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The New Zealand Women's Sevens have dominated the Women's Sevens Series, claiming all three series crowns since its inception in 2012. In the 2014/15 series, the team secured convincing wins in Dubai, Brazil, USA and Canada, before falling to a third place finish in London and a fifth in the series closer in Amsterdam. They finished the series 12 points clear of nearest rival Canada, and with it, automatic qualification to the Olympic Games in Rio De Janiero in 2016 when sevens debuts on the world’s greatest sporting stage. The team are the current sevens World Champions after beating Canada in the Rugby World Cup final in Moscow in 2013.

2017/18 Black Ferns Sevens

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Squads by Tournament - 2017/2018

DUBAI

30 Nov - 1 Dec 2017

  • Alena Saili
  • Gayle Broughton
  • Katarina Whata-Simpkins
  • Kayla McAlister
  • Kelly Brazier
  • Michaela Blyde
  • Niall Williams
  • Portia Woodman
  • Ruby Tui
  • Sarah Goss
  • Stacey Waaka
  • Tenika Willison
  • Theresa Fitzpatrick
  • Tyla Nathan-Wong

SYDNEY

26-28 Jan 2018

  • Shakira Baker 
  • Michaela Blyde 
  • Kelly Brazier 
  • Gayle Broughton 
  • Theresa Fitzpatrick 
  • Sarah Goss 
  • Tyla Nathan-Wong 
  • Alena Saili 
  • Terina Te Tamaki 
  • Ruby Tui 
  • Stacey Waaka 
  • Niall Williams 
  • Tenika Willison 
  • Portia Woodman

KITAKYUSHU, JAPAN

22-23 April
 
  • Huia Harding* 
  • Shakira Baker 
  • Stacey Waaka 
  • Niall Williams 
  • Sarah Goss  – captain
  • Michaela Blyde
  • Tyla Nathan-Wong 
  • Kelly Brazier 
  • Gayle Broughton 
  • Theresa Fitzpatrick 
  • Portia Woodman 
  • Tenika Willison

LANGFORD, CANADA

27-28 May 
  • Ruby Tui 
  • Shakira Baker 
  • Stacey Waaka 
  • Niall Williams 
  • Sarah Goss  – captain
  • Michaela Blyde 
  • Tyla Nathan-Wong 
  • Kelly Brazier 
  • Terina Te Tamaki 
  • Theresa Fitzpatrick 
  • Portia Woodman 
  • Tenika Willison

PARIS, FRANCE

8-9 June