Hosts NZ unveils haka for delayed women’s Rugby World Cup
16 May 2021 | 10:49 am
New Zealand's national women's team, the Black Ferns, showcase their own version of the haka at an exhibition in Auckland. Team captain Lesley Ketu says the fearsome Maori challenge would motivate the five-time World Cup winners as they defend their title on home soil for the first time.
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