Kuridrani joins force

Tevita Kuridrani in action for Australia against France. Picture: ZIMBIO

Tevita Kuridrani, who has been a mainstay at No. 13 since 2013, isn’t in Dane Rennie’s squad for the first Bledisloe Cup clash trip to New Zealand.

But Kuridrani made a move of his own on Monday, leaving the Brumbies for the Force.

“This is a top-class signing that further bolsters our midfield,” Force head of rugby Matt Hodgson said.

“He brings a wealth of experience, professionalism and athleticism to the squad. To have made over 60 appearances for the Wallabies and scoring 100 points is no small feat, so to have a player of Kuridrani’s stature at the Western Force is simply fantastic.”

Kuridrani joins fellow former Wallaby Tom Robertson as the latest star to head west ahead of the 2021 season.


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