Is there a better finisher in world rugby than Portia Woodman? Rieko Ioane would fancy he’s as good but his record can’t match Woodman’s.
It doesn’t matter to her what version of the game she is playing, she will find the space. She will get involved and give her half a metre, not even that, and she will skin the first defender and most likely score.
It is a thankless task having to defend her because the margin for error is tiny and as women’s rugby plants its flag more firmly on the map, she has the potential to be a global superstar.