Beale was at Ballymore on Wednesday for the Brisbane Global Rugby Tens draw yet it was inevitable he fielded questions on his close friend and former Wallabies teammate. Cooper’s career is in limbo after 117 games for the Queensland Reds because new coach Brad Thorn has politely informed him he’s not in the picture to play fly half next season. “As a mate, I’d like him to stay in Australian rugby,” Beale said.
Reardon was just a mate carrying clubs for free in two September tournaments when Day surprised with his on-course split from long-time caddie Col Swatton. The Day-Reardon partnership has firmed up and their next stop will be Torrey Pines in late January to spar with Tiger Woods at the San Diego tournament he’s won seven times. It all depends on a visa for Reardon, the Stanthorpe product who was roommate and practice partner for Day at the Hills International School in their teens.
The nerveless knockabout happily embraced the “Cam Slam” after watching every tense TV moment of his namesake leading the Kangaroos to Rugby League World Cup glory the night before his early rise for a Sunday 68. This was a coronation for Queenslander Smith (69-71-70-67) at Royal Pines for his first pro title of any kind on home fairways and in his home state with the peerless wedge play which has earned him renown on the elite PGA Tour where he won in May.
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