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Quins do it – X-certificate stuff at Kingsholm

The Allianz Premier 15s Final 2021 Saracens v Harlequins Quins achieved their ultimate dream by defeating Saracens in the most thrilling advertisement for the women’s game imaginable. On a perfect summer’s day in front of a crowd and television cameras, Quins had to overcome the loss of their iconic captain Rachael Burford after only eight

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The Stoop reopens its doors

Back into the Stoop they came, some two thousand of them in all, masks on, flags fluttering as cool May showers blew through. After the long months of winter locked away, and in one of rugby’s great parishes, the parishioners were permitted for a most important occasion indeed. With a European final to come later

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Harlequins Women announce new partnership

Harlequins announce partnership with Orreco, world-leading experts in female athlete wellness, including nutrition, recovery and wellness around menstrual cycles Harlequins is delighted to become the first rugby club in the world to establish a relationship with Orreco, the leading sports performance and biomarker company. Orreco will provide its female Athlete Consultancy program to Harlequins Women,

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Harlequins name side to face Saracens

Harlequins Women Head Coach Gerard Mullen has named his side to take on London rivals Saracens in a First v Second clash in the Allianz Premier 15s. An all-English starting XV sees Lauren Brooks return at blindside flanker, with Katy Mew shifting to number 8 in place of the injured Sarah Beckett. The backline remains

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Harlequins name side to face Bristol Bears

Head Coach Gerard Mullen has named his Harlequins Women side to travel to face Bristol Bears Women in the Allianz Premier 15s. A return from long-term injuries for Red Roses Vickii Cornborough and Sarah Beckett sees them start at loosehead and number 8 respectively. Emily Robinson returns from suspension to start at openside flanker, and

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