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Wallabies must start planning for life without Will Genia

Brisbane Times Sunday, 21 October 2018
Wallabies must start planning for life without Will GeniaThe Wallabies have become too dependent on their first-choice halfback. Back-up options like Jake Gordon need to be battle-hardened by the time the World Cup comes round.
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