New Zealand born Nicky Tyrone Little is a professional rugby player who has turned out for the Fiji national side many times. Playing at fly half, he has quick feet, quick hands, and great ball skills and is nephew of All Blacks centre Walter Little. Nicky is a key part of the Fiji side and has scored an incredible 652 points in total. He is one of the highest scoring players to ever have played for a Pacific region side and has also played domestically all over the world. This includes playing in England for Sale Sharks in 1999, then moving to France to play for Dax, as well as playing in Wales for Pontypridd and back in England with Saracens. He has also played in his native New Zealand for Canterbury and North Harbour.
Nicky first played for Fiji in 1996 aged just 19 and since then has picked up caps at the World Cup and is Fiji’s highest ever points scorer. After helping his side beat Wales to progress in the World Cup of 2003, Nicky was injured and was forced to sit out the rest of the games. He then signed for Bath and has played for Bristol Rugby as well as RFU Championship side Esher RFC. Nicky is also involved in a joint venture with The Canterbury High School that finds the school’s elite Rugby Player Development Centre, headed up by Nicky Little himself, being the first ever of its sort within the country. It aims to help bring on grass roots rugby and young players of the game within the local area.
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