Kurtley Beale has proven his ability as a game breaker in the Wallabies back line. The 26-year-old’s World Cup campaign reinforced his versatility, with Beale playing at fullback, inside centre and on the wing during the tournament. Beale earned his 50th Test cap with the Wallabies in 2015 and played in the Wallabies’ victory over Argentina. The 2011 John Eales Medallist played in all but one Wallabies Test in 2015, capped off by his career-best turn out at the Rugby World Cup. Beale was just the ninth NSW player to tally 100 Super Rugby caps, over a career spanning the Waratahs and Rebels. The great partnership that evolved with fellow Wallabies back Bernard Foley, was a cornerstone in NSW’s 2014 Super Rugby championship.
Australian Schoolboys (2005,2006), Australia A (2007) Australian U20s (2009)