Full name Jordan Turner-Hall
Born January 5, 1988, Camden, London
Current age 28 years 339 days
Major teams England Saxons, Harlequins, England
Height 6 ft 0 in
Weight 235 lb
|Test debut||Scotland v England at Murrayfield, Feb 4, 2012 match details|
|Last Test||Italy v England at Rome, Feb 11, 2012 match details|
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Jordan Turner-Hall is an explosive centre who currently plays for Harlequins.
Turner-Hall joined the Harlequins academy after school and made rapid progress at both club and international level. He played twice for England under 18 in 2005 and retained his place for the 2005/06 season. In the same year he made his senior debut for Quins and a season later had his first start in the Premiership.
Turner-Hall was a regular member of the Quins first team during the 2007/08 season and he earned a call up to the England under 20 team for the Junior World Championships.
The following season he continued to impress at inside centre for Quins and won the Premierships' Discovery of the Season award.
An impressive 2010-11 season saw Turner-Hall named on the bench to play the Barbarians at Twickenham. And after starting the 2011-12 Premiership season in a rich vein of form, Turner-Hall was included in the 32-man squad for the 2012 Six Nations. And Turner-Hall earned his first cap for England after he came off the bench in the second-half in their Calcutta Cup win over Scotland at Murrayfield. Turner-Hall once again took to the field for England in their second match of the campaign against Italy and kept his place in the squad for the summer tour to South Africa.
He failed to play in any of England's three Tests but shone in the midweek matches which was enough to keep him in the EPS for the 2012-13 season.