The last five places in the New Zealand rugby sevens squad for 2019 have been confirmed with Sam Dickson signing on through to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Dylan Collier has signed on for this year, while the others confirmed in the 20-man squad are Luke Masirewa, Tone Ng Shiu and Amanaki Nicole.
29 year old Dickson debuted for the All Blacks Sevens in Dubai in 2012 and is one of the team's most experienced players with 42 World Series tournaments along with appearances as the Rugby World Cup Sevens, Commonwealth Games and Olympic Games.
27 year old Collier debuted in Wellington in 2015 and has gone on to be a regular fixture in the All Blacks Sevens, amassing 29 World Series caps.
The New Zealanders compete in the Hamilton round of the World Series this weekend.
The All Blacks Sevens squad is;
Kurt Baker Manawatu
Ngarohi McGarvey-Black Bay of Plenty
Dylan Collier Waikato
Scott Curry Bay of Plenty
Sam Dickson Canterbury
Scott Gregory Northland
Trael Joass Bay of Plenty
Niko Jones Auckland
Andrew Knewstubb Horowhenua Kapiti
Vilimoni Koroi Otago
Luke Masirewa Bay of Plenty
Tim Mikkelson Waikato
Sione Molia Counties Manukau
Jona Nareki Otago
Amanaki Nicole Canterbury
Joe Ravouvou Auckland
Akuila Rokolisoa Counties Manukau
Tone Ng Shiu Tasman
Regan Ware Taranaki
Joe Webber Bay of Plenty