Source: Harlequins

Harlequins forwards extend their stay

Harlequins Women are have announced that Lauren Brooks, Chloe Edwards and Jenny Kronish have re-signed with the Club ahead of the 2022/23 season. Club stalwarts Brooks and Edwards will be entering their fifth and sixth season respectively at Quins, aiming to win back the Allianz Premier 15s title after falling short in the semi-finals against Saracens

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Source: FFR

The French mean Business

The French have outlined their programme for the run-in to the World Cup. They mean business. It isn’t so much the two warm-up games announced (see below), it is the intensive sequence of training sessions that precede it. Annick Hayraud often mentioned the lack of time the staff had in assembling the full group for

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Source: Harlequins

Harlequins Women appoint Amy Turner as new head coach

Harlequins has announced the appointment of a new Women’s coaching structure ahead of the 2022/23 season as the Club forms one of the most comprehensive Women’s rugby programmes in the country. Current England Women U20s Head Coach and Performance Pathway Officer Amy Turner has been appointed as Harlequins’ Women’s new Head Coach, leading the team

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Source: INPHO

More good news for Wales

The WRU has announced more contracts and new terms for the head coach, Ioan Cunningham. This is just the sort of news that boosts confidence as the Welsh squad prepares for the World Cup. There are five new full contracts, for Alex Callender, Cara Hope, Caryl Thomas, Liliana Podpadec and Megan Webb. Robyn Wilkins has

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Thinking big, thinking long

The Future of the Premier 15s The working party looking into the future of the Premier 15s has been thinking big, thinking long. Gone is the pattern of 3-year cycles used twice since 2017, to be replaced by a 10-year plan. And the sums involved are far larger than anything contemplated before. The RFU’s commitiment

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