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Stephanie Te Ohaere-Fox

Stephanie Te Ohaere-Fox spent 2011 playing for Wasps in England, but following injury was called into the Black Ferns on their end-of-season tour that year and has been a regular feature of the Black Ferns since.

A formidable force at scrum time, Te Ohaere-Fox returned to Canterbury for the 2012 Women’s Provincial Championship and at the end of the 2013 WPC had played over 50 matches for the red and blacks. In 2013, she began studying carpentry as a trade in Canterbury.





Away from rugby, I am...a furniture removalist

Favourites:
Rugby Ground:
Kerephei Rugby Football Club
Rugby player and why: Melissa Ruscoe, Inspirational leader and has a lot of mana
Earliest rugby memories: Watching my Dad play for Paeroa Old Boys
Biggest influence on your rugby career and why: My Dad, NZ Maori All Black
Food: Mince
Actor/Actress: Will Smith/Halle Berry
Movie: Whale Rider
Book: The gay divorce
Singer/Band/Music type: Beyonce, Pink, Alicia Keys
Holiday destination: Greek Islands
Non-rugby sports team: Touch Blacks

If I could meet one person it would be....Valerie Adams - because she ia s great athlele and looks like she knows how to party!
I hate it when...you wear the wrong undies to train in!
I can't live without....my iphone
If I wasn't a rugby player I would be...a Ballerina
Something interesting about me...I can wiggle my ears without touching them

Player
Position:
Prop
Born:
06/04/1985
Physical:
1.65cm, 92kg
Test Debut:
2008 v Australia
Test Points:
0
Provincial Team:
Canterbury

Career Comments

Test Match record

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