SBW back for Kiwis?
Sat, 25 Aug 2012 2:06p.m.
Sonny Bill Williams is being tipped to play Rugby League for the Kiwis next year.
Tonight will be SBW’s last match for the All Blacks before he heads overseas to play in Japan and then onto the NRL in 2013.
Kiwis general manager of high performance, Tony Kemp told the Sydney Morning Herald he expected Williams to make himself available for international duty.
''Sonny Bill isn't one to sit on the fence, he wants to push the boundaries, and I'm pretty sure that means [playing] Test football,'' Kemp told Sydney Morning Herald.
''He wasn't part of the last [rugby league] World Cup. He's got a rugby union World Cup, so I'd say a rugby league World Cup would be at the top of his list as well,” he says.
Kemp said he was yet to receive any formal affirmation from Williams on his Kiwis playing future.
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