Tevita Kuridrani
Position Centre
Date of birth 31 March 1991
Height 192cm
Weight 102kg
Debut 2013 vs New Zealand, Sydney
Caps 31 Tests


Strike weapon Tevita Kuridrani has quickly established himself as an elite centre in World Rugby, starting in all but one of the Wallabies 2015 Tests. Kuridrani continues to be the go-to centre for the Brumbies, forming a formidable attacking trio alongside Christian Lealiifano and Matt Toomua. Despite an injury-hampered 2015 Super Rugby season, he was still a major contributor to the Brumbies run to the semi finals, before a barnstorming Rugby World Cup campaign. In March 2015, Kuridrani signed a two-year contract extension with the Australian Rugby Union taking him through to the end of the 2017 season. The Fijian-born flyer is the cousin of former Wallabies winger Lote Tuqiri, raised in the same Fijian village and current Fiji and Crusaders winger Nemani Nadolo.

Representative Honours

Australian Sevens (2010-11), Australia U20s (2011)

International 2017 season

Tries 4
Points 20
Carries 77
Metres 396
Successful Tackles 57
Missed Tackles 11