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Tah puts Uni life on hold for surprise World Cup campaign

Max Jorgensen has placed his studies on hold in the hope of becoming the youngest Wallaby ever to debut at a Rugby World Cup.

The teenage sensation conceded to be in a state of shock after receiving the call-up from coach Eddie Jones to make the trip to France with Australia’s 33-man squad.

The 18-year-old had feared his World Cup dream was over when he tore an MCL during a NSW Waratahs Super Rugby loss to the Crusaders in May.

“I was pretty surprised…


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