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    The Maori All Blacks will be able to call upon a handful of players who missed out on All Blacks selection

    The Maori All Blacks will be able to call upon a handful of players who missed out on All Blacks selection


    Akira Ioane , Nehe Milner-Skudder and Brad Weber have all been included for next month's tests against the USA, Brazil and Chile.

    Five players part of the 19-man All Blacks Japan touring squad will also be released for the South American leg.

    Maori coach Clayton McMillan says the message to any individuals who miss out on All Blacks honours, is simple.



    Meanwhile Black Ferns coach Glenn Moore's called in the uncapped trio of Ayesha Leti-I'iga , Kilisitina Moata'ane and Natahlia Moors from outside of the wider group for their end of year tour.

    The Black Ferns will play the USA and two tests against France next month.

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