The year-old has gained experience with Dragons 18s, Cross Keys, and in the Indigo Group Premiership with Bridgend Ravens last season. He has also played for Wales Rugby League Age Grade and Salford Red Devils Academy in the past couple of years.
With Dion Jones out injured, it is a chance for Ford to come in and stake a claim for a starting spot in the team as they prepare for the start of the season in September.
Head Coach Ceri Jones -
“We are delighted to welcome Harri to RGC, and is someone I have watched closely coming through the age grades. He is a player with significant talent that can play close to the line and a really exciting kicking game. He will be a real addition to the team, and an attacking force and shows great maturity for a young player with that experience coming through the Dragons as well as Cross Keys and Bridgend Ravens at the back end of last season.
Given the fact he has 2 years at Wales 20s, it’s a great chance for him to develop himself both physically plus in a rugby sense and give himself the best opportunity to kick on. I am sure the supporters will enjoy watching him in an RGC shirt, as his style fits in with that exciting brand of rugby we want to play”.
The 18-year-old is looking forward to getting started in North Wales “It’s an exciting opportunity for me, and when it was offered it’s one I just couldn’t turn down. I am happy to sign for a team like RGC and can’t wait to get started in training and get out on the pitch to play.”