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    Black Fern Selica Winiata believes they'll have one up on their opponents due to the quick thinking of New Zealand Rugby, despite the lack of tests in 2020

    Black Fern Selica Winiata believes they'll have one up on their opponents due to the quick thinking of New Zealand Rugby, despite the lack of tests in 2020


    With internationals too difficult to organise, NZR have scheduled a Probables-Possibles match, followed by two Black Ferns games against a Barbarians side.

    Winiata says it means they will be playing high level rugby a year out from a World Cup, when no-one else is doing so.



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