25th May 12:01 AM
Kuridrani earns 50th Wallaby cap
By Lena Reece
Sunday 10/09/2017
Tevita Kuridrani

Tevita Kuridrani has achieved fifty Wallabies caps last night in their 23-all draw against South Africa in Perth.

The 26‑year‑old has missed just nine Tests since he made his debut in the opening 2013 Bledisloe Cup match, and never sat out for more than two after that maiden season, with 39 starts from those 49 appearances.

The Brumbies centre says that it is a journey that has raced by for him as he still remembers being a bundle of nerves ahead of his first match.

The Fijian‑born flyer is the cousin of former Wallabies winger Lote Tuqiri, raised in the same Fijian village and current Fiji and Crusaders winger Nemani Nadolo.

In another Rugby Championship match, the All Blacks defeated Argentina 39-22. 

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