Another champion leaves Europe and returns to the southern hemisphere for the chance to play the French World Cup
After another great champion Eben Etzebeth left Europe to return to the Southern Hemisphere and aim for the 2023 Rugby World Cup. If South Africa’s second streak recently announced their signature with the Sharks until 2027, Courtley Bell would return to Australia to play for Waratas. French adventure Bale, who has been playing in Racing92 for two seasons, will end in June, then there will be a repatriation to return to Ouaratas where he is already the second player to appear in franchise history at 148.
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“I’m really happy with the opportunity Rugby Australia has given me, there’s nothing better for me than working to get a Wallaby shirt,” said the 33-year-old. The shirt he’s already worn 95 times in his career, and can (probably) already await in July when the Wallabies host England for a series of tests that are always so palpable.
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If Bale manages to reach the 2023 Rugby World Cup, he will become the third Australian player to compete in four World Cups: before him only George Gregan and Adam Ashley Cooper have succeeded. The Indigenous peoples have so far played the 2011, 2015 and 2019 editions, reaching the final of the tournament, which has now been held in England for seven years.
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