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Name  Graeme Horne
Height  1.82 m
Weight  104 kg

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Graeme Horne (born 22 March 1985 in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire) is a professional rugby league footballer for the Hull Kingston Rovers. He previously played for Hull F.C. and Huddersfield. His preferred position is loose forward although he has been considered a utility player. He is the younger brother of former Great Britain international Richard Horne.

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Hull FC

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Horne signed for Hull F.C. when he was 17 years old, making his Super League d├ębut in 2003. He missed out on the matchday squad for their 2005 Challenge Cup Final victory, but did play at Wembley Stadium in the Challenge Cup Final against St. Helens in 2008.

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Hull reached the 2006 Super League Grand final to be contested against St. Helens and Horne played from the interchange bench in his side's 4-26 loss.

Huddersfield Giants

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He left Hull in 2010 to join Huddersfield, playing for two seasons before returning to the city of Hull to join Hull Kingston Rovers.

Hull KR

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Horne joined Hull KR from the 2012 season.


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References

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