Bring on the Women's Rugby World Cup ... in 2030.
Superstar Jonah Lomu and his partner Nadene Quirk have had a baby girl.
The couple's first child - called Braylee - was born in Wellington last weekend.
The nation may have been hoping for a boy, but little Braylee could still be following in her father's rugby-legend footsteps - she weighed in at an outsized 5.4kg (11.9lb), according to New Idea magazine.
England player Mike Catt, who was famously bulldozed by Lomu in the 1995 World Cup, also has a daughter, Evie, now 6.
If the pair follow their dads into the game, they could set up a rematch in 2030, when Braylee would be a 21-year-old bursting on to the international scene against the more experienced 27-year-old Evie Catt.
Black Ferns winger Victoria Grant was excited to hear that Lomu, her childhood hero, now had a baby girl.
"I heard she was a big baby. If she becomes the next number 11, that would be great."
Lomu, 33, who had a kidney transplant in 2004, has always wanted children.
Nadene Quirk, 28, left her husband last year to be with the former All Black winger.
Lomu has her name tattooed on his arm and was spotted delivering flowers and a pillow to the exhausted mother of his child after the birth, New Idea reported.
Lomu's former manager Phil Kingsley Jones told the Weekend Herald: "I'm absolutely over the moon for him. He will make a wonderful parent. He has always been great with kids."