When Dave Rennie remembered Quade Cooper from the rugby test wasteland to lead the Wallabies Rugby World Cup against the Springboks, it seemed like an emergency measure. Rugby Fans can buy France Rugby World Cup Tickets from our website.

However, Cooper had other ideas. In three successive tests, the 33-year-old player led the Wallabies to three straight wins for the first time since 2017 and is now first on the team’s roster.

Quade Cooper form leaves Wallabies with a 2023 RWC challenge
Quade Cooper’s form leaves Wallabies with a 2023 RWC challenge

The gleaming state of Cooper’s return to the Golden No. 10 jersey puts Rennie and the Wallaby selector in trouble.

Before James O’Connor suffered injuries during his international season, the Reds organizer was considered the right person to lead the Wallabies offensive at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.

This may still be the case, but Rennie told reporters on Thursday that he has no doubts that Cooper’s physical condition is sufficient to become France’s current one-eighth when he will be 35 years old.

Although Cooper was physically prepared, Renee quickly drove everything he had to do to become the number 10 pick two years later.

“However, this is not a guarantee. This week, of course, we put James O’Connor on the bench. He is also experienced and apparently already out due to an injury,” he said.

“What we have is real competition for residences. That’s great. We also have Noah [Lolesio] in the background – he’s learned and growing, which is good for the team.

“We will not think too far. I have no doubt that players like Quaid and James have more football.”

The gleaming state of Cooper's return to the Golden No. 10 jersey
The gleaming state of Cooper’s return to the Golden No. 10 jersey

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The real game continues in the spring outing. Rennie confirmed Sean McMahon will all join the team on their way to Japan, Cooper, and Samu Kerevi, and then meet Wales, Scotland, and England.

Although Rennie now knows what Cooper and Kerevi brought him, McMahon is still unknown.

He will face the Pumas on the bench on Saturday, his first test since 2017.

The Wallabies have pursued a four-game winning streak for the first time since they faced the Pumas at the Cbus Super Stadium on the 2017 Spring Tour.

“We’re just working hard. Working hard to develop our skills, working hard to cultivate our awareness of the game.

“We are definitely a very suitable party now. We have real competition for places. I think it is very useful. Otherwise, they might lose their place to others. I think this is very important.

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