Kelly Brazier brings a remarkable depth of experience to the NZ Women's Sevens. With the ability to play almost anywhere in the backline, her versatility, speed and ability to create opportunities anchors her as one of the key weapons in the team's arsenal.
A 2010 Women's Rugby World Cup champion with the Black Ferns, Brazier was the tournament's top points scorer and in 2013 she added a Women's Rugby World Cup Sevens champion title to her achievements.
Brazier has been back playing in Otago colours in the Women's Provincial Championship since 2012 after one season with Canterbury and regularly tops the pointsscorers' ledger.
New Zealand Women's Sevens (2013 - present)
Black Ferns (2009 - present )
Otago (2005 - 2010, 2012-present)
Rugby ground: Forsyth Barr, Dunedin
Rugby player and why: Dan Carter - skillful
Earliest rugby memories: Following my older brother round to play against his friends when I was 5.
Best rugby memory: Biggest influence on your rugby career and why: Brent Lucas, coached me from the ages of seven to 13.
Movie: Law Abiding Citizen
Book: Autobiographies - Valarie Adams, Richie McCaw
On your itunes/iphone playlist: Six60
Holiday destination: Anywhere hot with beaches.
Sporting hero: Rafael Nadal
I hate it when … People put empty boxes back in the cupboard
I can't live without … Family
If I was a Super hero I would be: Spiderman
If I wasn't a rugby player I would be … Travelling or in the police
2009 v England
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