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Assistant Kiwi coach Tony Iro and former international Tawera Nikau were today confirmed as national selectors for the next two years.
They join incumbent selector and Kiwi coach Stephen Kearney while Howie Tamati remains as convener.
New Zealand Rugby League chief executive Jim Doyle said Iro and Nikau come onto the panel for former Kiwis Tony Kemp and Darrell Williams, who were required to resign after their two-year term as selectors.