The 2016 Women's Provincial competition draw has been released with the Manawatu Cyclones opening against Otago at Home;
Four Manawatu Cyclones have been named in the Black Ferns including rapid riser Kerri Hayden.
A clinical Day 2 from the NZ7s saw Manawatu's Sarah Goss, Selica Winiata, Janna Vaughan and the team face off against Australia in the final.
The New Zealand Women’s Sevens team to play the second tournament of the 2015/16 Women’s Sevens Series in Sao Paulo on 20 and 21 February has been named.
No fewer than eight Manawatu Cyclones have been invited into the Black Ferns' training camp starting Thursday.
Manawatu's won Janna Vaughan will earn her first cap for the NZ7s this weekend in Canada.
The Manawatu Women’s 7s side has won the Central Region 7s Tournament for the 4th year in a row.
Manawatu rugby are happy to announce the appointment of the Cyclones coaching group for 2016 WPC competition.
Crystal Mayes will be a key player in the backline for the Manawatu Cyclones in the women’s provincial championships this season.
Head Coach Wesley Clarke has named the Manawatu Women's side to defend their Central Region 7s title.
The Women's Provincial Championship has been renamed the Farah Palmer Cup in recognition of one of the most iconic figures in women’s rugby.
Sarah Goss & the NZ7s show signs of major improvements as they move up the world series ladder to second.
Sarah Goss and the NZ Womens Sevens side have had a slow start in Dubai beaten by Russia in their first game
Three Cyclones have been named in NZ7s side to travel to Atlanta & Canada for the next legs of the World Series.
After over six months out of the National Side due injury Manawatu's Own Selica Winiata has been named in the playing side for Atlanta.