Ashley Harrison was identified as a genuine NRL talent from a very young age, plucked from the Wavell State High School team in Brisbane to play in the Australian Schoolboys before joining the Brisbane Broncos and making his NRL debut as a nineteen in the clubs round three encounter against the Warriors.

Playing off the bench, Harrison tasted Premiership success in his debut season with the Broncos winning a thrilling grand final encounter against the Sydney Roosters 14 points to 6.

Remarkably after just two seasons and 56 first grade games, Harrison left Brisbane to join the South Sydney Rabbitoh's ahead of the 2003 Premiership season, named players player and for a time acting as club captain, the proud Queenslander also making his State of Origin debut whilst at the bunnies. In 2006 Ash joined the Sydney Roosters, where he chalked up another 41 first grade games before striking a deal to return to Queensland and the Gold Coast Titans in 2008.

For 6 seasons, Harrison played a crucial role with the Gold Coast Titans, playing at lock and filling in at five eighth. Harrison also represented Queensland during the 2008 – 09 SOO series as Queensland extended their record for consecutive series wins to eight. Disappointingly, after 117 games for the Titans and 275 career games, Ashley was forced to retire due to a chronic neck injury on the 27th June 2014.

Ashley Harrison will represent the Gold Coast Titans in the Deadly Choices Old Boys Invitational at CBUS Super stadium on Sunday July 8th.

Ashley Harrison Represented:

  • Australian Schoolboys
  • Brisbane Broncos
  • South Sydney Rabbitoh's
  • Sydney Roosters
  • Gold Coast Titans
  • Queensland SOO
  • Prime Ministers XIII
  • NRL All Stars