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Australia fly-half Bernard Foley confirms Waratahs exit after World Cup | Rugby Union News

Australia fly-half Bernard Foley confirms Waratahs exit after World Cup | Rugby Union News 1

Australia fly-half Bernard Foley will go away Tremendous Rugby facet New South Wales Waratahs after the 2019 World Cup to “pursue overseas opportunities”.

Studies in Australia declare Foley will be part of Japanese High League facet Kubota Spears after the upcoming event in Japan, which begins on September 20.

Foley has beforehand performed in Japan, having joined the Ricoh Black Rams for one season after the 2015 World Cup.

The 29-year-old, who has received 67 caps for Australia over a six-year worldwide profession, confirmed his departure from the Waratahs however his but to disclose his subsequent membership.

“It’s not been an easy decision and one that took a great deal of thought, but to be moving on from the Waratahs is certainly a bittersweet feeling,” Foley stated on the Waratahs’ web site on Friday.

“The Waratahs gave me my first alternative at skilled rugby and I’ve grown a lot as a participant and an individual throughout my time right here, enjoying with a few of the sport’s greats and making friendships that can final a lifetime.

“It has been a privilege to characterize this nice state and my household and buddies. I’d wish to thank the coaches who’ve supported me and the team-mates I’ve performed with over time.

“Our followers have been distinctive throughout my time right here and I’d wish to thank them for his or her help, I stay up for cheering on the boys with them properly into the long run.

“I’ve cherished each minute of my time right here, however I’ve acquired a brand new problem in entrance of me and I’m wanting ahead to that as properly.”

Foley remains to be eligible to play for the Wallabies as a result of he has reached the 60-Check threshold required for overseas-based Australian gamers.

He’s set to turn out to be the third Australia worldwide to affix a Japanese membership inside the final week – following Will Genia and Quade Cooper, who signed for second tier facet Kintetsu Liners on Thursday.

The Liners confirmed Genia will hyperlink up with the membership after the World Cup, however Cooper, who was not named within the Wallabies’ Rugby Championship squad, may transfer to Japan as quickly as September.


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