Schoolboy Jack McGregor ready to take on the Kiwis

On the back of being named player of the tournament at the Australian Schools Championship earlier this year, Jack McGregor has the rugby world at his feet. But don’t tell him that, because he won’t listen. Showing maturity well beyond his years, the humble 18-year old played down his role in captaining NSW 1 to the national title despite doing enough to earn the competition’s highest individual honour “I was ecstatic, it was a huge honour and privilege but obviously without the players and team around me it wouldn't have been possible,” he told Rugby News this week. “A lot of credit needs to go to the coaches for bringing the team together so quickly, it made it a really enjoyable week for all of us.” McGregor clearly has a football brain and showed poise and class throughout the three-match tournament, however he knows the task will be far more difficult in upcoming Test matches against Samoa and New Zealand Schools in the coming weeks. “As a flyhalf, I try and
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