Source: Harlequins

Ella Cromack commits future to Harlequins

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Harlequins have announced that fly-half Ella Cromack has agreed a new long-term, multi-year contract with the Club that sees her commit her future to Harlequins.

Cromack joined Quins during the summer, and her impressive performances in the Allianz Cup earned her a spot in Amy Turner’s Allianz PWR squad.

The 18-year-old fly-half has featured in all of Harlequins’ matchday squads this season, making her debut off the bench in the Allianz Cup as Quins recorded a 29-36 away victory over Saracens.

Having already spent time in camp with England U20s, Ella Cromack was called into John Mitchell’s Red Roses squad for a three-day training camp last month.

Harlequins Head Coach Amy Turner said: “We’ve been really pleased with how Ella has settled into her first season at Quins. She’s had some good minutes in the Premiership and her impacts off the bench have been very positive.

“Ella undoubtedly has a bright future at this Club, we’re excited to see how she can develop over the coming seasons in the Quarters.”

Commenting on her signing, Ella Cromack said: “I’m super excited. Coming into the Club at 18 has been a class experience. I didn’t think all of this game time would come so soon so now being able to solidify staying here for longer is pretty incredible.”

With thanks to Harlequins

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