Former Wallabies halfback Will Genia has lathered a promising Australian youngster in praise, but has issued a warning if the futu…
Will Genia is seen by many as the long term successor to George Gregan in the Wallabies number nine shirt. Despite his youth, Genia has already taken on a key leadership role within the side, and is widely regarded as one of the top scrum-halves in the world. A key figure with the Queensland Reds, helping them to win the 2011 Super Rugby tournament, Genia made his debut for Australia in 2009 against New Zealand and he will be an important player at this year's World Cup for them. He made more passes than any other player in the 2011 Super Rugby tournament, serving as evidence of his willingness to keep the ball alive.
The long-serving Australian scrum-half has taken to social media to acknowledge that the end of his excellent international career…
12 Oct, 5:41
Wallabies veteran Will Genia has today announced he will retire from international rugby at the end of 2019.
11 Jul, 22:08