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Playfair Rugby Football Annual 1971-72

By gregory p
June 25 2015

I was looking for bargains in the book section of my local Oxfam shop and found – for 99p – the Playfair Rugby Football Annual 1971-72, reporting on the 1970-71 season.  The 1972 cover price was 60p (about the price of three pints) so it really was a bargain now coming in at the price of a quarter of a pint.  The real attraction was that 1970-71 was the season that I first st... More >

Match Report: Newcastle 37 - Harlequins 21

Set out for the long journey north at 9am knowing that we were now definitely out of the major European tournament next season and that the best final league placing we could achie... More >

Harlequins vs Bath

Travelled to the game not expecting Quins to get too much out of this one, usual area of concern being the front rows, compare Lambert/Ward/Shields with James/Batty/Wilson, but mor... More >

Jack Clifford nominated forDiscovery of the Season

Premiership Rugby today confirmed that five of the brightest young players in English rugby have been shortlisted for the Land Rover Discovery of the Season award including our ver... More >

Match Report: Sale vs Harlequins

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London Floodlit Sevens Wednesday 6th May 2015

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FOURTEEN AND COUNTING...: Saracens 42 Harlequins 14

On a grey day in a grey suburb of London the score was black and white:  Sarries were emphatic victors by 42 – 14.  While we could grumble about Chris Ashton’... More >

SHOULD I GO TO WEMBLEY?

Well, I admit I’m conflicted on this. There seem to be arguments for and against. Previous experiences have faded over the year so now I'm thinking perhaps it wouldn't be the... More >

WHEN IRISH EYES ARE CRYING: Harlequins 26 London Irish 20

With the sun shining and the feel of the first proper day of spring in the air conditions at the Stoop felt right for Quins style of rugby. I have to admit that I was pretty optimi... More >

CRUSHED AT COVENTRY: Wasps 37 - 6 Harlequins

Harlequins, on their first visit to the Ricoh Arena, were comprehensively outplayed by Wasps by whom they were defeated 37 – 6. Lack of discipline that conceded unnecessary p... More >