The NSW Waratahs have additional bolstered their taking part in roster with the re-signing of Wallabies unfastened ahead Ned Hanigan for the 2022 Tremendous Rugby season.
Presently contracted to Kurita Water Gush within the Japanese Prime League, Hanigan will return to Sydney after he completes his commitments in Japan, almost definitely in April.
The 26-year-old back-rower is a product of the NSW pathways, progressing from membership rugby in Randwick and NSW Nation within the NRC to creating his debut for the Waratahs in 2016 and representing the facet on 43 events.
Hanigan went on to make his Check debut in 2017 in opposition to Fiji underneath Michael Cheika and was a key a part of Dave Rennie’s squad final season, taking part in in 5 of the Wallabies’ six Checks.
His Check expertise and talent to additionally play within the second row ensures he shall be a key a part of the Waratahs’ ahead pack in 2022.
Hanigan was excited to return to his dwelling state and thrilled to have the prospect to return to the NSW Waratahs.
“I am very grateful that the Waratahs have welcomed me again,” Hanigan mentioned.
Hanigan’s return continues a busy week for recruitment for the Waratahs, who may even welcome again versatile ahead Jed Holloway subsequent 12 months.
The Tahs additionally introduced the retention of thrilling backs Alex Newsome, Mark Nawaqanitawase and Lalakai Foketi.