|Intro||New Zealand rugby union footballer|
|Is||Athlete Rugby sevens player|
|Birth||13 December 1991, Wellington, Wellington Region, New Zealand|
Ruby Tui (born 13 December 1991) is a New Zealand rugby sevens player. She competed internationally when the national rugby sevens team won the silver medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics tournament.
Tui made her debut in 2012 in Fiji and has been a part of the national setup ever since. Tui has been described as a "powerful and aggressive prop". She is a product of the Go4Gold campaign of the New Zealand Rugby Union.
Tui received a scholarship to study at Aoraki Polytechnic, where she completed a Diploma in Sport in 2013.
Tui's father is Samoan and she is of Irish and Scottish heritage on her mother's side.
Achievements and honours
- 2017, Canada Sevens Langford dream team
- 2019, HSBC Dream Team for the 2019 series
- 2019, World Rugby Women's Sevens Player of the Year