Menu allblacks.com

Amiria Rule

The return of the experienced Amiria Rule in 2013 was great news for the Black Ferns after she sat out the 2012 season. A two-time World Champion, Rule made her Black Ferns debut as a teenager in 2000 and is one of the squad’s most-capped backs.

In 2013, Rule took time out of the classroom – she is a primary school teacher – to start all three Tests in the International Series at second five-eighth, crossing the line in the third Test to bring up 55 points for the Black Ferns.


Favourites

Rugby ground: Rugby Park Christchurch
Rugby player and why: Sitiveni Sivivatu for his ability to create something out of nothing and his cool calm approach to the game.
Earliest rugby memories: Playing on the frosty grounds in the Temuka Domain aged 8.
Biggest influence on your rugby career and why: my mum, for giving me the drive to achieve.
Food:    Thai
Actor/Actress: Jason  Statham
Movie: Taken
Book:  any Jodi Picoult book.
Singer/Band/Music type:  hiphop, reggae, old school, jazz and pop
Holiday destination:    Golden Bay
Non-rugby sports team: LA Lakers
If you could meet one person, who would it be and why: LeBron James because he is a freak and so successful at a young age
I hate it when … mother earth reminds you who is boss with another shake..
I can’t live without … my family Kupa and Darren
If I wasn’t a rugby player I would be … a professional basketballer in the WNBA……I wish!

Player
Position:
Second Five-Eighths
Born:
17/05/1983
Physical:
1.74m; 92kg
Test Debut:
2000 v Canada
Test Points Breakdown:
25
Test Points:
55
All Blacks Caps:
25
Provincial Team:
Canterbury
Provincial Debut:
Canterbury

Career Comments

Test Match record

(+) subsitute (-) replaced