Inside back Liv McGoverne left Christchurch for the top tiers of English rugby, but she’s back with a goal of making the Black Ferns
Adam Julian catches up with Jorja Miller who recently signed the longest professional contract in New Zealand women’s rugby history.
A campaign to correct online gender bias and change the way the world sees the feats of sportswomen is scooping awards and fixing the internet.
A legend of Black Ferns rugby is still coaching grassroots players and helping kids become the best they can be
Almost a third more Kiwi eyeballs were glued to women’s sport in the past year, proving the worth of hosting three World Cups. But how do sports maintain the momentum? Suzanne McFadden reports.
Rugby writer Adam Julian sums up the first Women's XV international tournament – and examines how the Black Ferns find themselves once again so far behind England
Black Fern Rochelle Martin, who's broken glass ceilings in both rugby and fire fighting, is recognised as one of the pioneers of women's rugby in the new book, Our Game Makers.
The last player to grab the ball in New Zealand's epic World Cup win against England last year is ready to do battle again against a Red Roses team out for revenge, Adam Julian writes.
A new, standout player for the Black Ferns this year has been making hits and a big splash in provincial rugby for years, writes Adam Julian
The Aussie-born multi-code star is embracing new whānau and giving her son what she missed out on.
Ahead of a new international women's rugby tournament, Adam Julian rates a team of the best opponents the Black Ferns have faced.
Hawkes Bay's players don't deserve the Ranfurly Shield. NZ Rugby should give it to teams who could show it and its history and adoring fans some respect, writes Adam Julian