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Bonding with the Bull Sharks: Harrison Usher

NAME: Harrison Usher

SPORT/CLUB: Rugby Union Bond University

STUDY/WORK: Double Degree Commerce and Business. Working in logistics with the handling of cargo and freight for Menzies Aviation at Coolangatta Airport.

What’s your nickname and how did you get it? Usher/Ush (last name)

What are you currently streaming? Brooklyn nine-nine.

You've got the day off, the weather is perfect and you’ve got money in your pocket. Where would we find you? At the beach then the surf club for a nice lunch and a few schooeys.

Who inspires you the most? My family, through constant support and motivation.

Who is your nemesis? Injuries.

What’s your superstition? Pasta the night before a game.

If you could invite 3 people to a dinner party, who would they be? Richie McCaw, Kevin Hart and Stevewilldoit.

And if you’re the chef, what’s on the menu? Smokey BBQ ribs.

What is your greatest sporting memory? Either winning the Sydney GPS Premiership in 2020 or debuting for Premier first grade off the bench.

Who is your most annoying teammate and why? Zane Misios - the bloke won’t ever shut-up.

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