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Kurtley Beale re-signs with Waratahs

Kurtley Beale has ended months of speculation by re-signing with the NSW Waratahs and Australian Rugby Union for another year.

The retention is a huge boost for Waratahs and Wallabies coach Michael Cheika, who will have the star playmaker available for the 2015 Rugby World Cup in Britain.

Beale's future in Australian Rugby was in serious jeopardy following his in-flight clash with former Wallabies business manager Di Patston last September.

He was subsequently fined $40,000 after revelations he'd also sent lewd text...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 28 January 2015 13:43

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Goodes won't rule out playing past 2015

 

Sydney games record holder Adam Goodes is returning for his 17th AFL campaign and he has revealed it might not be his last. "I'm certainly not thinking that way," he said. The 35 year old dual Brownlow medallist, who was still recovering from a knee injury this time last year, is feeling fit and hasn't ruled out playing past 2015. But his main goal this season is to atone for the Swans bitterly disappointing 63 point grand final loss to Hawthorn. "We played our worst brand of football for a long time... it no doubt motivated...

 

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