Hamish Stewart

  • 22 Age
  • 90kg Weight
  • 183cm Height
Hamish Stewart

Biography

Hamish Stewart will begin his fourth season with the St.George Queensland Reds Squad after making his Queensland debut in 2017.

Stewart proved his versatility in the backline last year playing at flyhalf in Queensland’s opening two matches, before switching to fullback for the remaining eight matches he played. His season was cut short in Round 13 against the Rebels in Melbourne when he suffered a shoulder injury making a tackle.
 
2017 proved a breakout year for Stewart. He helped the Queensland U20s to an undefeated national title, represented the Junior Wallabies at the World Rugby U20 Championships, before making his Reds debut and finally helping Queensland Country claim its maiden National Rugby Championship (NRC) title.

A country boy at heart, Stewart honed his craft at Toowoomba Grammar School and has shown promise at both flyhalf and fullback with good game sense, management and a sound boot.

Highlights

2019

Played 10 matches for the Reds, before suffering a shoulder injury in Round 13 against the Rebels in Melbourne and didn’t play another match for the remainder of the season. Most notably, Stewart proved cool and calm under pressure to slot a penalty goal on the stroke of fulltime in Tokyo to secure the Reds first victory of 2019 with a spirited come-from-behind 34-31 win over the Sunwolves.

2018

Earned his run-on debut in a 27-22 win over the Lions at Suncorp Stadium in Round 11. Represented the Junior Wallabies at the World Rugby U20s Championships, scoring tries against Italy and Wales. Scored 71 points for Queensland Country during 2018 NRC season.

2017

A standout player for Queensland U20s in their undefeated run to a second-straight national title. Earned his Super Rugby debut in Round 7 against the Brumbies in Canberra. Scored his first Super Rugby try in the Reds’ last home game of the season. Starred for the Australian U20s at the World Rugby U20s Championship in Georgia. Steered Queensland Country to its first NRC title. Named the Queensland U19 player of the year.

Representative Honours

Australian Schoolboys Barbarians (2015)

Queensland Schoolboys (2015)

Queensland U20s (2017)

Australian Under 20s (2017-2018)

Queensland (2017-)

Queensland Country NRC (2017-)