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It’s hard to top an appearance at an Olympic Games, although for Locky Miller an NRL debut sometime in 2022 might almost compare.

A member of the Australian Rugby Sevens team to represent in Tokyo, Miller saw now as the time to get back to his roots, back to rugby league and jumped at an opportunity to join the Sharks.

With a background in league, from Coffs Harbour and having played on the NSW North Coast as a junior, before spending time in the Queensland Cup system, Miller was recruited into the helter-skelter world of rugby sevens and such was his ability that international honours followed.

He’ll be first to admit it’s been a tough transition back into rugby league, but one he has so far enjoyed as he looks to re-establish in the game he played as a kid, with Miller’s unique skills to be a point of difference as he sets his sights on an NRL career.

Check out the Sharks Media interview with Miller, who details the interesting ride which has seen him land at the Shire, where he thinks he might be best suited back in rugby league and what he looks forward to most during the season ahead.

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