Max Jorgensen says he never lost hope of Wallabies World Cup dream

Jones, who played with Peter Jorgensen during their days at Randwick, saw something special in the Waratahs youngster.

Even though Jorgensen was on the sidelines for more than two months, Jones has gambled on the teenager and wants him involved in France.

One on one: Jones speaks with Waratahs back Max Jorgensen.Credit: Getty

“When I first did the injury, I took it pretty hard,” Jorgensen said. “Once I did it, I knew my knee was pretty cooked. The first four weeks of the injury was pretty…

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