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Gordon won’t shy away from kicking as Wallabies open up on Gregan’s timely RWC advice

SAINT ETIENNE – Carter Gordon insists his goal-kicking will improve when it matters most and believes the experience of playing the host nation in front of a packed house will hold them in “good stead” for the tournament.

Gordon, 22, struggled from the kicking tee against Les Bleus, hitting just one from four during the Wallabies’ 41-17 loss last weekend in their final hit out before their World Cup campaign gets underway against Georgia on September 8 in Paris.

The 10 points the playmaker left out on the field, including eight points in the first half and two mid-range…


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