Five Junior Wallabies who impressed in upset win over New Zealand

By Finn Morton The Junior Wallabies pulled off an incredible upset on Saturday, leaving New Zealand scoreless in a 24-0 victory at Bond University. The New Zealanders had previously won the first four instalments of the competition and looked to be on track to make it five after early victories against both Japan and Fiji. The Australians began the tournament well against Japan but struggled to find their best in a 16-0 win over Fiji, leaving their best performance for the final clash against their Trans Tasman rivals. Five players in particular lifted the side to a new standard and proved to be the difference in an ideal start to their 2019 campaign. Harry Wilson A consistent player with a high work-ethic and an attitude which says no to pain. Wilson was one of the players of the tournament, but his red headgear wasn’t the only reason he stood out. The Queenslander set the tone every time he kitted up for the Junior Wallabies. His monster hit in the 19thminute a
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