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Saturday 2 November 2019 | Published in Rugby Union

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Sisters are doing it for themselves
Raro All Star Patricia Taea makes a try-saving tackle on the Vaine Mauke player. 18110510

Throw away the old-fashioned misconceptions, women aren’t the power behind the throne – they are seated on the throne of Raro 7s rugby. From event coordinator Jessie Sword in the back room, to the athletes on the playing field, they are leading the way.

Throw away the old-fashioned misconceptions, women aren’t the power behind the throne – they are seated on the throne of Raro 7s rugby. From event coordinator Jessie Sword in the back room, to the athletes on the playing field, they are leading the way.


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