|Birth||3 May 1981|
Honey Hireme (born 3 May 1981) is a New Zealand rugby football player who has represented her country in rugby league, rugby sevens and rugby union. Due to her multi-sport career, Hireme has been referred to as Honey Bill Williams, in reference to her New Zealand male counterpart Sonny Bill Williams.
From Hamilton, Hireme plays rugby league for the Papakura Sea Eagles club in the Auckland Rugby League women's competition. She represented Counties Manukau in the New Zealand Rugby League's women's competition.
In rugby union, she plays at centre for the Waikato University side, which competes in the Auckland competition, and represents Waikato in the women's provincial championship.
Hireme played for the Kiwiferns in the 2008 and 2013 World Cups. She captained the team in 2013. She was named in the world women's rugby league in all 3 world cup tournaments, and also awarded player of the Tournament in 2013.
She also played for the New Zealand women's national rugby sevens team in the 2013 Rugby Sevens World Cup in Moscow. She has also played for New Zealand on the IRB Women's Sevens World Series and represented New Zealand Maori in sevens.
She made her New Zealand rugby union debut at the 2014 Women's Rugby World Cup, where she was named in the World XV team. In 2014, she also became one of New Zealand's first contracted sevens players.
She competed in the Women’s Rugby Super Series 2015.
She was named the New Zealand Rugby League's women's player of the year in 2007 and 2012. Gallagher Waikato sportswomen of the year 2013 Player of the Tournament Women's Rugby league world cup 2013 Waikato Sports women of the year 2014
Waikato women's Rugby player of the year 2013,2014,2015,