As of July 29, 2010 National: July 29, 2010
Junior Malili Muliaina, better known as Mils Muliaina ( born July 31, 1980 in Salesi, Samoa ) is a rugby union player for the New Zealand national All Blacks. He was born in Salesi (Samoa ), but he moved at the age of two years with his family to Invercargill. In Southland, he played in various youth teams and went first to the Cargill High School, and later at the Southland Boys 'High School, where he was so well played rugby that he was a scholarship to Kelston Boys 1998 ' got high school offered in Auckland.
Muliaina played for the NZ Secondary Schools XV and won with the team the world championship title in 1998. The following year he repeated this with the U -19 and in the years 2000 and 2001 he was part of the U -21 World Cup squad (NZ Colt ). Muliaina came in 2001 for the Super 12 team the Blues and was part of the team that won the Super 12 title in 2003.
Muliainas national team debut for the All Blacks was on 14 June 2003 against England at Westpac Stadium in Wellington. He was in the squad of the All Blacks for the Rugby World Cup in 2003, when he scored seven attempts. In 2004, he was the only player who has been nominated for every international game, which denied the All Blacks. Muliaina has played in eleven tournaments for the New Zealand 7- rugby team and won her the gold medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
Despite the experience he gained as an inner three-quarters, Muliaina plays usually as a goalkeeper, a position to which he is currently regarded as one of the best players in the world. He currently plays for Waikato in the Air New Zealand Cup and for the Chiefs in the Super 14 Muliaina is currently the first choice on the position of the final man for the All Blacks.