Australia coach Michael Cheika is a good example of the multiculturalism that helps shape the modern identity of his country
DAY TWENTY TWO
Australia 27-8 Georgia
Australia got the expected win over Georgia today, but a combination of wind, rain and Georgian resistance made it far from plain sailing. Australia coach Michael Cheika will take this result and move forward, probably to a quarter final against England. During his five years in the job Cheika has worked hard to give his team a sense of identity, and he himself is a good example of the multiculturalism that helps shape the modern identity of his country. Cheika’s father, Joe, arrived in Sydney from the Lebanon in 1950 with nothing and made a contribution that’s extended long past his own lifetime. Immigration has made Sydney and Melbourne vibrant multicultural cities. In the country as a whole over 160 languages are spoken, and one in five people don’t speak English.
DID YOU KNOW?
There are over 336,000 Mandarin speakers in Australia. That’s 1.6 per cent of the total population.
Australia: (10) 27
Tries: White, Koroibete, Dempsey, Genia
Cons: Toomua (2)
Georgia: (3) 8
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