Australia’s nationwide rugby group, the Australian Wallabies, have actually chosen not to kneel throughout the nationwide anthem as a gesture of assistance for the Black Lives Matter movement after a consentaneous vote by the players. Wallabies coach Dave Rennie, with the support of Rugby Australia, verified the choice on Friday. Rennie said the group talked about the matter at a team camp in New South Wales’ Hunter Valley prior to their choice, which will affect the Bledisloe Cup Test in Sydney where they will face the New Zealand All Blacks next Saturday, Oct. 31. The choice not to kneel follows the Wallabies veteran fullback Dane Haylett-Petty on Thursday said that the team was thinking about to go over the problem. “I believe it’s terrific,” Haylett-Petty said, reported news.com.au. “I believe sport has an amazing opportunity to have a say and join conversations and a lot of sports have done that and it would be …