Harlequins have announced the news recently that loosehead prop Yorkshire Carnegie Lewis Boyce has signed the agreement for the Club for the 2017 and 2018 season.
The news has been confirmed by the Director of Rugby of Harlequins, John Kingston. Confirming the news he said, “Boyce is an extremely stimulating prospect. He has all the potential to reach the top of the game.
“Securing his services after playing against a number of interested parties, I am hoping to see the development which Boyce will make under the expert guidance undoubtedly. Boyce is getting trained by both Graham Rowntree and Adam Jones.”
Boyce is presently 22 years old and with the short span of his rugby career, he has made 22 appearances for the Greene King IPA Championship side.
On the other hand, Boyce is also excited about joining the team, after getting confirmed, he commented, “I am really delighted and excited about joining the team Harlequins in the next season; they are one of the excellent club and have all quality players in the club.
“To be part of the young English front row, which is so exciting and work with Graham Rowntree is an opportunity for me and also a big pull for me. I wish I bring something to the team. At the same time I want to improve my game as well.”
He said, “I am really grateful to everyone at Yorkshire Carnegie, have helped me playing this way. I am especially thankful to those who have helped me to develop through the Academy.”
He further added that “I can give that guarantee that I will be working very hard for the remaining part of the season. And push myself to the level of the game and get noticed because of my game.”