Fraser McReight is eager to leave behind the disappointing Wallabies campaign and shift his focus to the new season with the Queensland Reds under Les Kiss, claiming that he feels re-energized. After facing a string of hurdles in the recent World Cup, including selection controversies, peculiar strategies, and an association with Japanese head coach Eddie Jones, McReight is ready for a fresh start. He states that while the World Cup may have affected some players differently, for him, it’s a clean slate. Despite the turmoil in Australian rugby over the past four years, with numerous changes in leadership and coaching, McReight sees the upcoming season as a chance to rejuvenate the game. Under the guidance of coach Kiss, the Queensland Reds aim to become a formidable team, and McReight is eager to embrace the challenge. The Reds’ performance will heavily depend on the clarity and courage of their players, and Kiss hopes to instill sound game management to achieve their goals. As the team prepares for the new season, the competition for the No.10 jersey continues, with promising options ready to deliver on the field.