Rugby World Cup: Black Ferns legend Fiao'o Fa'amausili to be inducted into World Rugby Hall of Fame

Black Ferns legend Fiao'o Fa'amausili will be inducted into the World Rugby Hall of Fame in New Zealand in November.

The four-time World Cup winner joins five other inductees for their roles in organising the first women's tournament and their overall impact.

Fa'amausili was the last Black Ferns captain to lift the trophy and was the first to reach the 50-game milestone, before retiring in 2018.

She also amassed more than 100 games for Auckland, where she became the rugby union's first female president in 2021.

Fa'amausili, aling with Deborah Griffin (England), Sue Dorrington (England), Alice D Cooper (England), Mary Forsyth (England) and Kathy Flores (USA) will be honoured at the Rugby World Cup semi-finals at Eden Park on November 5.

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