- 97kg Weight
- 186cm Height
Henry Speight will call Ballymore home for the next two years after deciding to remain in Australian Rugby.
The Fijian flyer joins the Reds in 2020 and will be Queensland’s most experienced player with 119 Super Rugby matches to his name.
After playing four seasons with Waikato in New Zealand’s ITM Cup, Speight made his Super Rugby debut in 2011 with the Brumbies and went on to become the first Fijian-born player to reach 100 Super Rugby caps.
He was the Australian Conference’s leading try-scorer in 2012 and 2013 and comes to Queensland boasting 225 Super Rugby points (45 tries).
The 31-year-old has 19 Wallabies caps after making his Australian debut against Ireland during the 2014 Spring Tour and played in the Rugby World Cup the following year.