Top 3 players from the Wallabies Week 1 match-up v Georgia in the 2023 Rugby World Cup from Paris’s Stade De France

by Sports Benches

There’s a dynamic superstar who made a name for himself right away just like his Super Rugby career in Ben Donaldson all the way from the Wallabies backline this time at No.15. He has demonstrated more than just a 10 player where he can run with explosive pace as well as making kicks in order to get out of trouble or help crack that gap past the opposition blocks. Plus, Taniela Tupou has been back in shape just in time to kickstart the World Cup campaign for the Wallabies on the No.3 front row at tighthead. He has loads of physicality to plow his way past the Georgians while running a bit that got the best out of his attacking skillsets.

Both players will want to keep up the good start going into the next Pool C game v Fiji on next Monday AM.

And No.12’s Merab Sharikadze did the best he can that led to two of the tries against the Wallabies on the inside centre role for Georgia. He‘s great with pace as well as backing up that requires clear communication before he gains every bit of the Wallabies own danger zone in order to keep the Georgian attack going where the sweet spot was there when given the chance. But sadly, they just couldn’t stop a flying Wallabies attack that saw them collect the bulk of the points with the loss.

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