Super Rugby: Kurtley Beale Re-signs With Tahs & ARU On One Year Deal

Waratahs Rugby Media Release - NSW Waratah and Qantas Wallaby Kurtley Beale is the latest player to commit to Australian Rugby beyond the 2015 Rugby World Cup, signing a one year extension to his contract with the Australian Rugby Union. For the 26 year old, it is a chance to add to his already impressive rugby credentials since he signed his first contract with the NSW Waratahs at age 16 years. The Waratahs inside-centre and prolific point scorer has notched up 475 Super Rugby points since he first debuted for the side in 2007, ultimately going on to achieve 86 of his 100 Super Rugby caps with the Sky Blues. Known for his versatility in the back line as well as a fast-paced, attacking style of rugby, Beale returned to the NSW Waratahs in 2014 following a short two year stint
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