Who are Kurtley Beale parents?

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Who is Kurtley Beale?

Kurtley Beale is an Australian professional rugby union representative player who has played at the highest level for ten years. He has made more than 90 national representative appearances.

What happened to Kurtley Beale?

In connection with the alleged sexual assault of a 28-year-old lady at a Bondi Beach venue, Kurtley Beale, a 34-year-old rugby union player, was detained and charged; Rugby Australia and his club Waratahs have since announced that he has been “banned from all forms of rugby with immediate effect.”

The Wallabies back was detained by police on Friday after an investigation into accusations that a 28-year-old woman had been sexually assaulted on December 17 at a licensed establishment in Bondi Beach, Sydney, before being charged.

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Beale was taken into custody on Friday just before 2:30 p.m. in Kingsford during a traffic stop on Rainbow Street.

Kurtley Beale bio

Beale was raised in Western Sydney’s Mount Druitt after being born in Blacktown, New South Wales.

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He went to St. Joseph’s College in Hunters Hill (often known as “Joeys”) and spent all three of his senior years playing for the first XV there.

Who are Kurtley Beale parents?

Beale was born to Kathy Beale, his mother. He has an older brother named Willie Beale and a younger sister named Ashlee. Beale was raised in Western Sydney’s Mount Druitt.

Regarding his parents’ personal lives and occupations, not many specifics are available.

Kurtley Beale career

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Between 2004 and 2006, Beale was chosen for the NSW and Australian Schoolboys representative rugby teams.

Beale routinely participated in training sessions with the NSW Waratahs beginning at the age of 15, and in 2006 he served as captain of both the Joey’s first XV and the Australian Schoolboys team. He joined the Waratahs when he was just 16 years old.

He went to his first Wallabies training camp when he was 17 thanks to coach John Connolly’s offer.

Al Baxter and Sam Norton-Knight, then Waratahs colleagues, and Beale played senior rugby together for the first time at the Northern Suburbs club. Beale started as flyhalf for the Rams after the Australian Rugby Championship began play in 2007.

He participated in every game of the Rams’ subsequent minor championship campaign. He was given the 2007 Player of the Tournament award for the ARC despite being one of the leading try scorers and try-assist leaders.

Beale was selected to play for Randwick in June 2013 while on leave from the Melbourne Rebels after undergoing treatment for alcohol-related concerns. In 2010, he had previously competed for Randwick versus Gordon.


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