Harry Hockings has long been touted as one of the rising stars of Queensland Rugby and has turned many ahead for his performances for both the Queensland and Australian U20 sides over the past two seasons. At 206cm tall, Hockings is a brilliant line-out prospect and his tutelage under Brad Thorn has seen him sign with the St.George Queensland Reds ahead of the 2018 Super Rugby season. Originally from Bowen in North Queensland, Hockings first developed a love for Rugby at the Bowen Mudcrabs Rugby Club. 2017 will be Hockings’ first season in the NRC.
Hockings returns to the squad in 2017 after representing Australia in last years Junior World Cup. The towering second rower who plays for University of Queensland in Brisbane Premier Rugby will be eager to stake his claim on the world stage. Hockings was an integral member of the championship winning Queensland U20s side earlier in the year.
Harry Hockings was selected for the Australian team in the Oceania U20s Championship. He played in the starting team for game 1 against Samoa, seeing Australia win 43-20.
2017 Australian Oceania U20s Team, Australian World Rugby U20s Team