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NRL star Tyson Frizell’s brother a shock selection in All Blacks squad

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SHANNON Frizell is the backrow bolter for the All Blacks who never got the chance to grow up beside his older brother, who is riding high at the top of the NRL.

The genes that flow so powerfully in the running and hitting power of NSW State of Origin forward Tyson Frizell at St George Illawarra have now reached rugby’s world champions.

Shannon, 24, will be in the Highlanders side against the Queensland Reds at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday night as the freshest forward in the All Blacks squad.

Tyson, 26, was raised by his parents in Wollongong while Shannon’s childhood was with his adopted family in Tonga.

The duo are proud siblings who made the most of holiday visits to remain close during their very different upbringings.

“It is something that is pretty common in Tongan culture, to adopt a kid from another family, but he wasn’t able to come over and live with us,” Frizell told NRL.com.

“My mum fought hard to get him over but wasn’t allowed.”

Immigration laws prevented a childhood together but there were no bars to the siblings excelling as footballers who both passed up overtures from Australian rugby.

Tyson, a 2009 Australian Schoolboy beside Wallaby Scott Sio, waved away an offer to join the NSW Waratahs academy while the Brumbies missed out on Shannon last year.

A three-try effort against the Blues last month ignited chatter about the potential within 108kg Shannon, who has bumping power, speed and off-loading prowess.

He had mixed starts with super-sub minutes in his rookie season for a Highlanders side which was well-beaten 41-12 by the Waratahs last Saturday night.

The 40-game losing streak against the Kiwis for Aussie sides was finally broken and the Reds will be queuing up for their own drought-breaking win at Suncorp Stadium.

The strict policy for top All Blacks to rest from two games before next month’s Test window has turned into a bonus for the Reds.

Fullback weapon Ben Smith, the 64-Test stalwart, is sitting out Saturday night.

Fullback Hamish Stewart (knee) is the Reds only real injury concern for the match and influential backrower Caleb Timu is some chance of returning from an ankle issue.

Round 14 gave Super Rugby an overdue shake-up with a fine Waratahs showing, the Highlanders and Chiefs losing, a second win for Japan’s Sunwolves over the Stormers and a tightening of the competition table.

“It’s probably the most even competition we’ve had for a while,” Highlanders coach Aaron Mauger said.

The Reds, 12th with their 4-7 win-loss record, will continue to rue their shocker against the Sunwolves because the five teams above them are fighting for two finals spots.

The Reds play four of their final five games at Suncorp Stadium so the chance exists to make a late march up the table.

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