Kiwis are making their presence felt in November via several international teams in the north, and not just the All Blacks and Mao…
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- World#182 / 185+1
- International#40 / 39+1
- Georgia 30 Nov -0001
- Spain 12 Nov 2016
- USA 19 Nov 2016
- Italy 26 Nov 2016
- Wales 16 Jun 2017
- Japan 18 Nov 2017
- Romania 25 Nov 2017
- Fiji 23 Jun 2018
- Wales 17 Nov 2018
- Georgia 24 Nov 2018
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Tackles Won %Attempts16Tackles13Missed3
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GeneralGames Total3Penalty Conceded Own Half1Collection Loose Ball3Pen Defs2Catch From Kick2Collection From Kick2Collection Success5Tackle Success2.5Carries Not Made Gain Line4Carries8Penalty Conceded Opp Half1Lineouts Won1Penalty Conceded Obstruction2Minutes Played Total184Carries Metres33Gain Line8Defensive Penalty1Attacking Penalty1
DefenceTackles13Tackles Missed3Turnovers Won0Turnovers Conceded0
DisciplinePenalties Conceded2Yellow Cards0Red Cards0
The rising stars of the New Zealand Sevens scene will assemble in Tauranga in January.
82 Kiwis took part in the weekend's northern hemisphere action, with James Lowe putting on a show for Leinster.