Brumbies centre Tevita Kuridrani has signed a two-year contract extension with the Wallabies.
Kuridrani is the latest in a long line of players to commit their future to the Wallabies' cause, with Nick Phipps, Sean McMahon, Rob Horne, Sam Carter and Scott Fardy all signing new deals in recent months.
The 23-year-old was one of the few standouts during a tough 2014 season for the national side, having made his debut in 2013.
'I am very happy to continue playing my rugby in Australia. The Brumbies have been very supportive and I am passionate about playing for the Wallabies,' said Kuridrani. 'Super Rugby is the best place for me to continue to improve and challenge myself to become the best rugby player I can be.
'It was a very enjoyable experience under Michael Cheika on the recent Spring tour, and there is a lot of competition for spots in the Wallabies team, especially in the backline.'
'I will continue to work hard with my Brumbies teammates to ensure that I can wear the gold jumper again this season and at the World Club.'
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