A member of the championship winning Queensland U20s squad this year, Stewart who began his Rugby at Toowoomba Grammar School has since made his Super Rugby debut for the Queensland Reds against the ACT Brumbies this year. He plays his club rugby for Bond University on the Gold Coast.
Hamish Stewart was selected to represent Australia in the World Rugby U20s Championships, following his Super Rugby debut for the Queensland Reds.
At just the age of 19, Hamish Stewart Stewart will make his NRC debut with Queensland Country. Starting to build a name for himself, the young flyhalf from Toowoomba has represented Queensland Schoolboys (2015) as well as the Queensland and Australian under 20s sides (2017). Having recently signed with the St George Queensland Reds through to 2019, Stewart made his debut against the Brumbies in Round 7 and scored his first Super Rugby try in the Red’s last home game of the season.