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Williams' ABs dream

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Wednesday, May 28, 2014

WELLINGTON - Chiefs utility Tim Nanai-Williams has given himself another 12 months to turn his All Blacks dream into a reality.

The 24-year-old penned a new deal with the Chiefs for 2015 last week, and said a big factor for wanting to stay with the back-to-back Super Rugby champions was to fulfil his dream of wearing the black jersey.

"Selection is not in my power but what's in my power is to train hard and do what's best for this team (Chiefs) and God's willing things will come good for me.

"I enjoy watching the All Blacks and my dream was always to be there."

His only hope of playing international rugby lies with the All Blacks after turning out for the New Zealand Sevens ruling him out of playing for Samoa.








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