There are a couple of undersold players and a lot of experienced players
Even if there are more than nine months left before the start of the 2023 Rugby World Cup, there are people like Australia who will want to push ahead thinking about all the possible details to prepare and do well for the global event.
Australia has released its first squad for the 2023 Rugby World Cup
In fact, coach Dave Rainey, who is not currently going through a period of great consensus, has announced a preliminary list of players called up in light of the planetary oval event, which meets next week on the Gold Coast for kick-off. Operation World Cup.
44 athletes were selected: 25 forwards and 19 players. Among them are Charlie Gamble in the patchy back row, New Zealander by birth but with the Waratahs, as well as potential debutant Ryan Lonergan, scrum-half for the Brumbies, and veterans Quad Cooper and Samu Kirefe, who are recovering from some injuries and hoping to get back on track. To be able to play this year in Japan Rugby League One with their clubs.
With the due “differences”, we must mention the absence of Taniella Topo, Matt Phillip, Rob Liotta, Isiah Perez and Angus Bell, who have physical problems to be resolved, and the losses for geographical reasons of Bernard Foley, Tom Banks and Will Skelton, involved with their clubs between France and Japan.
Isaac Rhoda and veteran Courtley Bell are both part of the list, Chasing another Rugby World Cup dream as a champion.
Below is the full list of the 44 players who have been called up
Come: Alan Alalatua, Angus Bell, Matt Gibbon, Tom Robertson, James Slipper, Sam Talakai, Taniela Topo, Folau Vaenga, Lachlan Lonergan, David Borecki, Nick Frost, Caderin Neville, Matt Phillip, Isaac Rhoda, Darcy Swain, Charlie Gamble, Langie Gleeson Ned Hannigan, Jed Holloway, Michael Hooper, Rob Liotta, Fraser McWright, Pete Samoo, Rob Valettini, Harry Wilson
Three-quarters: Jake Gordon, Ryan Lonergan, Tate McDermott, Nick White, Quad Cooper, Ben Donaldson, Noah Lolisio, Lalakai Fuktei, Lin Iketau, Hunter Bisami, Isaiah Perez, Samu Kirifi, Courtley Bell, Jock Campbell, Rhys Hodge, Andrew Kellawai, Mark Nawakanita Jordan Pattaya, Tom Wright
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