- 21 Age
- 118kg Weight
- 206cm Height
At 206cm tall, Harry Hockings is the tallest member of the Reds squad and appears destined for lofty heights in the game.
After playing 11 matches during his maiden Super Rugby season in 2018, Harry Hockings added another 12 to his name last year as he continues to develop as one of Australia’s most promising locks.
Youngest of six siblings and originally from Bowen in North Queensland, Hocking’s first developed a love for Rugby at his junior club – the Bowen Mudcrabs.
He impressed as a member of the Queensland and Australian U20 programs, followed by a season as a regular starter for Bond University Queensland Country in their run to the National Rugby Championship title in 2017, before backing that up in 2018 and playing a vital role in Country’s 2018 campaign.
Hockings started at lock in six of his 11 matches during the 2019 Super Rugby season to finish the year with 23 Queensland caps. Following a solid Super Rugby season, was invited as a training squad member throughout the year at various Wallabies camps.
Made his Queensland and Super Rugby debut in a Round 2 win over the Brumbies at Suncorp Stadium. Represented Australia at the Oceania and World Rugby U20s Championships (his third time at the international showpiece), scoring a try against Italy and another in Australia’s fifth-place playoff win over Argentina. Started regularly for Queensland Country and played in NRC Grand Final against Fijian Drua.
Claimed an undefeated national title with Queensland U20s, represented Australian U20s at the World Rugby U20 Championships and started regularly for Queensland Country in their NRC-winning campaign.
Australian Schoolboys (2015)
Australian U20s (2016-2018)
Queensland U20s (2016-2017)
Queensland Country NRC (2017-2018)