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Black Ferns set for USA semifinal showdown

After a thrilling round of pool play, the semifinalists at the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup have been confirmed.
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REACTION: Black Ferns advance to semifinals

Hear from Black Ferns coach Glenn Moore and captain Fiao'o Faamausili following the team's win over Canada to secure a spot in the semifinals.

Black Ferns storm into semifinals

The Black Ferns have put the world on notice with tighthead Aldora Itunu scoring a hat-trick in a powerful performance that has dispatched Canada 48 - 5 and seen them storm into the semifinals.
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Faamausili named for record 50th Test

Captain Fiao’o Faamausili will become the most-capped Black Fern ever when she leads her side in their third and final pool match of the Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland on Thursday afternoon local time.
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Black Ferns defeat Hong Kong

The Black Ferns have been too hot to handle in their second World Cup pool match, with electric wing Portia Woodman running in eight tries to overwhelm Hong Kong 121 - 0 in Dublin.
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Black Ferns team to play Hong Kong named

Black Ferns Head Coach Glenn Moore has made changes to his team named to take on Hong Kong, in their second pool match of the Women’s Rugby World Cup in Dublin, Ireland on Sunday afternoon (local time).
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Black Ferns have great opening to World Cup Campaign

The Black Ferns have blown Wales away in their opening match of the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup in Ireland, running out 44 - 12 victors.

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Black Ferns team to play Wales named

Black Ferns Head Coach Glenn Moore has named the team to take on Wales in their first match of the Women’s Rugby World Cup on Wednesday (local time) in Dublin, Ireland.
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Faamausili ready for fifth World Cup challenge

Black Ferns captain and hooker Fiao'o Faamausili will become the second New Zealander to play in five World Cups when the 2017 Cup begins this week.
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Woodman still getting used to Test demands

Black Ferns wing Portia Woodman heads to the Women's World Cup in Ireland, starting next week, feeling she is still finding her feet in the Test game.
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