Meaning of White Ferns in English:

White Ferns

plural noun

New Zealand
  • The New Zealand international women's cricket team, so called because of their team logo.

    ‘the Women's World Cup has just begun, with the White Ferns playing England’
    • ‘The White Ferns have won the toss and are batting.’
    • ‘She won full selection for the White Ferns playing in tours in Australia, England, Ireland, and the Netherlands.’
    • ‘Both the Black Caps and White Ferns are playing Australia, and the Hurricanes are at home against the hapless Lions.’
    • ‘It's a clean sweep for White Ferns over Netherlands.’
    • ‘The White Ferns are now just one game away from progressing to the semi-finals.’
    • ‘A collapse followed her dismissal, as the White Ferns began to strike regularly.’
    • ‘The White Ferns will next play host nation Sri Lanka on Sunday.’
    • ‘She put in a number of strong performances for the White Ferns during the season and was particularly dominant in the 50 over format.’
    • ‘The White Ferns lost their last five wickets for just seven runs and were all out with just under six overs remaining.’
    • ‘The White Ferns chased the target down for the loss of three wickets.’