Robert Harley

Robert Harley became Glasgow's most-capped player in February 2018, making his 178th appearance for the club against Munster to surpass Graeme Morrison at the top of the all-time charts.

He signed for Warriors in summer 2010, having made his debut for West of Scotland in season 2006/07 while he was still a pupil at Douglas Academy.

Renowned for his hard tackling, Harley has become a key figure in the Warriors leadership group throughout his career. Voted McCrea Financial Services Player of the Season for 2010/11, the flanker was recognised with a long-term contract extension by the Warriors.

He won his first cap for Scotland on the 2012 summer tour to the South Seas, scoring a try on his debut against Samoa, before going on to make his first Scotland start in the 2013 RBS 6 Nations.

With regular captain Al Kellock away at the Rugby World Cup, Harley was named as Warriors skipper for the opening 2011/12 Guinness Pro12 game against Ulster at Ravenhill, a role he has gone on to reprise on a number of occasions in the following seasons.

Stats

Caps
195
Tries
10
Starts
168
Conversions
0
Replacements
27
Penalty goals
0
Points
50
Drop goals
0
Position: 
Back Row
D.O.B.: 26/05/90
Height: 6ft 6in
Weight: 110kg