Kurtley Beale Signs with Western Force for the Super Rugby Pacific Season

Kurtley Beale

Australian rugby veteran Kurtley Beale joins Western Force for the remaining Super Rugby Pacific season, bringing extensive experience from 95 Wallabies caps and a Super Rugby title to the Perth team. Following his acquittal in a recent court case, Beale is set to contribute significantly to the Force’s lineup, adding depth and expertise to their squad.

Australian rugby star Kurtley Beale has signed with Western Force for the remainder of the Super Rugby Pacific season, as confirmed by the Perth-based team this Saturday.

The accomplished 35-year-old, who has donned the Wallabies jersey 95 times, makes his way to the Force after making a comeback to rugby in mid-March with Randwick, his club team, following a 14-month hiatus. This return came a month after a Sydney court acquitted him of rape charges.

Kurtley Beale

Beale expressed his enthusiasm about the new chapter, stating, “I’m excited to join the Force and I’m looking forward to making the move to Perth with my family. There’s enormous potential across the Force’s playing group and I’m eager to support the momentum they’re building. I know I have plenty to offer and I’m grateful for the opportunity to continue playing the game that I love.”

The suspension of Beale from all rugby activities in December 2022 after his arrest and the subsequent legal battle prevented him from participating in his fourth World Cup with the Wallabies in France.

During his suspension, his contract with the New South Wales Waratahs, the team with which he clinched the Super Rugby title in 2014, expired.

The injury of Harry Potter, the full-back, opened up an opportunity for Beale to join the Force, according to head coach Simon Cron. Cron highlighted Beale’s vast experience and rugby intellect as key assets for the team, noting, “He will add valuable experience and rugby brains to our playing group.

Kurtley has reached the top of the game during his playing career, playing at three World Cups, bringing up almost 100 Wallabies caps and winning a Super Rugby title.

He also has very positive relationships with some of our existing squad members which was important in the decision.”

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