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The initial 39 man Wallabies squad for the England series has been announced and there’s a few eye-brow raisers in it. Cheika has called on four internationally-based players for the initial camp, including former Qantas Wallabies skipper James Horwill (Harlequins, UK), Queensland Reds signee Leroy Houston (Bath, UK), France-based prop Sekope Kepu (Bordeaux) and newly re-signed NSW Waratahs flyer Taqele Naiyaravoro (Glasgow).
England coach Eddie Jones admitted that the decision to pick Harlequins wing Marland Yarde over Saracens’ Chris Ashton for the Australian tour was a straightforward one.
Eddie Jones believes that he has made the right decision to include Harlequins winger Marland Yarde at the expense of Chris Ashton. The post Jones backing Yarde to deliver appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Eddie Jones has named four uncapped players in his England squad ahead of their three-Test series against Australia next month. Worcester Warriors’ new centre Ben Te’o and Northampton Saints’ back-row forward Teimana Harrison are included in the 32-man squad as well as 21-year-old Leicester Tigers loosehead Ellis Genge and Harlequins tighthead Kyle Sinckler.
Jones has insisted England players must challenge for their places and the Harlequins prop has just the competitive edge the England coach wantsEddie Jones has said ever since he became …
Revitalised Chris Robshaw cannot wait to tackle Australia again after bouncing back from his personal World Cup nightmare. Robshaw suffered a torrid time in the wake of England’s exit, after which he was stripped of the captaincy by new boss Eddie Jones. Rather than sulking, though, the Harlequins flanker showed admirable fortitude to retain his […]
The top four teams in the Dewar Shield seem to have an edge on the competition this year. Harlequins are flying high, with the Broncos and Unicorns only at one length distance. The Eagles are the only team keeping the pace, only 8 points clear of fifth placed Moorabbin and look already well placed for a […] The post Preview – Dewar Shield Round 9 appeared first on Green and Gold Rugby.
Veteran wing Sean Lamont returns for the summer tour of Japan after Harlequins wing Tim Visser is ruled out injured.
Former Harlequins director of rugby Conor O’Shea has backed Joe Marler’s decision to pull out of the upcoming three-Test tour in Australia.
England international and Harlequins prop Joe Marler has recently pulled out of the game against Wales next week and the tour of Australia in June.
Harlequins prop Joe Marler has ruled himself out of England’s test against Wales this month and the tour of Australia which follows.
• Harlequins prop says he needs ‘a short rest’ from rugby• ‘He will be a big loss,’ says Eddie JonesJoe Marler has withdrawn himself from England’s …
Harlequins prop Joe Marler makes himself unavailable for England’s summer tour of Australia, saying he needs to rest.
Harlequins have confirmed the signing of Saracens and Junior World Cup winner full-back Aaron Morris for the 2016/17 season.
Harlequins have confirmed that Junior World Cup winning full-back Aaron Morris will join the club from Saracens ahead of next season. 21 year-old Morris began his rugby career at Bedford Blues and worked through the ranks before being offered a full-time contract with Saracens’ academy at the age of 18. Representing England U20s alongside Harry […]
Harlequins to face Maori All Blacks
The Maori All Blacks will conclude their northern tour with a clash against Harlequins in London in November.
The New Zealand Maori will conclude their northern tour with a clash against Harlequins in London in November.
Harlequins number eight Nick Easter admitted that his team weren’t good enough in the European Challenge Cup final against Montpellier on Friday.
Ben Botica had a nightmare ending to his Harlequins career as Montpellier won the European Challenge Cup Final 26-19 in Lyon on Friday night. Quins had mounted a comeback but with ball in hand and time up, Botica kicked it away, rather than keeping possession to go for the draw. Harlequins had fought their way back into the match after Jake White’s largerly South African Montpellier looked comfortable for the majority of the contest.