Female Rugby Player Kezie Apps Partner Craig Dunham Provides Her The Much Needed Moral Support

Australian rugby league footballer, Kenzie Apps ( Source : Instagram )

Kezie Apps is an Australian rugby league footballer who has won the Dally M Medal 2016, NSWRL State Player of the Year 2014, 2016 as a single, and 2017 Women's Rugby League World Cup as a team.

The rugby player is an Australian international and New South Wales representative who plays as a second-row for the St George Illawarra Dragons in the NRL Women's Premiership and the Helensburgh Tigers in the NSWRL Women's Premiership. 

Does Kezie Apps Have A Partner In 2022?

Kezie Apps has a partner named Craig Dunham. She used to post about their relationship on Instagram but has not uploaded it for a long time now.

Kezie was born on February 4, 1991, in the Bega, New South Wales, Australia. She has played with Bega Roosters during her junior rugby league along with a current Melbourne Storm player named Dale Finucane. Her height is 6 ft 0 inches(182cm) and weighs about 82 kg.

At the age of 12, Kezie was said to stop playing due to age restrictions that were in place. Her older brother also used to play as he had played two games for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2011.

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Is Kezie Apps Married?

Kezie Apps is not married. Rumors are there that she is married as she posts frequently about kids. To clear the rumor around her that kids are her niece.

The 31-year-old used to post about her boyfriend previously but we don't know much about the relationship as Kezie has not opened up about her relationship in media.

Kenzie Apps and Craig Dunham at Brad Fittler Awards
Kenzie Apps and Craig Dunham at Brad Fittler Awards ( Source : Instagram )

Kezie came back to rugby league after joining the Helensburgh Tigers women's side in 2014. After which she made her debut for New South Wales in the final Women's Interstate Challenge competing with Queensland and Australia in their Four Nations curtain-raiser competing against New Zealand.

After the end of the season, she earned the Illawarra Women's Player of the year and the NSWRL Women's Player of the Year. 

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Kezie Apps Family

Kezie Apps is born in an Australian family. She has an older brother named Deon who played two games for the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2011. She also has niece with whom she frequently uploads photos on Instagram.

She did her debut with the Women's All-Star side in their final fixture competing in the Indigenous All-Star in 2015. She earned the women's Dally M Medal for Player of the Year at the Dally M awards on September 28, 2016.

The rugby player received Australia's 2017 Women's Rugby League World Cup squad in October 2017. She even went to the second row in the Jillaroos 23-16 annual win over New Zealand.

Kezie was named as the marquee player along with Sam Bremner and Talesha Quinn for the St. George Illawarra Dragons women's team which is going to commerce play in the NRL Women's Premiership from September 2018.

The 31-year-old also became captain of Dragons in their 6-30 Grand finale loss to the Brisbane Broncos on October 6, 2019.

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