Quade Cooper's career in photos

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by Matt Lewis

Quade Cooper's rugby career is set to continue with Australian Rugby after he signed a new three-year deal with the Queensland Reds. Take a look at Cooper's career in images. 

Cooper scores a try on his Super Rugby debut with the Queensland Reds in 2007. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper makes a break for the East Coast Aces in the Australian Rugby Championship. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper kicks for touch while representing the Australia U20s side in 2008 alongside Will Genia, David Pocock & Seilala Lam. Photo: Getty Images

Former Wallabies coach Robbie Deans names four new players in his Wallabies squad for the 2008 Spring Tour. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper comes off the bench in his Wallabies debut to score the match winning try against Italy in 2008. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper meets fans in Tokyo ahead of the 2009 Bledisloe Cup. Photo: Getty Images

Ben Alexander and Quade Cooper celebrate their 33-12 victory over Wales to win the Invesco Perpetual Series in 2009. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper celebrates in style after scoring a try against the Waratahs in 2011. Photo: Getty Images

Queensland Reds are Super Rugby champions. Photo: Getty Images

The Wallabies win the 2011 Tri Nations after a 25-20 victory over the All Blacks. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper's 2011 Rugby World Cup ends in heartbreak after suffering an ACL injury in the playoff for third against Wales. Photo: Getty Images

Quade Cooper celebrates a win in his first professional boxing match in 2013. Photo: Getty Images

Quade catches up with his cousin Sean Maitland after the Wallabies win over Scotland in 2013. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper becomes one of 29 players to play 100 games for Queensland. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper starts at flyhalf against Uruguay in his second Rugby World Cup. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper signs with Toulon for the 2015/2016 Top 14 season. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper makes his Sevens debut at the Las Vegas Sevens in a bid to play at the Olympics. Photo: Getty Images

Cooper plays his first match for the Wallabies in 10 months after returning to Australian Rugby in 2016. Photo: Getty Images