The All Blacks Sevens have secured the services of Regan Ware, Sione Molia and Vilimoni Koroi through to the 2020 Toyko Olympics.
They join co‑captains Scott Curry and Tim Mikkelson along with Joe Webber in forming the core of the All Blacks Sevens squad for the next two seasons.
All Blacks Sevens Coach Clark Laidlaw says it is great to have Ware, Molia and Koroi locked in for another two years.
All three are currently playing in the Mitre 10 Cup.
He says Regan and Sione are similar in the sense they have been two of their most consistent players over the past 12 months and both of them are only getting better.
Laidlaw adds that 20‑year‑old Vilimoni Koroi has shown plenty of potential in the black jersey since debuting in his first year out of school and is set for a big future.
Kurt Baker, Trael Joass, Andrew Knewstubb and Jona Nareki, who were all part of the World Cup winning team in July, have signed to the All Blacks Sevens for the 2019 season.
The World Cup winning squad will be in Wellington this week, alongside their Black Ferns Sevens counterparts, to be acknowledged for their 2018 achievements at the All Blacks v South Africa Test match.
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