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Harlequins centre retires from Rugby




Harlequins centre Jordan Turner-Hall has retired from rugby as a result of a recurring hip injury.

The 27 year old, who made his debut for the Premiership side at 17 years old, has gone on to make 181 appearances for the club, as well as featuring for England on two occasions.

The centre, who has also represented England at every level from the Under 16’s to the Under 20’s before making his senior debut in 2012, only made 11 appearances last season as a result of injuries.

“I’ve had so many great memories playing at Harlequins and they will live with me forever,” he told the club’s official website.

Quins director of rugby Conor O’Shea said; “Jordan has been a very special person and will be missed by us all.

“He has played at times with no regard for himself, but always for the team.”

Turner-Hall was part of the Harlequins side that won the Amlin Challenge Cup in 2011 and the Premiership title the following year.

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About Dale Ventham

Dale Ventham is an editor at The Sports Lowdown. He writes on the lower leagues of English football and Speedway in particular.

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