19 Jun 13
Join Harlequins for their second home friendly against Glasgow Warriors on Saturday 24th August (Kick-off 2.30pm) and experience the newly launched President's Lounge.
He made his Harlequins debut in the Premiership against Bristol at the age of 18 in October 2006 and has continued to impress, making 118 appearances for the London Club to date.
The 2008/09 season saw him voted Discovery of the Season at the Guinness Premiership end of season awards, along with receiving his first call-up to the full England squad, starting in the uncapped test match against the Barbarians.
An impressive 2010/11 season saw Turner-Hall named on the bench to play the Barbarians at Twickenham. He went on to come off the bench in England Saxons' 41-14 win over Tonga at Gloucester in June.
A powerful ball carrier, with an offload which has set up many tries, Jordan has created a young and formidable partnership with George Lowe in the centre. A partnership that thrived during Harlequins' Amlin Challenge Cup victory over Stade Francais last season.
Jordan Turner-Hall, says:
"I am delighted to have signed a 2 year deal with an exciting team who are going in the right direction.
"I have worked very hard over the last two years and feel I have grown as a player. I have really started to see the rewards and, hopefully, this has not only benefited me, but also the team.
"There is a great culture at Quins, where every player works hard not only to be the best that they can be but also for each other.
"I would love to push for representative honours in the near future and to play, once again, at the next level, but this comes with playing well for Harlequins and, hopefully, winning more silverware with the club.
"There are exciting times ahead, and I am looking forward to being a part of it."
Director of Rugby, Conor O'Shea, says:
"We are delighted Jordan has committed to Harlequins. It is hard to believe that Jordan is still only 23. His game has gone from strength to strength and he is now a more complete player than he was when he was involved in the senior England set up a few seasons ago. Jordan is a warrior, with massive ambitions for himself and his team mates at Harlequins, and we are looking forward to him pushing on in the coming years and fulfilling his huge potential as a player."