Harry Randall rugby player
Harry Randall rugby player

Harry Randall

18th Dec 1997 1.69m/72kg Scrum Half

Harry Randall, born in Slough, is a talented rugby union player hailing from Wales. Although born in Slough, he represented Wales at the under-16 level and captained the team.

Randall started his rugby journey at the Tycroes club and later joined the Scarlets, where he played at the under-16 and under-18 levels. During his time at Hartpury, he was instrumental in their AASE final victory, earning the title of Man of the Match.

His performances caught the attention of Rugby World magazine, which included him in their British All Stars Team of the Term in January 2015.

Randall's skills as a scrum-half earned him a call-up to the England under-20s, where he made a significant impact, scoring two tries for his country.

He further showcased his talent during the 2017/18 season while representing Hartpury, earning a reputation as one of the standout half-backs in the Championship.

In April 2018, Randall signed a two-year deal with Bristol Rugby, embarking on a new phase of his career. He made an immediate impact in the Premiership, displaying his electrifying pace and scoring memorable solo tries against Newcastle Falcons and Leicester Tigers.

His performances did not go unnoticed, and in January 2021, he was named in England's 28-man squad for the prestigious Six Nations tournament.

Harry Randall's dynamic playing style, coupled with his impressive skills and quick decision-making, make him a valuable asset to Bristol Bears and a rising star in the English rugby scene. As he continues to develop and contribute to the national team, Randall's future in the sport looks promising.



image (13) Bristol Bears
Scrum Half
2018 - present
england England
Scrum Half
2021 - present
image (2) Gloucester Rugby
Scrum Half
2016 - 2016
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Scrum Half
2017 - 2017
england England U20's
Scrum Half
2016 - 2017