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Former Wallabies Captain George Gregan to attend National Under 20s rugby camp at Bond

The Australian National Under 20s rugby team will intensify their preparations for the upcoming Junior World Championship when former Qantas Wallabies captain George Gregan attends their training session here at Bond University on the Gold Coast this week.

Staff and students are invited to attend the training session, which begins at 9:30am on Thursday, April 24 on Sports Field A.

As part of our partnership with Australian Rugby Union (ARU), Bond is proud to host the National Under 20s training session on campus, as the side continues its preparations for upcoming matches against Samoa and also the IRB Junior World Championship.

The Under 20s players come from Super Rugby squads, clubs and Colts sides from across Australia, with representative sides hand-picked from these teams to represent various states at the National Championships.

The Under 20s team are part of the ARU’s elite pathways program which looks to foster and develop the next generation of Australian Super Rugby players, Qantas Wallabies, Qantas Sevens Stars and NRC players.

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