Welsh international Jake Ball joins Japanese club after returning to Australia to be with family
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The times-capped Ball left the Scarlets at the end of last season after a nine-year stay in west Wales in order to return to Australia, where his family are based. The club say they have plans to further reinforce their squad with more signings over the coming months. Ball, who brought up his half century of caps as a replacement against Italy in March, is now ineligible for Wales under the WRU cap rule. He was free to leave Cardiff as the terms of his contract had changed amid the wage cut imposed on all senior regional players due to Covid.