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    Tim Mikkelson will become New Zealand's most capped sevens player when he lines up at next week's world series event in Los Angeles

    Tim Mikkelson will become New Zealand's most capped sevens player when he lines up at next week's world series event in Los Angeles


    Mikkelson will make his 90th tournament appearance and surpass the great DJ Forbes, having debuted in 2008.

    Joe Ravouvou, Andrew Knewstubb, Akuila Rokolisoa, William Warbrick and Amanaki Nicole have been included in the 13 strong squad covering the USA and Canada legs.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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