Wallabies confident in Foley’s boot

In a sign that Bernard Foley may the frontrunner to start the Rugby World Cup in the Wallabies No.10 jersey, specialist kicking coach Chris Malone has thrown his support behind his former Sydney Uni colleague. The newly appointed Waratahs assistant coach, who was recruited by Michael Cheika midway through 2015 to help prepare the Wallabies kickers for the World Cup, said he’s been impressed with the progress of Foley and his teammates in recent months. “In the time that I’ve been intensely with the squad, I would think Bernard has been in the upper 80-90 per cents and is kicking very well,” Malone said “He’s a confident guy, he know hows he wants to kick, as long as I can help him around a few things with consistency, then I couldn't be more happy with the work that not only Bernard but all the boys have been doing. At a World Cup in England, it’s going to be pretty important” During a 10-year career in the UK, Malone became well known for his strong kicking game, b
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