Since returning to Test Rugby in 2014, NSW Waratahs centre KURTLEY BEALE has proven his ability as a game breaker in the Qantas Wallabies back line. Beale starred at both flyhalf and inside centre during the clean sweep of France, while also playing off the bench as an impact player on the Spring Tour. The NSW Waratahs also benefitted from Beale’s career-best season as he became the third-highest point scorer in NSW history with 409 points, including eight tries. The great partnership that evolved with fellow Wallaby Bernard Foley, was a key cornerstone in the team’s 2014 Super Rugby championship. In 2015 the versatile playmaker reached a career milestone of 100 Super Rugby matches. Beale now sits just one match shy of joining the elite 50-Test cap group for the Wallabies.