Curtis Rona made his name with NRL clubs North Queensland Cowboys and Canterbury Bulldogs before switching codes to join Western Force in 2016, where his performances were rewarded with a call-up into the 2017 Australian national squad.

A debut came against New Zealand and included a try, and in 2018 he crossed the country to sign for New South Wales Waratahs, spurning a number of offers from the NRL and overseas to do so.

Rona linked up with Declan Kidney's side for the 2019/20 season and has become a regular in the starting XV.

The centre became the first ever try-scorer at the Brentford Community Stadium at the start of the 2020/21 season and went on to score eight more times in 20 appearances for the Exiles.


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