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Cam Clark
Utility back
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Andrew Deegan
Flyhalf
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Jack Dempsey
Flanker / No.8
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Damien Fitzpatrick
Hooker
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Israel Folau
Centre, Fullback
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Bernard Foley
Flyhalf
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Jake Gordon
Scrum-half
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Ned Hanigan
Lock
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Bryce Hegarty
Fly-half
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Jed Holloway
Lock
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Michael Hooper
Openside Flanker
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Rob Horne
Wing/Centre
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David Horwitz
Flyhalf / Inside Centre
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Harry Jones
Utility back
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Andrew Kellaway
Wing/Fullback
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Sekope Kepu
Prop
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Tolu Latu
Hooker
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Matt Lucas
Scrumhalf
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Mack Mason
Flyhalf
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Ryan McCauley
Lock
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Dave McDuling
Lock
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Dean Mumm
Lock
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Taqele Naiyaravoro
Wing
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Sam Needs
Prop
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Nick Phipps
Scrumhalf
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Hugh Roach
Hooker
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Tom Robertson
Prop
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Reece Robinson
Fullback/Winger
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Paddy Ryan
Prop
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Matt Sandell
Prop
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Irae Simone
Centre
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Will Skelton
Lock
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Angus Ta'avao
Prop
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Senio Toleafoa
Lock
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Michael Wells
Flanker / no.8
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Brad Wilkin
Flanker

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