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Worst might still be to come as Wallabies slump to world No.7

Brisbane Times Sunday, 16 September 2018
Worst might still be to come as Wallabies slump to world No.7Australia will officially fall to their lowest ever world ranking on Monday but the alarming reality is that worse might be on the horizon.
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