Wallabies Star David Pocock Set To Make Long Awaited Return
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Veteran Wallaby international David Pocock is set to make his long awaited return to Super Rugby in 2018 with the Brumbies
The back-row forward has been on a sabbatical from Australian Rugby since December 2016, with his return set to come as a major boost for both the Brumbies and the Wallabies.
Pocock, who has 65 caps for Australia, is regarded as one of the best players in world rugby and brings with him a wealth of both skill and experience.
The Brumbies will welcome nine new faces into the squad for the 2018 Super Rugby season, including Pocock, as head coach Dan McKellar prepares for his first season in charge of the two-time champions.
2018 Brumbies squad:
Forwards: Robbie Abel, Allan Alaalatoa, Ben Alexander, Richard Arnold, Rory Arnold, Sam Carter, Tom Cusack, Blake Enever, Mees Erasmus, Folau Fainga’a, Lolo Fakaosilea, Ben Hyne, Leslie Leulua’Iali’i-Makin, Josh Mann-Rea, Nic Mayhew, Lachlan Mccaffrey, Isireli Naisarani, David Pocock, Scott Sio, Darcy Swain, Rob Valetini
Backs: Tom Banks, James Dargaville, Kyle Godwin, Wharenui Hawera, Jordan Jackson-Hope, Tevita Kuridrani, Christian Lealiifano, Ryan Lonergan, Matt Lucas, Andrew Muirhead, Chance Peni-Ataera, Joe Powell, Andrew Smith, Henry Speight, Lausii Taliauli, James Verity-Amm