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Quins sign Alofa Alofa

Harlequins have confirmed the signing of Samoa international wing Alofa Alofa, who has been training with the team throughout pre-season. The post Quins sign Alofa Alofa appeared first on Planetrugby.com.

Northampton away game moved for TV

The Falcons’ round 10 match at home to Harlequins will not be shown on TV, and is therefore confirmed as taking place on Sunday December 4 with a 3pm kick-off at Kingston Park Stadium. The Falcons’ Aviva Premiership season gets underway this Friday when Sale Sharks visit Kingston Park Stadium in an 8pm kick-off.

Harlequins exit for Lindsay-Hague

Harlequins have announced that Olympic silver medallist Ollie Lindsay-Hague has left the club to pursue other options in his playing career. The post Harlequins exit for Lindsay-Hague appeared first on Planetrugby.com.

Doncaster sign Super rugby winner

Doncaster have announced that former Australian international and Super XV winner Beau Robinson has signed a one-year contract with the club. The former Wallaby arrives in South Yorkshire having most recently spent time in the Premiership with Harlequins and will bolster the Knights back row options and particularly at openside following the hamstring injury suffered […]

Young Gun: Jonas Mikalcius – Harlequins wing

Fortune favours the brave and Jonas Mikalcius is the perfect example of where chasing your dream can lead you. The big Lithuanian winger lit up Franklin’s Gardens in the Premiership 7s last week on his first outing for Harlequins. Now, just five years into his rugby career, he is one of the hottest prospects in […]

Patty Jervey

Major teams: Atlanta Harlequins Position: Centre Country: USA Test span: 1989-2006A World Cup winner with the USA, Patty Jervey was among the group of first women’s players to be inducted …Continue reading »

Jason Leonard

Major teams: Saracens, Harlequins Country: England Test span: 1990-2004 England caps: 114 (102 starts) Lions caps: 5 (2 starts) Test points: 5 (1T)Jason Leonard came over as the cheeky chippie who hadn’t a care in the world, but beneath the cheerful surface …Continue reading »

Zinzan Brooke

Major teams: Auckland, Harlequins Country: New Zealand
 Test span: 1987-97 New Zealand caps: 58 (54 starts) Test points: 89 (17T, 3DG)How many forwards are best remembered for kicking a drop-goal? Not many, but the extraordinary kick Zinzan Brooke slotted from …Continue reading »

Peter Winterbottom

Major teams: Headingley, Harlequins, Hawke’s Bay, Transvaal Country: England Test span: 1982-93 England caps: 58 (58 starts) Lions caps: 7 (7 starts) Test points: 13 (3T)In one of Stuart Lancaster’s first games as England coach, he invited Peter Winterbottom to present the players with their …Continue reading »

Melbourne Unicorns win Dewar Shield

Harlequins fall just short of a fourth premiership in a row, and hand the Dewar Shield to the Unicorns. In a top game of rugby at RHL Sparks Reserve, Melbourne defeated Harlequins by a single point to claim their 18th premier grade title. The two teams dominated the season finishing first and second.

Orr looks to build on 7s exploits

After winning their Kingston Park qualifier the previous weekend the Falcons fell to both Ospreys and Harlequins on Sunday in Coventry, Orr saying: “Even with the disappointment of losing both games in the finals we feel like it has been a worthwhile competition. “On the fitness side it has been great, and the boys have got into some good full-contact stuff. We are where we want to be fitness-wise and we will keep on working on the rest of our game.” Lamenting his side’s pair of defeats at the Ricoh Arena, the Aussie back-rower added: “We were pretty disappointed with how we went

Dewar Shield: Unicorns through to the Final

The Melbourne Unicorns defeat the Box Hill Broncos and advance to the Grand Final. As predicted the Grand Final in the Dewar Shield will be against the two form sides; Harlequins and Melbourne. In a display of strong on-field organisation, solid defence and deadly speed from the backs the Unicorns downed the Broncos 35-14.

Falcons fail to fire in Singha 7s finals

The Falcons were eliminated from the main Cup competition in the quarter-finals after losing 28-17 to Welsh side Ospreys, and a disappointing day ended when Harlequins were 45-21 victors in the second-tier tournament. Newcastle had taken the early lead in their Cup clash with Ospreys when skipper Dan Temm’s quick tap and break down the left saw Joel Hodgson work the ball infield for Tom Catterick, who glided his way through for a converted try between the posts. Ospreys drew level and then assumed a seven-point lead when Morgan Williams helped himself to a pair of tries, Adam Radwan hitting back for the Falcons when he sniped over from close range in support of a Glen Young line-break

Latest Ticket Information

Match tickets are now on sale for Exeter’s opening three Aviva Premiership home games of the season against Saracens, Harlequins and Gloucester The post Latest Ticket Information appeared first on Exeter Chiefs.