Byline: David BURKE
HENRY PAUL last night told of his delight to be back in Super League after joining Harlequins and ending a disappointing five-year exile in union.
The New Zealander makes his debut tomorrow against Huddersfield Giants - and younger brother Robbie.
"It's a big opportunity for me and I can't wait to get out there and play," said Paul after signing a two-and-a-half year deal.
"Quins have shown they are a really professional outfit and I think the club has a very bright future.
"Super League continues to break new ground as a sport and to be back involved is brilliant.
"To line up against Robbie is just how the cards have fallen but what a way for me to start at Quins."
Paul quit Bradford Bulls in 2001 for a pounds 200,000-a-year contract at Gloucester, with England expecting him to be a key weapon.
But the 32-year-old, who qualified for England through his grandparents, drew a blank most of the time in Union and made only six international appearances.
Capped 23 times by the Kiwis, Paul fell out with Gloucester, had …