Australia's rugby community mourned on Tuesday after the sudden death of former Wallaby captain John Hipwell.
Hipwell, who was 65, died on Monday, the Australian Rugby Union has confirmed.
The scrum-half played 36 Tests, captained Australia in nine internationals and was considered one of the world's best in his day.
"John Hipwell was a Wallaby captain, a great bloke and a very close friend of ours," former Wallabies team-mate Geoff Shaw said.
Hipwell made his debut for New South Wales Country as an 18-year-old in 1966 against the touring British and Irish Lions. He made his Test debut in 1968 and played his last Test in 1982.