TIM HO­RAN

Rugby World - - News -

AGE 46 PO­SI­TION Cen­tre NA­TION­AL­ITy

I went back to Bris­bane af­ter re­tir­ing.

I worked for a prop­erty com­pany for six years but couldn’t stay away, so kept my hand in do­ing commentary for Chan­nel 7.

I now work for West­pac, a pri­vate bank.

At week­ends I do the anal­y­sis for Fox Aus­trAliAn WAL­LAby CAPS

To keep fit, I do a lot of ocean kayak­ing.

80 sports. I spend a lot of time trav­el­ling to games.

I’ll go out three or four days a week and do a bit of swim­ming. my knee and foot in­juries from rugby don’t al­low me to do too much run­ning.

I’m still in touch with old Wal­laby team-mates.

matt burke, John eales, Ge­orge Gre­gan and my­self play an an­nual char­ity game of golf, and I see Ja­son Lit­tle a bit.

I keep my eye on the tal­ent com­ing through.

there are a few good Queens­lan­ders in the U20 Wal­laby squad, such as Liam Wright at seven, James tuttle, a nine, and Jack mad­docks at full-back.

Prized pair Ho­ran with cen­tre part­ner dan Her­bert

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