You are a footy wizard Harry! Spellbinding rugby player named Harry Potter signs his first professional contract after magical performances
- Harry Potter has signed with the Super Rugby club Melbourne Rebels
- He played and most recently played well for the Sydney University club
- Potter said he was not signed by his namesake – the J.K Rowling phenomenon
A Super Rugby club has just become slightly more magical with the signing of a new recruit named Harry Potter.
The fast winger was impressed by his performance for his club side Sydney University in the Shute Shield competition and was signed by the Melbourne Rebels for the 2020 season.
Potter, originally from England, moved to Australia when he was 10 and went to Victoria & # 39; s Brighton Grammar School before playing for Sydney University.
Harry Potter, originally from England, before moving to Australia at ten o'clock and attending the Victoria Grammar School of Victoria and playing for the University of Sydney, signed with the Melbourne Rebels
The club announced their new chosen one on Instagram and would be part of their 2020 team
& # 39; You are a rebel, Harry! Harry Potter is coming to Melbourne for 2020, & the club wrote the Instagram snap.
The announcement came after a series of enchanting appearances by Potter, including helping the University of Sydney to win their second consecutive Shute Shield campaign.
During the 2019 season, Potter showed his lightning speed after leading the competition for total beaten defenders, as well as the most total meters and tight line breaks.
Potter moved to Sydney to study a Bachelor of Science with a major in environmental studies.
His old Sydney University coach Robert Taylor said that his strong performance in the past year contributed to his rapid rise.
& # 39; Harry is definitely a man who has blossomed in the last 12 months & # 39 ;, Taylor said The Daily Telegraph.
& # 39; He was in and out of first class last season and had a very good big final performance. & # 39;
Potter told the Daily Telegraph that was not signed by his namesake – the J.K Rowling phenomenon Harry Potter
& # 39; My time in Sydney was great for my rugby development, but Melbourne is at home. The rebels have always been my team growing up, and now I want to contribute to the future of the club and take my rugby to another level, & Potter told the rebels.
Potter told Daily Telegraph that it was not signed by his famous namesake.
& # 39; I have seen all the movies but have not read any of the books, which is quite disappointing for many people because they make jokes that I do not understand, & # 39; he said.
& # 39; But it's nothing I've heard before, so it's easy to laugh, & # 39; he said.
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