Welsh International Forced Into Retirement At 23
Welsh international Harry Robinson is to retire from rugby due to injury – at the age of 23.
The three-times capped Scarlets winger has decided to call it a day after a lengthy battle to recover full fitness following major neck surgery.
Scarlets General Manager of Rugby Jon Daniels, said; “It is with great sadness that we as a region have to confirm Harry’s retirement from rugby. He’s a talented young player who had a bright rugby future ahead of him.
“It has been a difficult time for Harry as he has worked exceptionally hard to make a full recovery. I am sure the qualities that got him to the top of the rugby tree in Wales will stand him in good stead in his future career. On behalf of the Board and everyone here at the Scarlets I would like to wish him the very best in the future.” [Wales Online]
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