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A show down between Harlequins and Worcester ended in a victory for the Quins as a bonus point saw them secure a great position at the top of pool three for the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

It was one hell of a superb game throughout except for one period during the first half of the game. Worcester was in an impressive form as they went on with a one point lead heading into the final quarter of the game.


Abu Dhabi Harlequins coach, Mike McFarlane has said that he is confident that his club can go on to inscribe their name for the third successive year, on the Gulf Men’s League trophy this weekend.

What he is not sure of however, is whether it would bear Harlequins 1 or Quins 2. Very few teams have been as dominant as Harlequins at the Sevens in recent times as the club from the capital.

Harlequins Wants To Raise £15m

Yes, rugby team Harlequins intends to raise £15m soon. It is not the first team to do so.

Many sports groups have tried to raise money to support their teams. How are they trying to get it done? They are going to issue a mini-bond to raise that kind of money. Like so many other sports groups, they are just tapping fans to keep the club alive.

Harlequins Sees A Good Team Performance This Season

Did you witness the game where Harlequins gained 24 points against Exeter who scored about 62?

It was definitely a great win for the latter. On the other hand, the Harlequins are trying to polish up their act after that. They have been a strong team and hence contenders definitely put in much effort in putting them down.

Wayne Smith denies Harlequins offer

Wayne Smith has tuned down the chance to coach Harlequins and has signed an all new 2 year contract to stay with the All Blacks.

Wayne Smith

Harlequins wanted him in place for director of rugby Conor O’Shea, who is all set to take charge as Italy head coach.

Harlequins FC snap up talented Scottish teen

One of the most promising talents in Scottish rugby, Robbie Nairn has shocked the entire rugby dynasty in his home country by announcing he will puruse his career in England with one of the biggest clubs in the Aviva Premiership, opting to link up with the academy of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Harlequins FC.

Robbie Nairn

The 18 year old is in his final year at Watson's College and will link up with his new team as soon as his session ends. The winger, who is a former Scottish schools shot putt champion, has recently been turning out for Currie on occasions and he even received the BT Premiership try of the month award in January.

Northampton Defeats Harlequins by 17-13

With 13 points the lead was extended by Northampton which was fought hard and they are in the top over Harlequins.

Nick Evans gave two penalties by which Samu Manoa’s attempt was stuck in between. Lead by 7-6 by Saints was edgy. It was indiscipline on Quin’s part by which James Wilson could capitalise on.

Nick Easter of Harlequins FC wants England return

Nick Easter, the number eight for Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Harlequins FC is desperate for a recall to the England national set up as he believes he still has a lot of unfinished business on the international arena.

Clash Of The Champions - Harlequins and Leinster

Champions Cup is ahead with Leinster playing as host to Harlequins. They have already faced defeat against Harlequins recently in England. The Leinster’s are pumped up to perform. However they do have some advantage in the Champions Cup. The game which they played at Aviva was not satisfactory. The results of the Champions Cup matter as it will decide who will go in the lap of last eight.

Harlequins Captain Apologizes For Poor Performance

Harlequins captain Joe Marler has reportedly sought apology on the social networking sphere for poor performance this time and has promised to get back in full glory by next week.
This was a kind of prosaic tone of describing 39-0 drubbing which was extended to Harlequins guys by Saracens in a match where Marler’s squad hardly came up with anything right. The Quins were so down par that the opponents didn’t require to come out of 3rd gear much.


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