The Black Ferns, the New Zealand women's rugby team, have dominated the women's game internationally, but have a much lower profile than the All Blacks, the men's team. They have won six of the nine women's world cups authorised by World Rugby – by comparison, the All Blacks have won three out of nine men's world cups. Here Black Ferns Sharon Willoughby runs with the ball during the world cup semi-final against France in 2006.
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Photograph by Paul Seiser
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