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SAINT ETIENNE – The Wallabies’ World Cup preparations took another step forward on Friday, as the squad was unveiled at their welcoming ceremony in Saint Etienne.

Under the beating sun, the Wallabies were for the second time in as many days warmly received by locals as the entire touring party received their World Cup caps and participation medals.

During an hour long ceremony in a town hall just a few kilometres from the Place Marengo in the centre of the city, the Wallabies watched on as they were welcomed by dignitaries and local dancers.

The Wallabies were encouraged to make…

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