Kiwi star may have played his last test

After the New Zealand Kiwis defeated the Great Britain Lions 23-8 overnight in Christchurch, New Zealand captain Benji Marshall revealed in a post-match interview that his International Rugby League future was uncertain.

New Zealand Kiwis captain Benji Marshall spoke in an interview after last night’s test victory over Great Britain where he stated said test “… could be my last.”

 

The five-eighth has played 28 tests for the Kiwis, debuting in the 2005 ANZAC Test where his side would succumb to a 32-16 loss against the Australian Kangaroos.

Marshall is also New Zealand’s most tenured captain, playing 24 of his 28 tests with the honour, five caps ahead of second Gary Freeman who has 19.

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