Through the lens: Wallabies vs England Week one

International
Stu Walmsley.
by Stu Walmsley

Week one of the Wallabies international season included four debutants, plenty of hard graft at Ballymore and a visit from our diminutive friends in the racing fraternity.

A young fan looks up at his heroes during the Brisbane fan day in Queen Street mall. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

David Pocock gets some good air during a gym session in Brisbane. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Sean McMahon poised for action during training at Ballymore. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Israel Folau limbers up for a field session at Ballymore in some typical Queensland weather. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Will Skelton surrounded by weights prior to a strength session at Ballymore. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Wallabies players Sekope Kepu (left) and Taqele Naiyaravoro with jockeys Jimmy Orman, Michael Murphy (centre) and Ryan Williams. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Rory Arnold enjoying the experience of his first team photo with the Wallabies prior to making his debut in Brisbane. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Michael Hooper and Nick Phipps share a laugh prior to the Captain’s Run at Suncorp Stadium. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Dane Haylett-Petty poses at the Sofitel Brisbane Central ahead of his Test debut. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Wallaby fan Sol Diner on the way to Suncorp Stadium for the opening Test. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Samu Kerevi atop the Sofitel Brisbane Central ahead of his Test debut. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Captain Stephen Moore wearing the scars of battle during the first Test in Brisbane. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Wallabies debutant Nick Frisby savours a moment in the warm up before Australia's first Test against England. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Tevita Kuridrani goes over for a second half try in the first Test to give the Wallabies a sniff of victory. Photo: ARU Media/Stu Walmsley

Each week during the Australia v England Test series rugby.com.au will publish the best images by ARU Media photographer Stuart Walmsley.

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