Kendra Cocksedge has shone for Canterbury on their way to a second straight Farah Palmer Cup title.

The Black Ferns halfback finished with 27 points for the red and blacks in their 52-29 thrashing of Counties Manukau in the final in Christchurch.

Canterbury skipper Stephanie Te Ohaere-Fox praised Cocksedge's outstanding contribution to the help them to another Premiership title.

"Her knowledge of the game, kicking to right space, she was on-point," Te Ohaere-Fox said after the game.

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"[She's a] great player to have in the team, always doing the right thing at the right time. She's definitely valued in the team,"

Wellington demolished Otago 57-5 in the Championship final.