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Prop

Owen Hills

Player Stats

  • Date of Birth13 Jul 1996
  • BirthplaceRedditch, England
  • Height1.81m (5' 11)
  • Weight116kg (18st 4lbs)

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A Leicester Tigers season ticket holder as a youngster, Owen Hills graduated from the club’s academy to join the development squad in 2016/17.

As a loosehead prop with a strong tryscoring record in junior rugby, Hills made his first senior appearance in the Marcos Ayerza testimonial fixture against Argentina in 2015 and added senior experience with Moseley, Nottingham and Loughborough Students.

He played junior rugby at Market Bosworth before joining the Tigers academy and

represented England Under-18s and then Under-20s, reaching the Junior World Cup Final in 2015.

Follow Owen Hills on social media

Twitter: @Owenhills96 | Instagram: @owenhills