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FULLBACK TO THE FUTURE!

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MILS MULIAINA COMMITS TO SKY SPORT

Hot on the heels of Israel Dagg signing on with SKY Sport, All Blacks centurion Mils Muliaina has also committed to SKY Sport and will continue his work with Kick-off, commentating Investec Super Rugby, presenting on SKY rugby build-up shows and producing field content. He will also work on SKY'S coverage of Land Rover 1st XV Rugby, Mitre 10 Cup and on Sevens.

Muliaina said he’s enjoyed the challenge of joining the team behind the teams. 

“It’s been a blast, I’ve loved stepping behind the microphone and I’m stoked that SKY Sport have shown so much faith in me. I feel extremely privileged to join the SKY team fulltime and I couldn’t be happier.” 

SKY Head of Sports Production, Brian Hitchcock says: “Mils is a great All Black who has transitioned really well into sport broadcasting. We love his passion, commitment and professionalism.”

SKY rugby fans can look forward to seeing Mils Muliaina regularly on Thursday night’s Kick-off with Kirstie Stanway, Israel Dagg and Cory Jane. 

Mils Muliaina will appear on Kick-off tonight from 8.30pm on SKY Sport 1.

MILS MULIAINA PLAYING CAREER:

Mils Muliaina’s rugby career is an accomplished one, a 100 test cap All Black, a 2011 Rugby World Cup winner, a 2002 Commonwealth Games gold medallist and a 2010 IRB Player of the Year nominee.

In 2005 he helped sweep the British and Irish Lions, he’s enjoyed three Northern Hemisphere Grand Slam victories with the All Blacks, won an Investec Super Rugby competition and he has tasted NPC victory four times.

As an All Black, Muliaina would become the second All Black in history to reach 100 test caps, scoring 33 tries over the course of his career, he would go on to captain his country on three occasions, and remains among the top 30 highest try scorers in test rugby history.

NATIONAL TEAMS

1998            New Zealand Secondary Schools XV
1999            New Zealand Under 19
1999-02      New Zealand Sevens (11 competitions)
2000            New Zealand A (2 appearances)
2000-1         New Zealand Colts (5 appearances)
2000-11       New Zealand All Blacks (100 appearances)