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Wallaroos drop 18th straight to the Black Ferns FT 10-47

With additional structural changes with the 18/19 Super W season being longer in length and more professional it gave the selectors a better idea of where their players stood competitively. 

Charmaine McMenamine dots over the line for the second try of the match extending the Black Ferns lead to 15. 

Ruahei Demant slices through the Wallaroos defense with embarrassing speed through three defending Wallaroos, this time Kendra Cocksedge slots it putting the Black Ferns up 22-0 at the half.

Right after the half, Lori Cramer bags a loose ball and sprints down the tramline hard beat two defenders on her heels for the first try of day for the Wallaroos bringing the home side within 17 points.

Following some phase play, Demant kicks the ball across the field and taken by Ayesha Leti I'iga, who darts down but can't make it through the Wallaroos transition defense and offloads to Selica Winiata for the try. Black Ferns bring their lead back to 22 extending the line 5-27.

Black Ferns move down field and within five meters, recycling the ball towards the center of the pitch where the Wallaroos commit and a penalty.  'Ferns elect to kick a penalty and Cocksedge slots it extending their lead 5-30.

Wallaroos not allowing the ferns out of their own half, recycling on defense and win a turnover at the '63 minute mark.  Lori Cramer darts down, tackled near the touch line, the Wallaroos cycle back to the center of the pitch and back out to Cramer where she finds the overload and scores her second try of the match.  She fails to convert her second attempt of the match, Wallaroos cut the Black Ferns lead to 20. 

Wallaroos get the restard, but on a pass from Iliseva Batibasaga out, Les Elder intercepts and sprints through the transition defense 60 meters for a try.  10-37 Black Ferns following the conversion from Ruahei Demant.

Ayesha Leti I'iga finds pay dirt one more time as she's found on the wing with the overload and support following on her heels she bursts through the Wallaroos defense line unable to be caught.  Black Ferns extend their lead 10-42

After eight phases, Jonah Ngan-Woo grabs a loose ball breaking three defenders to muscle over the line for a try.  Ruahei Demant allows the Wallaroos to run right at her blocking her kick.  FT 10-47.  Proved to be a tremendous showcase of the Wallaroos and Black Ferns as 30,142 fans were in attendance in advance of the Wallabies and All Blacks clash at Optus Field.

Charmaine McMenamin was named Woman of the Match.