Killingworth playing for Aussie 7’s contract at Central Coast 7’s

With the 2016 Olympics less then 10 months away, Boyd Killingworth’s ‘Road to Rio’ begins this weekend. Named in the Australian Sevens program’s invitational side, the Aussie Thunderbolts, Killingworth is looking to play his way into the 2016 full time squad at this weekend’s Central Coast Sevens tournament. But whilst the Warringah and North Harbour Rays backrower admitted that a plane ticket to Rio was the ultimate goal, he’s not looking that far ahead. “Before that I need to secure a contract, so that’s the immediate goal. I’m trying not to look past that. If I can play well this weekend on the Central Coast then I could be in with a shot,” Killingworth told Rugby News. “I’ve been training with the squad two days a week and it’s a really good set up. They train together, they socialise together, they eat together. “I haven’t been in that professional environment for a few years and I’ve missed it so hopefully I can get back into it.” The forme
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