Jordan has not played rugby for nearly a year, but the Melbourne Rebels hooker feels the most fit of his career and hopes to claim a place in the World Cup. Sports fanatics from all over the world can now grab tickets for Rugby World Cup online to enjoy most exciting rugby matches.
The 22-year-old hopes to play the next Super Rugby Rebels game against the Hurricanes after finally defeating a knee injury last June. He says he only has to tick a few boxes in training next week to play.
The reconstruction and ensuing infection have undermined his plan to add to his two Wallabies hats, won in 2017. But Uelese believes he still has time to argue his case in favor of selection with the star tournament of rugby in Japan.
Since he was part of a contingent of Wallabies visiting a school in Melbourne, he seems to be fine in the mix.
“I hope the hooker job is still up for grabs and I feel like I have a lot to give and want to make my case for the World Cup,” Uelese told AAP.
“Having so much free time, I had time to work on the rest of my body and I feel that I am in the best shape I have ever been in my life.”
The second place of the Wallabies is one of the most controversial positions. Brandon Paenga-Amosa, Folau Fainga’a, and Tatafu Polota-Nau all started in various trials while Waratahs’ Tata Latu tandem did not help with a six-week suspension of Super Rugby.
Anaru Rangi, a rebel-backed hooker, has been one of the most consistent players on his squad, but the veteran Kiwi veteran does not seem to be favored by the Australian selectors.
Uelese said that Rangi’s form, along with other Melbourne prostitutes, Robbie Abel, and Hugh Roach, motivated him in his return.
“Having the whores we have with the Rebels means I do not have to speed up my recovery, so it’s a blessing in disguise,” he said.
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