Western Force sign world class scrumhalf Nic White

Western Force sign world class scrumhalf Nic White

The Western Force has announced the signing of Wallaby Nic White on a two-year-deal.

White made his debut for Australia in 2013 after just one season of Super Rugby competition.

Since then, he has gone on to become a leader and regular starter for the Wallabies, playing in the 2019 Rugby World Cup and notching up his 50th appearance for his country against England in Sydney last year.

The 32 year-old has 270 first class caps, representing Montpellier and Exeter before helping guide the Brumbies to a Super Rugby AU title in 2020.

Passionate about his move to the West and enlisting his knowledge to the Force’s 2024 cohort, White aims to guide the emerging leaders in the group.

"This is an awesome opportunity for myself and my family. I am thrilled to stay in Australian Rugby and play for the Force next season," White mentioned.

"I am really looking forward to coming over and being a part of the hard working environment Simon [Cron] has created. The club is moving in the right direction, and I can't wait to be a part of it."

"What I feel like I can bring to the Force is my experience. I've been to three clubs now, Montpellier, Exeter and Brumbies and have tasted success at all three, so I feel like I have a fairly good understanding of what success looks like and how much hard work goes into building a successful club and culture."

“I have had conversations with Simon about building a winning environment. As a team, you show what you can do on match day, but it all comes down to the process. It's all about how hard you work in pre-season and Monday to Friday. This is an area I have a lot of knowledge to pass on and its importance.”

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