a strong and consistent performer for the Black Ferns since making her international debut in 1998, and has won three IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup gold medals. Mobile and a proven ball-winner, she forms an effective partnership with Auckland locking teammate Victoria Heighway. She has also played Sevens, represented Otago in fifteens from 1996-1998 and from 1999 she has been part of the successful Auckland Storm in the national women's competition. In 2003 she was named New Zealand’s Women’s Player of the Year.

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