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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby

    The Silver Ferns will become the second New Zealand sports team to welcome foreign opposition this side of Covid

    The Silver Ferns will become the second New Zealand sports team to welcome foreign opposition this side of Covid


    England will travel for three tests, arriving in around a fortnight with the first match set down for October 28th.

    All matches will be played in Hamilton, while the Roses will quarantine for two weeks but in measures similar to how the Wallabies will.

    Netball New Zealand's Jennie Wyllie says they will adhere to all government protocols and will work together.

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