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“I’ve Loved My First Season” – Cameron Anderson signs contract extension with Harlequins
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“I’ve Loved My First Season” – Cameron Anderson signs contract extension with Harlequins

Harlequins have confirmed that returner Cameron Anderson has extended his contract following a successful first season at the Twickenham Stoop. The versatile back-three man is capable of playing at full-back or wing-back and joined Quins through their local championship club London Scottish.

Since joining from the Exiles in June 2023, Anderson has made three appearances for Harlequins in the Gallagher Premiership, including the 32-26 win over Gloucester Rugby in Big Game 15. The 24-year-old also played against Cardiff Rugby in the Investec Champions. Cup, starting on the left wing in the 15-54 win in the Welsh capital.

Harlequins’ Cameron Anderson is tackled by Gloucester’s Seb Atkinson during the Gallagher Premiership Rugby match between Harlequins and Gloucester in Twickenham, London on December 30, 2023. Photo: James Whitehead/PPAUK

Announcing his new contract, Anderson said: “I have enjoyed my first season at the Club. It was a rewarding experience and I enjoyed learning from some of the best in the business and developing my game alongside some world-class players. I’m looking forward to a new season at Quins. We have a great group of guys and I can’t wait to see what we can achieve.”

Director of Rugby Billy Millard commented: “Cam’s contribution this season has been outstanding. He has been called up at several times, has performed well and continues to grow. We are happy that he will remain at Quins and look forward to further improvement next season.”

Anderson started his senior career at Wasps Academy in 2018, before spending time at Loughborough Students. He has achieved international recognition, having represented Scotland U20 in 2019 and was selected for the U20 Six Nations and World Rugby U20 Championship. He was elevated to the Wasps senior team in 2021, before joining London Scottish in 2022.