STATS

Club
Born
11/03/1999 - SYDNEY
Height
160CM
Weight
Prev Clubs
WESTS TIGERS, ST. GEORGE ILLAWARRA DRAGONS (2021-2022)
Junior Club
GREENACRE TIGERS
Tests
6
Test Points
8

BIO

The younger sister of Kiwi Ferns and NRLW superstar Raecene McGregor, centre Page McGregor burst onto the international and premiership scenes in a breakout 2022 season.

Like Raecene, Page was a rugby sevens star in the green and gold, winning gold with Australia at the Youth Commonwealth Games in 2017 and playing for the senior Australian sevens team for the following three years.

Returning to her 13-a-side roots, the Greenacre Tigers junior came off the bench for Māori All Stars against Indigenous All Stars in the 2021 pre-season and was named Wests Tigers’ Player of the Year in that year’s Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership, as well as earning a nomination for the RLPA Players’ Player of the Year gong.

McGregor signed with St George Illawarra for the 2021 NRLW competition (played in early-2022) and played in all seven matches – including the grand final, where the Dragons went down to a Sydney Roosters side steered around by her sibling.

Page subsequently joined Raecene in the Kiwi Ferns line-up for the mid-2022 Test against Tonga, scoring a try and laying on two more on debut in a 50-12 victory at Mt Smart Stadium.

The 23-year-old scored three tries in five games for the Saints in the 2022 NRLW before setting off to England as part of New Zealand’s World Cup squad. McGregor was at centre in all five of the Kiwi Ferns’ matches at the tournament, dotting down for another try in their opening match against France.

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