After a culture review, New Zealand Rugby apologizes to Te Kura Ngata–Aerengamate

Te Kura Ngata-Aerengamate playing for New Zealand
Te Kura Ngata Aerengamate's December 2021 post on social media prompted a cultural analysis of the New Zealand side

New Zealand Rugby apologizes to Te Kura Ngata–Aerengamate for her mental breakdown. She said Glenn Moore was responsible.

NZR stated that it has “taken responsibility” for its systematic failures.

Ngata Aerengamate thanked their union, saying “Together we got to that.” I am on the mend. I'm free to be me.”

NZR also added: “NZR has formally apologized directly to Te Kura, her whanau.” [family] For the experiences that caused a decline of hauora [well-being] for her.”

According to the union, Ngata-Aerengamate (30) would receive “mental well-being support and training support.”

New Zealand is now focusing on preparing for the home World Cup which starts on September 8.

Graham Henry and Wayne Smith are the men's World Cup champion coaches have been brought into the set-up As the side looks to bounce back after heavy defeats in the fall by France and England,

After a two-year Covid-enforced break in Test rugby, the Black Ferns won their first win since 2019, on Monday. 23-10 Pacific Four victory against Australia.

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