10 Junior Wallabies to watch in 2018

Last month, new Australian U20s coach Jason Gilmore named a 54-man extended training squad to begin preparations for the 2018 U20s World Cup in France. The rebranded Junior Wallabies met for the first of four training camps at the AIS in Canberra late last year and will play matches against New Zealand, Samoa and Fiji in April ahead of the World Cup in France in June. While there is still plenty of rugby to be played between now and the opening pool match, here are 10 names to watch ahead of the Junior World Cup. Will Harrison (Flyhalf) Will Harrison captained Australian Schools last year, despite missing most of the season with a broken leg and quickly justified his selection with an impressive performance against the Kiwis. With Hamish Stewart expected to miss the 2018 Junior World Cup due to Super Rugby commitments, Harrison will likely battle Queenslander Issac Lucas for the starting No.10 jersey. The Randwick playmaker is physical, composed and has a huge boot and will
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