Rosslyn Park has been the breeding ground of many rugby talent and Harry Glover is another name to add to that long list.
Starting rugby at six years old, Harry has taken his game all the way to the England Sevens side where he made his debut at the Las Vegas World Rugby Sevens Series in March 2016.
A week later Harry had his first try at the top level, dotting down against Portugal in Vancouver.
Harry, a Newcastle University student, bridged an 11-month gap between tournaments when providing injury cover as 13th man in April 2017 in Singapore – running in a try in England’s 14-12 win over Australia in the bronze medal final.
London-born and educated at Rokeby Prep School and Harrow, he’s a centre in the abbreviated game of sevens and represented Middlesex from U14 level through to the U18 side, having been swept along by his Dad’s love of the game.
Harry said: “My Dad took me training from a very young age. My favourite player is Sonny Bill Williams because he is so exciting to watch."
A golf enthusiast, Harry has also shared the highest stage of sevens rugby with his brother, Will, in 2016 and 2017.
In 2018, Harry played more than 30 matches for England in the HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series, helping the Red Rose pick up two bronzes and a silver medal.
Harry was also selected for the 2018 World Cup Sevens in San Francisco.
Last updated: 24 May 2017