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NZRL Media Advisory - 20 female marquee players

NZRL Media Advisory - 20 female marquee players

The New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) would like to advise the 20 female marquee players that have been put forward for the new Women’s NRL Competition to kick-off in September.

These players were identified from the 2017 Rugby League World Cup Kiwi Ferns squad and will be considered ‘marquee’ in selections by the four NRL teams included in the Women’s NRL Competition. All other New Zealand and Australian players that aren’t identified as ‘marquee’ will be contracted as ‘free agents’.

New Zealand marquee players will receive comparative extra benefits to Australian marquee players. These will be finalised once the NZRL Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBA) have been negotiated.

20 marquee players below:

Aieshaleigh Smalley
Amber Kani
Annetta-Claudia Nuuausala
Apii Nicholls-Pualau
Georgia Hale
Hilda Mariu
Honey Hireme
Kahurangi Peters
Kimiora Nati
Krystal Rota
Lilieta Maumau
Louisa Gago
Maitua Feterika
Ngatokotoru Arakua
Nita Maynard
Raecene McGregor
Racquel Anderson
Shontelle Woodman
Teuila Fotu-Moala
Kailey Faye Thompson



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