October 04, 2012
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Cama, Raikabula in NZ team for Aus 7s

Tomasi Cama and Lote Raikabula have been included in New Zealand coach Gordon Tietjens’ 12-member squad for the opening tournament of the 2012/2012 7s World Series on the Gold Coast next weekend.

The 12-strong squad with some strong seasoned campaigners and a handful of new faces was named today.

Two players from the last sevens world series, Toby Arnold and Scott Curry, were not considered because of injury.

New Zealand: Tomasi Cama, Sam Dickson, DJ Forbes, Iopu Iopu, Mark Jackman, Warwick Lahmert, Tim Mikkelson, Kylem O'Donnell, Lote Raikabula, Belgium Tuatagaloa, Gareth Williams-Spiers, Jamie Verran.

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