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The Highlanders have signed Otago fullback Michael Collins while also locking down rising star Vilimoni Koroi on a three-year deal from 2021-2023.
Otago excitement machine Koroi will focus on the Tokyo Olympics next year as part of New Zealand Sevens outfit but the Highlanders have wasted no time in securing the 21-year-old for the longer term after some outstanding Mitre 10 Cup form.
Otago loose forward Sione Misiloi, who can play No 6 or No 8, has also been picked up by the Highlanders as they fill out their squad for next year’s competition.
Otago product Collins, 26, struggled with a groin injury during this year’s Super Rugby campaign with the Blues and has only recently returned to the paddock at Mitre 10 Cup level.
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But his cool head, leadership qualities and ability to read the game will be needed at the Highlanders next year after the loss of some seasoned campaigners in the post-Rugby World Cup exodus, including co
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