1. George Francis, Eastwood
2. Efi Maafu, Wests Bulldogs
3. Tom Ross, Gungahlin
4. Trevor Hosea, Harlequins
5. Angus Blyth, Bond University
6. Esei Haangana (vc), Melbourne Unicorns
7. Fraser McReight, Brothers
8. Patrick Tafa, Norths (Sydney)
9. Ryan Lonergan (c), Vikings
10. Lawson Creighton, Brothers
11. Matt McTaggart, Easts
12. Isaac Lucas, Sunnybank
13. Len Ikitau, Vikings
14. James Ramm, Randwick
15. Mack Hansen, Gungahlin
16. Matt Faessler, Brothers
17. Charlie Hancock, Sydney University
18. Josh Nasser, University of Queensland
19. Hugh Margin, Gordon
20. Tom Kibble, GPS
21. Tate McDermott, University of Queensland
22. Tony Hunt, Norths (Brisbane)
23. Tom Fuller, Randwick
The Junior Wallabies side to play Fiji U20s at Bond University on the Gold Coast for round one of the Oceania Rugby U20s Championship tomorrow has been named with Ryan Lonergan from Canberra confirmed as captain.
Australia will take on Fiji U20s, kicking off Friday 27 April at 7pm AEST in the first of three matches as it looks to win its first Oceania Rugby U20s Championship title.
Junior Wallabies Head Coach, Jason Gilmore said: “Fiji will present a strong challenge first up for us and we know that they can attack from anywhere.
“The team has prepared well for this tournament and there is excitement to start our 2018 season on the Gold Coast.
“Ryan Lonergan will lead the team out as Captain, he’s an excellent Rugby player both physically and mentally and he will lead us well throughout the Oceania campaign.”
All matches from the Oceania Rugby U20s Championship will be broadcast LIVE on RUGBY.com.au.