Wallabies jet-setting in Top 14 break

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by Beth Newman

With the Top 14 on a break, some France-based Wallabies are making the most of their time off, jet setting across Europe this week.

Adam Ashley-Cooper travelled to London, catching up with former Waratahs teammate Kurtley Beale, who is working his way back from a knee injury in England.

 

Catch up round with my old mate bealo @kurtley_beale

A photo posted by Adam Ashley-Cooper (@adamcoopy) on


Montpellier’s Jesse Mogg and Nic White headed to New York to take in Thanksgiving and do some Black Friday shopping.

 

Highline NYC ✔️

A photo posted by Nic White (@white_nic) on


Ashley-Cooper’s Bordeaux teammate Luke Jones travelled to Germany during his break.

 

Abandoned theme park ✔️ Yes it was scary 😅 #spreepark #berlin #abandoned

A photo posted by Luke Jones (@lukejones91) on


It’s been an extra special one for Mike Harris, who became engaged in Dubai.

 

My best friend, now my fiancé 😍👫 @corkjager

A photo posted by Mike Harris (@mikeymikeharris) on


PREMIERSHIP

Leicester just scraped in for a win over struggling Bristol overnight, with Peter Betham at outside centre for the Tigers.

Bethan played 60 minutes for Leicester in the match, replaced by Manu Tuilagi in the back end of the match.

Dave Dennis is set to start at six for Exeter when they take on Worcester this weekend, while prop Greg Holmes will come off the bench.

Ben Tapuai will line up for Bath against Harlequins, starting at inside centre in the clash.

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