Harlequins Aiming For Record Breaking Crowd

Taking place just two days after International Women’s Day, Harlequins Ladies aim to attract a record crowd for a women’s club rugby match in the UK as they take on Richmond Ladies on 10th March at the Twickenham Stoop – and support the 2018 ‘Press for Progress’ theme by taking a stand for

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Interview with Tim Swiel of Harlequins

IN November 2016 Harlequins played the Maori All Blacks at the Stoop.  The match, organised to celebrate Harlequins’ 150th anniversary, was played as part of the Maori All Blacks’ northern hemisphere tour.  

A famous and historic team, the Maori’s represent the proud culture of New Zealand and were the first to wear the famous

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Let’s Get Ready To Rabble

On Tuesday I took part in Rabble ‘Jailbreak’ session at Old Deer Park.

What is Rabble I hear you ask?

Rabble is a relatively new fitness concept set up by former International triathlete Charlotte Roach in 2014. Since then it’s grown to over 20 games per week across London and Manchester with over

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Twickenham Rugby World Cup Games 2015

Unless you’ve been experimenting with a total media blackout for the last year or two, you’ll know that England is hosting the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and Twickenham Stadium is the venue for many of England’s games – including the World Cup final (and both semi-finals).

20 teams will play 48 games attended by

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The Wrong Type of Rugby Fan?

We’re generally pretty positive about all things Richmond Upon Thames. It’s a beautiful leafy Borough with great restaurants, pubs and cafes… and more sport than you can shake a stick at.

However, we’re starting to get a little bit miffed by some of the rugby crowds.

It started off just being a little bit

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