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Sam Anderson-Heather or “Simmo”, son of Henry Heather and Hayley Anderson and grandson of Heather Heather, is an exciting prospect for the Cook Islands Rugby World Cup qualifier squad.
Two Cook Islanders are part of the history-making New Zealand female rugby players who have become the first-ever 15s players to be offered Black Ferns contracts.
Former Tauae Bulls player Jordan Taufua is one of three new players named in the 33-man All Blacks squad for the three-test series to be played against France in New Zealand next month.
Former national player Stan Wright has been reinstated as the national head coach of the Cook Islands rugby team ahead of the Rugby World Cup 2019 qualifying series, which starts at the end of next month.
A new game – Quick Rip 7s, was launched in the Cook Islands this week in a joint Pacific Sporting Partnership (PSP) involving the Cook Islands Rugby Union (CIRU) and the New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU), sponsored by NZ Aid.
Black Ferns and Cook Islands representatives Te Kura Ngata Aerengamate and Toka Natua took students of Nukutere College through a session of Quick Rip 7s yesterday morning.