Foley backs good mate Beale

Date published: October 24 2014

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Bernard Foley hopes Waratahs teammate Kurtley Beale gets a ‘just outcome’ at his disciplinary hearing on Friday.

Bernard Foley hopes Waratahs teammate Kurtley Beale gets a ‘just outcome’ at his disciplinary hearing on Friday.

Beale is under investigation for some lewd text messages sent to former Australia team business manager Di Patston.

The Wallabies will already have set off for their November tour of Europe by then, but Foley is hoping there will be some good news for Beale by the time they land.

“Kurtley is a good mate of mine, I loved playing with him this year so fingers crossed it all goes well with him, and it is a just outcome,” Foley told the Daily Telegraph.

“Whatever happens, happens.

“As a team it is great to get away from it and we can internalise it a bit more now.

“We get away from all the stuff that’s happened in Australia over the last month or so. It’s exciting, because we’re stuck in hotels together and you’re in some big cities in the world and playing in front of some exciting and amazing atmospheres.

“That’s an experience you can’t get anywhere else. It’ll be a great five weeks. We can get away, get to know each other and become really tight.”

The Wallabies kick off their November tour with a game against Wales in Cardiff before taking on France, Ireland and England.

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