“One of the Greatest Athletes on the Planet!” | Portia Woodman

"one of the greatest athletes on the planet! " | portia woodman

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New Zealand will be the blockbuster matchup on week 1 of the Rugby World Cup 2021, as they take on near neighbours Australia. One of the players to watch out for is Portia Woodman, her try scoring ability puts her in the category of one of the greatest athletes on the planet!

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