Wallaby winger Andrew Kellaway believes he’s taken “one step closer” to proving his Test worth after earning praise for his performance in his first international start against the All Blacks last Saturday.
But whether it’s enough to keep out superstar Marika Koroibete remains up to coach Dave Rennie, with the 2019 John Eales medallist available to return from the booze ban that kept him out of Australia’s Bledisloe Cup loss.
Rennie took a hard-line stance against Koroibete, who was found drinking with two teammates in his hotel after a team dinner.
The Wallabies were good late in the opening clash but still lost, and now Rennie needs to decide whether to recall Koroibete straight away when the teams clash again in Auckland this Saturday.
Kellaway, who scored his maiden Test try at Eden Park and was widely applauded for his efforts with the ball and in defence in just his…