Marika Koroibet will not take part in Australia’s fall tour, Wallabies coach Dave Rainey announced on Sunday. The winger has decided to dedicate himself to his family. Winger Marika Koroibet (29) has pulled out of Australia’s fall tour. Wallabies coach Dave Rainey said on Sunday that the former Fiji rugby union international, the father of three sons, wanted to be with his family. Koroibet, who is committed for four years from next season (January 2022) With the wild knights in Japan, Australia missed the last match in the Rugby Championship (32-17 vs Argentina) to return home to his wife after the birth of his third son. Japan, Scotland, England Then Wales mainstay Pon Famausili, who also plays for Melbourne Rebels, was also forced to retire this time with a calf injury. Neither the coroibet nor the famoucilli will be replaced before the wallabies reach Europe. The tour will include matches against Japan (Saturday), Scotland (7 November), England (13 November) and the country of Wales (20 November). read also All the news of the fall tour
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