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    Stacey Jones has secured the Kiwis' top job, beating Australian Wayne Bennett for the coveted role

    Stacey Jones has secured the Kiwis' top job, beating Australian Wayne Bennett for the coveted role

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Stacey Jones
    Stacey Jones
    The former Kiwis international and Warriors assistant will replace Michael Maguire - who was unable to juggle the role with the New South Wales gig.

    Jones says his predecessor - who he's worked under since 2018 - passed on his congratulations.



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