Bledisloe Cup: Toomua At Ten As Wallabies Look For A Capital Gain

by Paul Cook - A new era dawns for the Wallabies on Saturday night as Ewen McKenzie's new look side takes to the field for the first of their Bledisloe Cup double headers which mark the start of the incoming coaches' reign, the hopes of a fresh period of success in Australian rugby history lying firmly in their hands. As rumoured, Matt Toomua has edged out the returning Quade Cooper to make his test debut in the all important no.10 jersey for the game against the All Blacks as McKenzie rewards the Super Rugby runners-up from the Brumbies with dominance in the matchday 23. Toomua is joined in the run-on side by team mates Stephen Moore, Ben Alexander, Ben Mowen, Christian Leali'ifano and Jesse Mogg while fellow debutants Scott Sio, Scott Fardy, Nic White and Tevita Kuridrani will be warming the bench and looking to play their
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