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One Change to Silver Ferns Team for Australian Leg

One Change to Silver Ferns Team for Australian Leg of Constellation Cup
Media Advisory
23 September, 2013

*Please note - this email has the correct, amended Silver Ferns, Constellation Cup Team.

National Selectors have chosen to add Silver Ferns squad member midcourter Shannon Francois to the team of 12 in place of defender Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit for the three Constellation Cup test matches in Australia.

Francois is a versatile option with experience at wing attack, centre and wing defence positions.

The Silver Ferns team fly to Adelaide on October 1 with the third Constellation Cup test match at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on October 4.

The Silver Ferns team of 12 to play in the Australian Leg of the Constellation Cup is:
Casey Kopua (Captain), Laura Langman (Vice-Captain), Jodi Brown, Leana de Bruin, Shannon Francois, Katrina Grant, Joline Henry, Cathrine Latu, Courtney Tairi, Anna Thompson, Maria Tutaia, and Irene van Dyk



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