Harrison keen to use Randwick No.10 jersey to fight for Waratahs & Wallabies spot

Luckless Randwick and Waratahs flyhalf Will Harrison said he watched last year’s Shute Shield grand final from the sideline with mixed emotions.

Harrison, one of the youngest players ever to sign a professional contract with the Waratahs, suffered two season ending knee injuries in 2022 and 2023 and was forced to watch on as his childhood friends claimed a drought breaking premiership for the Galloping Greens.

“I would have loved to have been out there. It was such a tight game and tense atmosphere and that’s exactly where you want to be as a footballer,” Harrison told Rugby News.

“It hurt not to be actively involved, but more than anything I was just so happy for everyone that was.

“My dad is the general manager at Randwick and seeing him in tears at full time, I was stoked for him because I know how hard he’s worked over the last few years to get the club going in the right direction.

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