Back in April, Eddie Jones said the Wallabies might need “seven captains” throughout their World Cup campaign. Four matches into the season, Jones has named his fourth.
Tate McDermott, 24, will become the 86th person to lead the Wallabies after replacing the injured Allan Alaalatoa in the role to take on the All Blacks at Forsyth Barr Stadium on Saturday afternoon (12:35pm AEST).
Jones said the Test was an opportunity to lead the Wallabies into a “new era”, with James Slipper once again included as a “finisher”.
“Tate’s got all the attributes to be a great captain of…
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