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Harlequins sign Sarah Bonar

Harlequins Women have announced the signing of Scotland international lock Sarah Bonar from Gloucester-Hartpury ahead of the 2021/22 Allianz Premier 15s season. The Scotland international has featured 22 times for her country, including being involved in every game of the 2017 Six Nations as she made her first start against England at the Stoop. The

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Emma Swords returns to Harlequins

Harlequins Women have announced the signing of scrum-half Emma Swords who has returned to the Club after one season away at Saracens Women. Swords started her rugby career as a teenager spending time at London Irish and Esher before joining Saracens at the age of 17. The scrum-half has joined Quins for the second time

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Quest for Gold Sevens – Day Two

The GB Sevens team managed a 12-12 draw in the last game they played against the USA, so can take a measure of comfort from their performances. But this finale revealed the shortcomings that still betray the effort. After going 0-7 down, Meg Jones switched back to the right where she found Emma Uren. As

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Sarah Hirini to be a flagbearer for Tokyo Olympics

Black Ferns Sevens captain Sarah Hirini has been honoured as Te Pou Hapai Wahine, the female flagbearer, for the New Zealand Olympic team for the Tokyo Olympics. The 28-year-old leader was presented the kākahu (cloak) from Ranui Ngarimu at an emotional ceremony with her team and family in Tauranga before flying to Australia this week

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Rosie Galligan joins Harlequins

Harlequins Women are delighted to announce the signing of second row Rosie Galligan from Saracens Women ahead of the 2021/22 season. Galligan, who made her full international debut for England in 2019, has been a mainstay in the Saracens squad for a number of seasons, winning the Premier 15s title twice. The 23-year-old lock also

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France and Russia women qualify for Tokyo Sevens

Ireland will make their Olympic debut in Tokyo after winning the men’s Repechage tournament in Monaco France and Russia’s women also book their tickets to Tokyo with victories in the qualifier finals The line-up is now complete for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic rugby sevens competition with the 12 men’s and 12 women’s teams confirmed Eagerly

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The Allianz Premier 15s Team of the Season

This was a fascinating but curious affair. Four candidates for each position were selected by the administrators, though they failed to allow for important distinctions: for example loose-head and tight head; blind-side and open-side. Players frequently swapped positions during the season. As postings followed one by one, we could be excused for being baffled in

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Leanne Riley joins Bristol Bears

Harlequins Women can confirm that scrum-half Leanne Riley has joined Bristol Bears Women ahead of the 2021/22 Allianz Premier 15s season. The Red Roses international joins the West Country outfit after appearing 56 times for the Quarters over a four-season period. An integral part of the Club’s title-winning squad, Riley departs South West London after

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