Lowe signs with Harlequins until 2014

A day after Harlequins announced the signing of Mike Brown they have now announced that 21 year old George Lowe has also put pen to paper and has re-signed for Quins until the end of the 2013/14 season.


A centre with winger’s pace, the former England U20 and Quins academy graduate, George Lowe, has made the number 13 shirt his own since making his Premiership debut against Wasps two seasons ago, and he continues to impress both fans and critics with the maturity with which he plays.


His centre partnership with Jordan-Turner-Hall is one of the best in the Aviva Premiership. George is a threat to any defence and many believe it is only a matter of time before he is called into the senior England squad.


An impressive 2010/2011 season saw Lowe shortlisted for the Land Rover Discovery of the Season at the Aviva Premiership Awards, after putting in a number of strong performances. His huge contribution in Europe saw him a key member of the team which beat Stade Francais to claim the Amlin Challenge Cup.


Director of Rugby, Conor O’Shea, said, “We have said we want to keep our squad together and let it mature and George’s signing is a further statement of that intent. It is hard to believe George is just 21, as it already feels like he is a fixture. We are looking forward to watching George develop further over the coming years and watching him push on to achieve his goals and realize his talent “


George Lowe added, “Harlequins is a young and ambitious squad who are determined to win more silverware and I want to continue to be a part of it. We play a quick tempo game and an exciting brand of rugby, which is how I love to play.


“We are lucky to have a great set of fans, a great bunch of players who enjoy playing for each other, some fantastic coaches and some top class facilities “.

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