Woodman scores EIGHT tries as Black Ferns thrash Hong Kong 121-0

Vincent De Villiers
Agosto 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. The 26-year-old from Quebec City also scored on a penalty kick in the 70th and converted on Lori Josephson's 25th-minute try.

And so it proved as New Zealand ran in 19 tries, with Woodman helping herself to comfortably the largest individual haul.

Canada, ranked third in the world, is hoping to improve on its second-place showing at the last World Cup in 2014, when it lost to England in the final.

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Canada had 112 carries over gainline compared to just 30 for Wales.

Having been beaten 98-0 by Canada in their opening group game, Hong Kong were always likely to find life tough against the Black Ferns in Dublin.

Canada will play No. 2 New Zealand on Thursday.

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