New Zealand’s most-capped girls’s participant Kendra Cocksedge will retire from rugby after her nation hosts the World Cup in October and November.
The 34-year-old made her debut in 2007 and has performed 64 matches since, scoring a report 382 factors and successful the World Cup in 2010 and 2017.
“I really feel extremely lucky for the experiences rugby has given me,” Cocksedge, a scrum-half, mentioned.
“It is not over for me but. I’ve an enormous job forward of me.
“I’ll do all I can to earn my spot within the Black Ferns and fulfil my dream of taking part in in a Rugby World Cup on my dwelling turf.”
New Zealand Rugby chief govt Mark Robinson referred to as Cocksedge “a legend” and “real chief within the girls’s sport”.