Portia Woodman scores eighth tries in New Zealand rout

Solenn Plantier
Août 13, 2017

Flying New Zealand winger Portia Woodman ran in eight tries as the Black Ferns put Hong Kong to the sword 121-0 in the second series of Women's World Cup games at Belfield.

Theresa Fitzpatrick was the only other Black Ferns player to cross a couple of times, while Kendra Cocksedge kicked 13 conversions to go with her try.

Hong Kong had no answers for Woodman and the skill and pace of New Zealand, conceding 19 tries in total.

The centre Theresa Fitzpatrick scored twice, while there were also tries for Carla Hohepa, Charmaine McMenamin, Chelsea Alley, Hazel Tubic, Sosoli Talawadua, Lesley Ketu, Kelly Brazier and Stacey Waaka.

"Portia Woodman is unbelievable, she's a sprinter and we're always trying to catch up with her".

New Zealand top Pool A on 10 points with Canada in second spot on five points ahead of their game against Wales at 5pm on Sunday.

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