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A Fortnight to go to the Start of a new Season – Latest Developments

The third season of the Tyrrells starts in a fortnight and the transfers keep coming. But two big news items take precedence. First, Exeter’s long-trumpeted decision to establish a women’s section, with a view to applying to join the Tyrrells next year; second, the award of professional terms to players at Worcester Warriors and Saracens.

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Famous rivalry to kick-off season for Harlequins Women

Harlequins is excited to announce that they will welcome Richmond FC to The Twickenham Stoop to begin their 2019/20 Tyrrells Premier 15s campaign on Saturday 21st September (kick-off: 14:00). Harlequins Women will take on their historic rivals, on the opening weekend of this season’s tournament – a re-run of the Club’s 2017/18 fixture which saw

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The Tyrrells 2019-20 – Transfers and Consequences

First indications are that the elite division will be even more elitist and divided than ever. In its first two years of existence three clubs, Harlequins, Loughborough Lightning and Saracens, pulled away from the rest to establish a superiority that was rarely endangered. Only Wasps came close to challenging them – they finished third in

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Fixtures for the 2019/20 Tyrrells Premier 15s season

The 2019/20 Tyrrells Premier 15s league will kick off its third campaign on 21st/22nd September. It will once again be played over 18 rounds, culminating with play-offs and a title final on 30 May 2020 (venue TBC). With no promotion or relegation last season as was the case in the inaugural competition, there are no

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Harlequins Women sign Red Rose Lagi Tuima

Harlequins has announced the signing of England Women and former Bristol Bears Centre Lagi Tuima ahead of the 2019/20 season. The niece of Fiji captain and former Gloucester Rugby back row, Akapusi Qera, Tuima first took up the game at the age of 16 with Devonport Services RFC, near Plymouth in Devon. After a stint

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