The Wallabies have got together in camp to start this week.
I think they're doing a couple of days before all the players head back to their respective states to prepare for this weekend's Super Rugby action.
The Reds have the bye so they'll be on the beers.
But there's a couple of blokes that I reckon might consider themselves unlucky not to be down in Sydney getting their face on the Wallabies Instagram page.
The obvious omission from the Wallabies squad when announced was Folau Fainga'a, he was no where to be seen with Dave Rennie opting to go with four uncapped Hookers.
There's others that missed out, and yes, this'll be biased towards the Reds, but they're on top of the table and playing good rugby so Waratahs fans, just shut your pie hole.
Angus Scott-Young has been excellent this year.
He's got his opportunities with Lukhan Salakaia-Loto being suspended early in the season and then skipper Liam Wright being injured.
But fark, he's made the most of it.
Tough, uncompromising, he does a lot of the unglamorous stuff around the breakdown and is good in contact.
You could raise a case to suggest that he'd be worth including, his development over the past few years has been good to watch.
By the way, remember when the Wallabies beat the All Blacks @ Suncorp back in November? Ahhh, good times.
There's a couple more from the Reds.
Hamish Stewart & Jock Campbell.
Both playing excellent rugby, preferably Campbell plays fullback for the Reds' for their next game in Perth and then the final.
Everyone else in the Reds backline, perhaps with the exception of Bryce Hegarty has been given a chance in the Wallabies setup - it's time for these two blokes to get their crack.
There's probably others too, I am certain in 12 months time there will be others that we can throw on the list that are starting to emerge in Super Rugby - but right now, these blokes stand out for me.
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