Tevita Kuridrani

What do you need to know about Seawolves player, TEVITA “K-Train” KURIDRANI? “Kuridrani is gifted with extra-long legs allowing him to glide past would-be defenders while a deadly fend and subtle left footstep are enough to keep the best of defenders second-guessing while also possessing an excellent ability to offload.” (

Kuridrani’s hails from Fiji and moved to Australia at age 11. He started his rugby career with Fiji’s Under 20’s team in 2010 and later switched to represent Australia, where he debuted for the Aussie 7’s in Dubai. His talent was recognized early during his time in the Reds Academy, leading to his tenure with the Brumbies in 2012, where he quickly secured his position as the starting center and earned a call-up to the Wallabies. With 61 test caps and 22 tries for the Wallabies, including participation in the 2015 and 2019 Rugby World Cups, Kuridrani’s experience is vast. After accumulating 135 caps and 28 tries with the Brumbies and playing for the Western Force, as well as a season with Biarritz Olympique in France, Kuridrani brings his exceptional skill set to the Seawolves, embodying the spirit and ambition of the MLR and enriching the league’s competitive landscape.

Position Center
Height 6'4
Weight 225
Hometown Suva, Fiji