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The Big Game – Fire and Ice

With the long-awaited return of spectators at live events, double English Champions Harlequins has announced the return of the world’s biggest annual club rugby event for a thirteenth year. Big Game 13, supported by Charles Stanley Wealth Managers, will mark Harlequins’ second-ever Double Header, with both the Club’s Men’s and Women’s teams in action for

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Harlequins sign Amelia Harper from Lightning

Harlequins Women are delighted to announce the signing of flanker Amelia Harper from Loughborough Lightning just days before the Club’s Round two Allianz Premier 15s fixture away at Worcester Warriors. Despite only being 21 years old, Harper has already featured four times for the Red Roses as she received her maiden international call up prior

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Harlequins name 2021/2022 playing squad

Harlequins Women can today confirm their 2021/22 playing squad that will aim to retain their Allianz Premier 15s title. There are a number of fresh faces that Head Coach Gerard Mullen has added to his arsenal, including England international Ellie Kildunne, who joins Quins having featured fourteen times for her country, winning three Women’s Six

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Shaunagh Brown re-signs for Harlequins

Harlequins Women are delighted to announce that tighthead prop Shaunagh Brown has re-signed with the Club ahead of the 2021/22 Allianz Premier 15s season. After joining Quins at the beginning of the 2016/2017 season, the front row quickly established herself as a firm fan favourite. It didn’t take long for Brown to win her first

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Lagi Tuima re-signs for Harlequins Women

Harlequins Women are delighted to announce that England international Lagi Tuima has re-signed for the Club ahead of the 2021/22 Allianz Premier 15s season. The 23-year-old centre was a mainstay in the Quins backline throughout the Club’s title winning season, featuring 14 times in the Famous Quarters. It was a final to remember for Tuima

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