The strong Queensland No.10 will also continue to lead the Reds, with whom they won their last CAF rugby game.
Australian Rugby announced that it has signed a contract renewal with James O’Connor until 2023, with the simultaneous extension of the agreement between the player and the Reds. Important news when it has been confirmed that he is the strongest number 10 among the Wallabies ranks, who will therefore continue to stay at home until it is time to play in the next World Cup.
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The 30-year-old returned to the Reds in 2019 after two seasons at Sale Sharks, and from the moment he covered the Queensland crimson shirt, he definitely put on the best performances in the last two seasons of Super Rugby AU: the final lost a year ago, dominating the final this season as He scored all 19 of the Reds’ points to defeat the Brumbies and claim the MVP award. As for the national team, he made his debut in 2008 and has participated in 55 international matches so far.
These are James O’Connor’s words after the renovation: “Queensland is my home. I was born here and I want to continue to stay there. We have a great team. My return two seasons ago was dictated by the desire to show what I can do on the field after many international experiences.”
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