Roar Exclusive video: Wallabies young guns ready to fire
They might have less than 70 Super Rugby games combined but Wallaby debutants Cooper Vuna, Michael Hooper and Nic White are raring to go as Australia prepares for Tests against Scotland and Wales.
Vuna is a 24-year old rugby league convert from Auckland who is just in his second season of Super Rugby with the Melbourne Rebels.
Twenty-year old Michael Hooper, a protégé of George Smith, has 26 Super Rugby caps and in his third year with the Brumbies. The openside flanker from Manly has been revelation for the table-topping ACT franchise this season, along with his teammate Nic White.
The 22-year old scrum-half from Scone in NSW, who only made his debut last year against the Reds, has 12 Super Rugby caps.
All three are in Camp Wallaby for the first time and are vying for spots against Scotland and Wales over the next week and a half.
The three will face off on Friday night as the Brumbies take on the Rebels, and then rejoin the Australian squad ahead of the Scotland Test in Newcastle on June 5. The Roar spoke to Vuna, Hooper and White in camp about their selection, wearing the green and gold, and their form for their Super Rugby teams.
Watch the full interview below:
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