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07:23, 21 MAR 2014
Quins chief expecting it to go to the wire
Battle for Premiership play off place resumes with Saracens clash tomorrow
Future not yet decided, says Harlequins wing
Smith dismisses reports that he's been released and agreed to join Worcester
Monye call on Harlequins fans to be their 16th man
Both team and crowd will need to be at their best for crunch game against Clermont
Harlequins will benefit long term from injury battles
Boss Conor O'Shea reckons throwing the youngsters in will accelerate their development
Injury nightmare has blooded Harlequins' youngsters
Young players forced to step up for injured seniors are now 'ready for anything' says Quins boss Conor O'Shea
Ealing Trailfinders RFC
Merrick amazed that Ealing Trailfinders 'struggling' this season
However, win against Moseley has shown what the team is capable of, says Harlequins loanee
Bloodgate was the making of us, says Quins winger
Monye looks back as Quins prepare to face Dean Richards for first time since scandal
Harlequins 'will be inspired' by Stoop celebrations
Collier believes ground's 50th anniversary will give club a boost, writes Jon Batham
Ealing Trailfinders RFC
Cudmore sees beyond the result after London Welsh defeat
A 28-0 loss it may have been, but Trailfinders boss sees plenty to comfort him
Tim Molenaar determined to extend stay at Harlequins
Former Nottingham centre was last week signed from Gloucester following the announcement that George Lowe will not play again this season
Harlequins boss won't use huge injury list as an excuse
O'Shea reckons his side be stronger for it , but has not ruled out bringing in replacements
Quins new boy has former side Wasps in his sights
PAUL Sackey insists sentiment will go out of the window tomorrow when he makes his Harlequins debut against the side where he enjoyed the best years of his career.
Plenty of life left in Sackey, says Quins boss
NEW signing Paul Sackey is not at Harlequins just to pick up a final few pay cheques and prepare for life after rugby, boss Conor O'Shea has warned.
We already have strength in depth, says Quins chief
JOHN Kingston reckons a quiet summer on the transfer front is a sign of the strength in depth already in place at Harlequins.
Ex-Quin always knew O'Shea would make it big
THERE was never any doubt in Rory Jenkins' mind that former team-mate Conor O'Shea would go on to become a successful coach.
Quins chief warns Wasps of revenge mission
JOHN Kingston has warned Wasps revenge will be on the cards when the two teams once again meet on the opening day of the Premiership season.
Coach admits Wasps defeat still stings
JOHN Kingston warned Wasps that revenge will be on the cards when they meet Harlequins on the opening day of the Premiership season, writes Tim Street.
Jenkins: O’Shea always had leadership qualities
THERE was never any doubt in Rory Jenkins’ mind that former team-mate Conor O’Shea would become a successful coach.
O’Shea admits Quins face tough start to season
CONOR O’Shea admits Harlequins have been handed a tough start to the new Aviva Premiership season.
Football League Championship
Trailfinders bolster squad as they prepare for Championship
Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club (ETRFC) has announced six new additions to the squad, as the National One champions prepare for life in the Championship.
Quins boss admits Leicester were just too good
CONOR O'Shea admits his Harlequins side could not have given anything more after they crashed out of the Premiership play-offs at Leicester.
Quins chief backs Robshaw to brush off Lions snub
TONY Diprose has backed Chris Robshaw to brush off his British & Irish Lions disappointment by leading Harlequins to a second successive Premiership play-off final.
Momentum is key to play-offs, says Quins chief
HARLEQUINS head coach John Kingston has told his side to beat Northampton Saints tomorrow so they go into the Premiership play-offs in full swing.
Quins chief expects Robshaw to be fit for play-offs
HARLEQUINS director of rugby Conor O'Shea believes captain Chris Robshaw will be fit for the Premiership play-offs despite hobbling off during Saturday's 46-22 win at Worcester Warriors.