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Zoe Saynor and Deborah McCormack hang up their boots

Capped by England and Scotland respectively, Harlequins Women’s second rows Saynor and McCormack have announced their retirement from all forms of rugby. Saynor, 32, retires from the sport having joined the Club ahead of the 2016/17 season, making an instant impression as a consistently outstanding performer through her dogged determination and work rate on the

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Harlequins Women recommence training at Lensbury

Ahead of the team’s return to Stage 1 training, the Women’s team have made a temporary move to the Lensbury Hotel, located near Twickenham in SW London. Harlequins Women have made the temporary switch from Surrey Sports Park in Guildford to the world-class training facility at the Lensbury Hotel. This move ensures an exclusive base

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Harlequins Women Coach Gary Street to make Academy switch

Harlequins have confirmed that Gary Street, Co-Head Coach of the Harlequins Women’s team, has accepted the role of Harlequins Academy Coach Development Manager and DPP Coordinator, making the switch after four years with the Harlequins Women’s Programme. Street’s co-head coach Karen Findlay, Superintendent Taskforce in the MET Police, will be continuing with the programme in

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Harlequins Development team -MATCH POSTPONED

Harlequins Women Lead Development Coach Mark Cadogan has named the squad to travel to Shaftesbury Park, Bristol, on Saturday. Quins head to the West Country having narrowly lost to Loughborough Lightning in the last round of Development League action, coming away with a 17-14 loss having conceded a last-minute try on the road. Quins head

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Harlequins Women name first side of 2020

Fiona Fletcher will make her 50th appearance for Harlequins Women as the side visits Gloucester Hartpury on Saturday. Prop Vickii Cornborough marks her return from long term injury, starting alongside England prop Shaunagh Brown, as fellow England Sarah Beckett joins her in the pack as part of a star-studded back row consisting of Italian international

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