Kendra Cocksedge

Taranaki-born Kendra Cocksedge is one of the most influential figures in the global game. After debuting for the Black Ferns at just 19-years-old, Cocksedge has gone on to win two Women’s Rugby World Cup titles (2010 and 2017) and was named World Rugby Women’s Player of the Year in 2015. She has also excelled in sevens and was part of the squad that won the inaugural Women’s Sevens World Series in 2013. In 2018 Kendra became the first woman to win the Kelvin R Tremain Memorial player of the year.

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We want to put on a show – Cocksedge

It’s been a whirlwind couple of weeks in the Black Ferns camp and the team is pumped to get out there and play in front of our home fans at Eden Park this weekend.
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They’ve made the country proud – Cocksedge

They came, they saw, and they doubled down.
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It’s taken a while but I’ve finally caught my breath from that weekend of Investec Super Rugby.
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OPINION: Women's rugby on a high

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