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All Blacks and Highlanders No 9 Aaron Smith reveals plans to make 2023 World Cup – Stuff.co.nz

The 32-year-old will stay with NZ Rugby for the next two years but his decision could spark a scramble for the services of his backup Folau Fakatava.

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The Highlanders and All Blacks have already started planning about how to get Aaron Smith to the next Rugby World Cup after the halfback admitted he was a broken man” at the end of Super Rugby Aotearoa in 2020.
Smith, 32, announced on Tuesday that he has committed to New Zealand Rugby for the next two years to give himself job security and the ability to chase a spot in the All Blacks squad in 2023.
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Aaron Smith and his deputy Folau Fakatava during the Highlanders-Crusaders…

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