Harrison Goss-Pastor is a one of the first Western juniors to come through in over 15 years. Being the youngest brother of two, Harrison is quite clearly the sibling with the most sporting talent and sharpest tongue (although by his own admission, his brother is vastly better at physics than he is). Originally a tennis player, Harrison left the dark side at the age of 13 and hasn’t looked back since.
Harrison likes to use his height to his advantage, and looks to dominate the mid-court with his volleying ability. He has a penchant for using his wrist, which leads to him often being able to deceive his opponents. His favourite shot is the forehand crosscourt volley nick, which Murdo Mackenzie can verify.