The Australian International Center, Tevita Kuridrani, signed for three seasons with Biarritz, announced Wednesday the president of the club promoted to the Top 14, Jean-Baptiste Aldigé.
Kuridrani, 30, is a very physical center (1.96m) originally from Fiji. He spent most of his career with the Brumbies before moving to the Western Force last year. Centerpiece of the Wallabies’ attack over several seasons, he has 61 picks with 22 tries. He has participated in the last two World Cups in England (2015) and Japan (2019).
In Biarritz, Kuridrani should be able to share center court with former All Black Francis Saili, an important player in BO’s rise to the Top 14 this season. In addition, there will be his former teammate in Brumbies, Henry Speight, and there is also speculation about the arrival of Argentine scrum half Tomás Cubelli.