At just 25, Shaquille Stone has been able to attend three Touch World Cups - a feat that many in his sport do not get the chance to experience at all. This week, as part of our Behind the Name feature we find out more about Stone, a touch player who represents New Zealand in the Touch Blacks Men's team and the NZ Warriors Men's Touch Team. This feature focuses on the Bay of Plenty's talented athletes representing New Zealand internationally beyond their impressive career and today, Stone tells us which athlete he looks up to most and what advice
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