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    The Black Ferns Ma have polished off another flawless day at the Oceania Sevens in Pukekohe

    The Black Ferns Ma have polished off another flawless day at the Oceania Sevens in Pukekohe


    The Kiwi side have downed Fijiana 14-7 to back up their 17-12 win over Australia earlier today, to remain unbeaten for the tournament.

    But Stacey Fluhler told Sky Sport there's still room for improvement.



    Earlier the Black Ferns Sevens Pango were thrashed 29-5 by Australia and the All Blacks Sevens crushed Tonga 54-12.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

     Other Rugby News
     11 Aug: South Africa will start with hooker Joseph Dweba in Saturday's second Rugby Championship Test against New Zealand after Bongi Mbonambi withdrew due to a knee injury picked up in training
     10 Aug: All Blacks captain Sam Cane is defending his side's opening defeat to the Springboks as they prepare for the second test on Sunday morning at Ellis Park
     10 Aug: All Blacks captain Sam Cane has expressed his relief at Beauden Barrett's escape from permanent injury when he fell on his neck and shoulders after getting tackled in the air late in the first test loss to the Springboks
     09 Aug: Richie Mo'unga has described the challenge of playing the Springboks at Ellis Park as the ultimate test
     09 Aug: Fijian international Nemani Nadolo has rejoined the Waratahs ahead of the 2023 Super Rugby Pacific season, 12 years after his first stint
     07 Aug: Meanwhile Wellington have escaped defeat at the hands of a surging Bay of Plenty Steamers outfit in the capital, 37-35
     07 Aug: All Blacks coach Ian Foster believes his side has perhaps fallen victim for putting in too much effort
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