Pocock says Kyle Godwin is ready to make Wallabies debut

Wallabies flanker and fellow Zimbabwean native David Pocock believes centre Kyle Godwin is ready to wear a gold jersey, after the 24-year old was called into the Wallabies 33-man squad ahead of Tests against South Africa and Argentina. Pocock played with Godwin at the Force before leaving for the Brumbies in 2013 and said he has kept a close eye on his former teammate in recent years. “He has a huge amount of talent. Injuries have hampered his development a bit and I think at the Force, he hasn’t been part of a team that has allowed him to play his natural game and that has been tough for him,” Pocock said. “Everyone knows what he can do as a player, so if he can step up this week and contribute, we’ll have to wait and see what the coaches reckon. “Obviously I spent a lot of time with him at the Force and it has been good to watch his development over the last few years and get another opportunity in camp this week.” Godwin was called into the Wallabies wider trainin
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