Asquith and Gibbon released from Sevens program

The Australian Men's Sevens program today announced Paul Asquith and Alex Gibbon have been released from their contracts at their own request. Asquith made his debut for Australia in Tokyo in March 2013, earning nine World Series caps and scoring 76 points in the process. The 21-year-old from Wollongong last appeared for his country at the London leg of the 2013/14 HSBC Sevens World Series in May 2014. Lismore-born Gibbon made his debut for Australia on the Gold Coast in October 2013, earning the last of his seven caps at Twickenham in the London leg of the HSBC Sevens World Series in May 2015. "Alex [Gibbon] and Paul [Asquith] have decided to go back to their clubs and play XVs Rugby which I have supported. Both were excellent individuals and people and I wish them the very best playing regularly for their club and hopefully NRC later in the year. It was good to see them playing for Southern Districts against Sydney University in the Shute Shield and have a chat with them post-game
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