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Presence of SBW will help his team reach target of 750,000 ticket sales for the 2021 RLWC - Dutton
By Violet Matakibau
Thursday 28/11/2019
Chief executive of the Rugby League World Cup, Jon Dutton

The Chief executive of the Rugby League World Cup, Jon Dutton is hoping the presence of Sonny Bill Williams will help his team reach their target of 750,000 ticket sales for the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.

The former All Black, fresh from his appearance in the Rugby Union World Cup in Japan, will be back playing in the northern hemisphere for the next two years after joining Super League newcomers Toronto Wolfpack.

Williams helped New Zealand reach the 2013 World Cup final at Old Trafford during his second stint in the 13-man code and could also represent Samoa, the birthplace of his father John.

Source: TVNZ

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