Harlequins can today announce that scrum-half Dave Lewis will retire from professional rugby.
Lewis joined Harlequins ahead of the 2017/18 season from Exeter Chiefs, after helping them secure both Premiership and Anglo-Welsh titles the previous season.
He went on to make his debut in the quartered shirt against Northampton Saints in September 2017 and made 28 appearances in total for the Club. He scored his first try for Quins in the win against Scarlets at The Stoop the following January in the Anglo-Welsh Cup.
After leaving Harlequins, Lewis will begin his new career as a Financial Advisor with London-based firm Castell Wealth Management.
Speaking on his retirement, Lewis said: “I am grateful to all the coaches, conditioners, physios and Club staff who have helped me play the sport I love for so long. I would also like to thank my family, especially my partner Rach and daughter Olivia and my parents for their continued and unwavering support in helping me live my dream of being a professional rugby player.
“Though ultimately I’m sad to leave the game, I’m really looking forward to starting my new role. It’s something I’ve been working towards for a while and I’m excited for what the future holds.”