Scott Curry made his debut for the All Blacks Sevens in Dubai in 2010 and has been a key feature of the side ever since.
He took over captaincy from DJ Forbes in 2015 and the same year he was named New Zealand Sevens Player of the Year, an accolade he won again in 2021.
Alongside Tim Mikkelson, Curry co-captained the All Blacks Sevens to a Rugby World Cup Sevens title in 2018 and a Commonwealth Games gold.
He became the fifth All Blacks Sevens player to play 50 tournaments in the black jersey in 2019.
A natural athlete, Curry is known for is work rate and relentless nature on the field.
Curry played for Bay of Plenty in the 2020 Mitre 10 Cup.
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