Former West Harbour forwards Cameron & Harrison Orr set to return to Australian rugby

Former West Harbour forwards Cameron and Harrison Orr are reportedly returning to Australian rugby to play for the Western Force in this year's National Rugby Championship and the proposed Indo Pacific Rugby Championship. Cameron, 22, represented Australian Schoolboys in 2012  as a prop and Australian U20s in 2014 and 2015 before signing with English Premiership side Gloucester. Harrison, 24, also played Australian U20s in 2013 and was the runner up for the Shute Shield rookie of the year award in 2014. The lock signed with Championship side Earling but was quickly picked by be Premiership side Newcastle. The powerful pair were thought to be lost to Australian rugby when they headed to the UK and were eligible to play for England through their father, however the offer to play in Andrew Forrest's new competition appeared to be too good to say no to. The brothers will join former Springbok fly-half Peter Grant, USA centre Marcel Brache, WA-born and bred prop Kieran Longbotto
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