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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    Black Ferns assistant coach demanding a more consistent defensive display

    Black Ferns assistant coach Tony Christie is demanding a more consistent defensive display - despite conceding just the one try in their first test of the PAC-4 Championship


    New Zealand host Canada in Christchurch this afternoon - on the back of their 57-5 win over the United States in Hamilton.

    Christie - who looks after the defence portfolio - says they measure success in that area beyond the score-sheet.



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