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It's been a virtual career highlights package for the 22-year-old Tasman Makos and Crusaders utility back over the past month.
As a fullback, he was one of the standout performers in this year's Super Rugby championship and helped the Crusaders to their eight title - their first since 2008 - ahead of a shock call up to the All Blacks squad for this year's Investec Rugby Championship.
He was a frustrated spectator at the Makos' opening Mitre 10 Cup game against Canterbury - a harrowing 39-0 loss - and again watched on in disbelief as his Makos' team-mates again lost the plot in Sunday's 35-20 upset loss to Manawatu.
But he's been released by the All Blacks for next Sunday's third round clash against Waikato in Hamilton with a potential midfield role beckoning.
And it can't come soon enough for the exciting utility.
READ MORE: * All Blacks back for NPC * Turbos beat Tasman * Makos must learn quickly"I'm feeling really fresh actually.
David Havili's had enough of sitting on the sidelines.
I wasn't expecting to get as many games as I did for the Crusaders and then I was fortunate enough to play most of my rugby at fullback this year and it was really good to get performances back to back."To get into the final over in Africa was even better and then again to get that All Blacks call-up, it's just been a dream year, so I just want to keep chipping away and hopefully get a win for Tasman this week and go back into the All Blacks camp ready to go."It's clearly meant limited time with his Makos' team-mates this season so he's determined to make the most of any opportunity against Waikato."I can't wait to get into the game mode really, it's been almost a month I think and the body's healed up really well and I'm just ready to go now."After Tasman's heavy first round loss to Canterbury, Havili said it was tough to watch Tasman lose to Manawatu in Palmerston North last weekend."I guess the boys were struggling a bit [on Sunday] but you know, it's a short campaign this Mitre 10 Cup, so I guess you've just got to dump that and move on to the next one and hopefully we can put in a better performance against Waikato this weekend."[There were] a few mistakes and a few errors on the passing side of the game and I think this week we'll work on that and hopefully go into the Waikato game with a better mindset and just get back to the winning ways that Tasman normally have."I know they'll be hurting a bit and they know they're better than that, so we'll work on the stuff that we need to this week and we'll get it right for Sunday."He'll discuss his likely involvement with Tasman's coaching staff during the week, but he's definitely ready to perform."The first week I was in [the All Blacks] camp and didn't play the Canterbury game, it was probably good for me and my body and just to mentally refresh and recharge.The winners of the 39th Tasmanian Media Awards were announced at a gala cocktail presentation event on Friday, April 27, 2018 at Mawson Place, in the Waterside Pavilion, on the Hobart waterfront.