|Weight||113kg (17st 11lb)|
After playing for Chipstead and Rosslyn Park, Kieran Treadwell is joining the Harlequins Academy full-time on July 1 this year. He has already made his first team debut for the club – his most memorable game – in the 35-5 away defeat by Cardiff Blues in the LV=Cup last January.
Carshalton-born Kieran attended St Anne’s Primary in Banstead, the John Fisher School in Purley and is studying for a double BTEC in Business and Economics.
He took up the game when 11 at Chipstead where Pete Barber was his mentor and Martin Wallace helped his development at Rosslyn Park. Matt Gold and Martin Wallace guided him at John Fisher and now Howard Graham, Jim Evans and Tony Diprose are his influential figures.
Kieran has represented London & SE U16, Ireland U18 and made his England U18 debut in the 23-3 12 win over Australia Schools at Harrow School last December. He has also played for England U19 and has set himself high targets – to represent the British & Irish Lions as well as England and to become a stockbroker.
He captained John Fisher in the U14-U16 age groups and has been Rosslyn Park’s player of the season in his age group.
His tour experience features a trip to New Zealand with John Fisher and he represented Sutton Borough in the hurdles at U15 level. His uncle Michael Corcoran played for England U18, London Irish and Harlequins.
Kieran began playing as wing before moving to the back row and lock, so it’s appropriate that the player he most admires is Courtney Lawes of Northampton Saints and England. Twickenham Stoop is his favourite ground and he relishes good food – especially Italian.
U18 International Record
2013 Aus Schools 2014 W, F(R)
Last updated: April 04, 2014