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Kaitlan Leaney to return to Australia

Harlequins have confirmed that Kaitlan Leaney will return to Australia to play for the NSW Waratahs in Super Women’s Rugby and the Wallaroos in the 2024 Pacific Four Series. Following Harlequins’ Allianz PWR Round 14 clash with Gloucester-Hartpury, Leaney will link up with the Waratahs before returning to international duty with the Wallaroos for their

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Bryony Cleall to leave Harlequins

Harlequins has confirmed that the Club has reached a mutual agreement to release Bryony Cleall from her contract. Cleall joined Quins ahead of the 2022/23 season from Wasps and has made 17 appearances in the Quarters. The Club has thanked Bryony for her work both on and off the pitch and wish her all the

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Harlequins side for Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park

Amy Turner has named her team to face Exeter Chiefs at Sandy Park in Round 12 of Allianz Premiership Women’s Rugby. Just one change to the pack sees Kaitlan Leaney return to the Starting XV in the second-row alongside Sarah Bonar. Emily Robinson is named as vice-captain in the back-row with Shaunagh Brown and Abbie

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Ella Cromack commits future to Harlequins

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

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Welsh wing Lisa Neumann joins Harlequins

Harlequins have announced that Welsh international Lisa Neumann has signed for the Club with immediate effect. The winger joins Harlequins from league champions Gloucester-Hartpury, where she crossed for a try in the 34-19 win over Exeter Chiefs Women in the Premiership Final last season. Prior to joining the Cherry and Whites in 2022, Neumann spent

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Quins name side to face the Sharks

Amy Turner has named her side to face Sale Sharks Women, in Harlequins’ annual Pride fixture at The Stoop. Two changes in the front-row see Silvia Turani and Springbok Women’s captain Babalwa Latsha line up alongside Hannah Sims. Sarah Bonar is named as vice-captain and will link up with Abbie Fleming and Shaunagh Brown in

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Harlequins side for Bristol at Shaftesbury Park

Amy Turner has made just one change to the Starting XV who suffered a home defeat at the hands of Loughborough Lightning last week, as Quins travel to Shaftesbury Park to face fourth-place Bristol Bears. Hannah Sims returns to Harlequins’ Starting XV at loosehead alongside Connie Powell and Bryony Cleall in the front-row. Having recovered

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