Wellington Phoenix 2007-present NZ Knights before that
Rugby was introduced to New Zealand in 1870 by Charles John Monro. It is reported that Monro came across the sacred game whilst studying at Christ's College Finchley, London. When he returned home to NZ he introduced the game to Nelson College, who played the first rugby union match against Nelson football club.
over a million This answer is rediculous - With a NZ population of 4,115,771 (2006 Census) This means that there is one rugby club for every 4 people (male, female, young old, or ancient.) In 2009 NZRU stated that there were 145,472 active players! Can someone more informed give me the correct answer?
the NZ Maori originated from Hawaiki.
around 1.30 NZ dollars for 1 US dollar around 1.30 NZ dollars for 1 US dollar
The Black Ferns.
The NZ rugby league team are called the Kiwis
They are called the Black Ferns and they lost to England's women today. Correction; New Zealand women rugby team does not have a " nickname". The New Zealand women national rugby team is called the Black Fern. They are the present world cup holder and the # 1 ranked team in the world.
Benji Marshall is the captain of the NZ Rugby League team (2010).
The white ferns
New Zealand's Women's Rugby team, The Black Ferns (Not to be confused with "The Silver Ferns", which are NZ's netball team) are ranked 1st in the world and are more sucessful than the All Blacks (For the oblivious, New Zealand's Mens team)
The name of the New Zealand Womens Cricket Team is the White Ferns.
new zelanders im guessing.
None. England last beat the All Blacks in 2003.