Super Rugby: James Horwill Announces Post World Cup Switch To UK

Queensland Reds Media Release - Queensland Rugby Union today announced James Horwill has signed a three-year contract with English Premiership giant Harlequins. Horwill, a 107-cap St.George Queensland Red who has 58 Wallabies caps and has led the national team on 16 occasions, will make the move to the famous London club following the 2015 Rugby World Cup, which concludes in October next year. He is currently the most-capped Queensland captain, having led the Reds on 69 occasions. A modern-day champion of the Reds who led Queensland to the 2011 Super Rugby title, Horwill will make the 2015 Super Rugby season his 10th and his last and is determined to achieve success when he pulls on the Reds jersey for the final time next year. “The Reds have been my life for many years. I grew
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