Harlequins

Saracens v Harlequins – LV Cup Rugby is Back

After a day out watching some of the most exciting rugby I think I’ve ever seen at Twickenham with both the Barbarians and Australia playing a wonderful brand of rugby it was time to head to Allianz Park to watch Saracens play Harlequins in the LV Cup.  Both teams had a mix of experience and youth on their team sheets. …

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Harlequins Pay the Price for Not Spending

Harlequins were humiliated at home on Friday night, I was at the game and I could not blame a single fan that left early. There were no boo’s or jeers at the end of the game just a wholehearted feeling of disgust, embarrassment and humiliation around the Stoop. Harlequins supporters had a tough viewing last week, scraping past a very …

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Harlequins v Saracens – Did that really happen?

  The joys of my new work pattern, not working on a Friday, means Friday night rugby is far more do’able.  Harlequins is a fixture I was always likely to make as I tend to spend a fair amount of time at the Stoop during the season, but a nice leisurely drive makes the whole thing so much better!  Dinner …

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‘Scrum Down’-Previewing the weekend’s top clashes

If you didn’t score a hat-trick in the Premiership last weekend, you’re in the minority, well, at least that’s how it seems. A weekend that was blessed with some ruthless running rugby, sublime finishing and magical moments was a memorable one for the likes of Saints, Saracens and Exeter. Even more so for George North, Vereniki Goneva and David Strettle …

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London Irish v Harlequins – Double Header Part 2

London Irish v Harlequins – Double Header Part Two The second game of the afternoon saw London Irish take the home team dressing room; their opposition Harlequins; close neighbours to the big stadium refuse to concede a home tie.  Every year it never ceases to amaze me that fans watch their own team then leave; huge swathes of the seats …

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Aviva Premiership Betting Preview

Back Bath for Premiership Glory This weekend sees the return of domestic Rugby Union as the Aviva Premiership hits our screens, and this season has the potential to be the best in the history of the competition. With nine months of pulsating action, hard hits, scorching tries and gut wrenching tension in store as the major powers try to wrestle …

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15 New Reasons to Watch the Aviva Premiership

With the new season fast approaching here is a list of 15 players either re-joining or new to the Aviva Premiership for the 2014/15 season that will be sure to get you watching. 1 Alberto De Marchi (Sale from Treviso) The Italian loosehead has joined the exodus from Treviso this summer and finds himself in the Premiership like so many …

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