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Harlequins sign Connacht No. 8

Harlequins have secured the signing of Connacht No.8 George Naoupu for the forthcoming season. During his two spells at the Sportsground spanning six seasons, the former New Zealand Sevens and U21s international has made 102 appearances for the Pro12 champions. He said: “I am very excited to be joining Harlequins in its 150th anniversary year. 

Ones to watch at the Singha Sevens

The Premiership Rugby Singha Sevens comes to Franklin’s Gardens on Friday night and with Harlequins, Saracens and Gloucester having announced their squads, we take a look at ones to watch when sevens comes to the Saints. Harlequins have named a youthful squad, captained by Calum Waters, but have valuable Sevens experience in winger Cameron Cowell, who first played for England in the 2014 FIRA Seve

Anglo-Welsh fixtures 2016/17

Exeter to tackle Cardiff Blues, Harlequins and Wasps as the Anglo-Welsh Cup returns to the 2016/17 fixture list after a year’s absence The post Anglo-Welsh fixtures 2016/17 appeared first on Exeter Chiefs.

Aaron Cruden gets stuck in Highlanders celebration after brilliant try

The Highlanders scored one of the tries of the weekend against the Chiefs, and apparently it was so good that opposition flyhalf Aaron Cruden couldn’t help getting in on the celebrations. It made for a comical moment in the final roundof pool play in this year’s Super Rugby tournament. It was very similar to a classic moment from the Premiership back in 2008, when Tom Arscott found himself hilariously stuck in the middle of a Harlequins celebration.

Home Nations: Fifteen to watch for 2016/17 season

The new season will bring new in crop of youngsters who could take the Premiership and Pro12 by storm, RW puts together XV starletsJet-heeled: Joe Marchant has excelled for Harlequins and recently England U20sWith the majority of players now already back in preseason across the Aviva Premiership and Guinness PRO12, it’s a stark …Continue reading »

Saints to open and close Northampton Singha Sevens

The Saints will kick off and close the Northampton leg of the 2016 Premiership Rugby Singha Sevens Series on Friday, July 29th. The men in black, green and gold will begin their campaign against Harlequins at 7pm, with the final game of the evening coming against Gloucester at 9:15pm. These two matches will sandwich a clash with Saracens, with all of the other three teams also playing each other d

Kingston demands big season

Harlequins director of rugby John Kingston admits that with all eyes on them in the club’s 150th season, they need to have a strong campaign. The post Kingston demands big season appeared first on

Dewar Shield round 15 Preview

Round 15 in the Victorian Dewar Shield is unlikely to see any upset results. With the top of the ladder teams facing the lower half of the competition, and Moorabbin enjoying the bye, the round should maintain the status quo. The all-conquering Harlequins return from the bye to face strugglers Footscray Bulldogs