Wallabies coach Dave Rennie has confirmed the 40-man squad forward of subsequent month’s three-day camp on the Gold Coast.
There are 14 uncapped gamers within the squad, together with Australian Sevens consultant Tim Anstee, former Junior Wallabies hooker Lachlan Lonergan and veteran David Porecki.
Reds low season signing Suliasi Vunivalu has additionally earned choice within the Wallabies camp squad, following a powerful return to the 15-man recreation in Harvey Norman Tremendous Rugby AU.
Western Power recruit Sitaleki Timani is ready to return to the nationwide fold after an eight-year absence, with the 34-year-old named in a Wallabies squad for the primary time because the 2013 Spring Tour.
Brumbies lock Cadeyrn Neville has additionally earned choice within the camp squad and could possibly be in line for his Take a look at debut this 12 months, on the ripe age of 32. Whereas utility ahead Seru Uru pressured his method into the reckoning after a collection of standout shows in Harvey Norman Tremendous Rugby AU for ladder leaders, the Queensland Reds.
The typical age of the squad is simply 25 and is comprised of 14 Brumbies, 12 Queensland Reds, seven Melbourne Rebels, 4 NSW Waratahs and three members of the Western Power.
The three-day camp will probably be used to organize the aspect each on-and-off the sector forward of the Worldwide season, which is at present scheduled to kick off within the July Take a look at window.
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Whole Take a look at caps: 513
Common Take a look at caps: 12.8
Common age: 25
Uncapped gamers: 14
Most capped: James Slipper (100 Exams)
Youngest member: Angus Bell, 20
Oldest member: Sitaleki Timani, 34
Breakdown: Brumbies 14, QLD Reds 12, Melbourne Rebels 7, NSW Waratahs 4 and Western Power 3
2021 Wallabies camp squad (age, staff, Exams performed)
Allan Alaalatoa (27, Brumbies, 43 Exams)
Tim Anstee (23, Western Power, uncapped)
Tom Banks (26, Brumbies, 11 Exams)
Angus Bell (20, NSW Waratahs, 3 Exams)
Filipo Daugunu (26, Queensland Reds, 5 Exams)
Pone Fa’amausili (24, Melbourne Rebels, uncapped)
Jake Gordon (27, NSW Waratahs, 5 Exams)
Reece Hodge (26, Melbourne Rebels, 45 Exams)
Trevor Hosea (21, Melbourne Rebels, uncapped)
Len Ikitau (22, Brumbies, uncapped)
Feleti Kaitu’u (26, Western Power, uncapped)
Josh Kemeny (22, Melbourne Rebels, uncapped)
Marika Koroibete (28, Melbourne Rebels, 34 Exams)
Noah Lolesio (21, Brumbies, 2 Exams)
Lachlan Lonergan (21, Brumbies, uncapped)
Alex Mafi (24, Queensland Reds, uncapped)
Tate McDermott (22, Queensland Reds, 2 Exams)
Fraser McReight (22, Queensland Reds, 1 Take a look at)
Andy Muirhead (27, Brumbies, uncapped)
Isi Naisarani (26, Melbourne Rebels, 8 Exams)
Cadeyrn Neville (32, Brumbies, uncapped)
James O’Connor (30, Queensland Reds, 55 Exams)
Hunter Paisami (22, Queensland Reds, 6 Exams)
Jordan Petaia (21, Queensland Reds, 8 Exams)
David Porecki (28, NSW Waratahs, uncapped)
Lukhan Salakaia-Loto (24, Queensland Reds, 25 Exams)
Pete Samu (29, Brumbies, 10 Exams)
Irae Simone (25, Brumbies, 2 Exams)
James Slipper (31, Brumbies, 100 Exams)
Darcy Swain (23, Brumbies, uncapped)
Lachlan Swinton (24, NSW Waratahs, 1 Take a look at)
Sitaleki Timani (34, Western Power, 18 Exams)
Matt To’omua (31, Melbourne Rebels, 54 Exams)
Taniela Tupou (24, Queensland Reds, 25 Exams)
Seru Uru (24, Queensland Reds, uncapped)
Rob Valetini (22, Brumbies, 4 Exams)
Suliasi Vunivalu (25, Queensland Reds, uncapped)
Nic White (30, Brumbies, 37 Exams)
Harry Wilson (24, Queensland Reds, 6 Exams)
Tom Wright (23, Brumbies, 3 Exams)
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