Frank Halai #14
From 2011-12 Halai played rugby for Waikato before moving on to Counties Manukau from 2012-15 in the ITM Cup. Frank played in the World Sevens Series for the New Zealand Sevens Team from 2011-2012, where he scored 30 tries in 7 tournaments. In 2013 he made his debut for the All Blacks against Japan at Tokyo on November 2. He then played for the Super Rugby Blues from 2013-2015 before moving to the U.K. to play with the Wasps in the English Premiership from 2015-2017. Since 2017 he has played for Pau in the French Top 14. He also played with the Barbarians FC from 2013-2014, making three appearances. In 2014 he played twice for the New Zealand Barbarians.
The former New Zealand Sevens luminary is considered a fast and powerful weapon on attack and is known for his try-scoring and ability to beat defenders. These traits awarded him his first All Black cap in 2013. In 2020, he lived up to expectations when he led a team with two tries in three games last season. He also racked up 255m carries and a team leading three-line breaks.