The ‘honeybadger’ could return home to Australia in a bid to play in the 2015 World Cup.
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Former Wallabies winger Nick Cummins is set to return to Australian rugby and play for the Western Force.
News Corp reports the 27-year-old is finalising a move away from Japan so he can play Super Rugby in 2015 and fight for a spot in the Wallabies’ 2015 World Cup squad.
Cummins has played in Japan with the Coca-Cola West Red Sparks for the past five months after being granted an early release from his Force contract on compassionate grounds.
He signed a lucrative deal with the Sparks so he could supports sick family members.
Cummins has played 15 Tests for Australia, scoring a total of 30 points.