Chisholm's health push ahead of Harlequins Sevens showdown

Sutton Guardian:

8:00am Friday 1st August 2014

For up and coming rugby stars, the Premiership Sevens are a shop window to impress watching coaches, but for Harlequins number eight, he will be pleased just to keep his food down.

Quins' Chisholm out to add Premiership Sevens title to golden summer

Sutton Guardian:

1:00pm Wednesday 30th July 2014

Harlequins number eight James Chisholm is determined to cap off an unforgettable summer by adding the Premiership Rugby Sevens title to the Junior World Championships trophy he won earlier this year - and he insists that his side have the players to do it, writes Sacha Clayton.

Lowe prepared for Quins comeback

Sutton Guardian:

7:00am Friday 18th July 2014

Harlequins might have already signed Whitgift School old boy Marland Yarde and Fiji international Asaeli Tikoirotuma this summer, but backs coach Mark Mapletoft reckons there is one more “new face” ready to make a mark.

Quins' next generation are ready to impress once more

Sutton Guardian:

12:00pm Wednesday 9th July 2014

Harlequins speedster Ollie Lindsay-Hague the club’s next generation are ready to make an impression in the top flight next term.

Skipper Robshaw ready to bounce back as Quins eye up European test

Sutton Guardian: Ready: Harlequins skipper Chris Robshaw will line up against New Zealand again tomorrow    Picture: Getty Images

6:00am Friday 13th June 2014

Harlequins skipper Chris Robshaw has warned the All Blacks they have not seen the best of his England side yet.

O'Shea delighted to add Tikoirotuma to Quins back line

Sutton Guardian: Pleased: Quins director of rugby Conor O'Shea

11:10am Thursday 5th June 2014

Harlequins director of rugby Conor O'Shea reckons new signing Aseli Tikoirotuma is a perfect fit for the club.  

O'Shea: Quins' Sinckler is in good position for England Test debut

Sutton Guardian: Rising star: Quins prop Kyle Sinckler, left, will benefit from a trip to face the All Blacks

5:04pm Thursday 5th June 2014

Director of rugby Conor O’Shea has backed Kyle Sinckler to make a big impression for England in New Zealand.  

Moody: Quins' Wallace is ready for Test call

Sutton Guardian: Rising stock: Luke Wallace, centre with trophy, led Harlequins to the LV= Cup crown in 2013

7:00am Friday 30th May 2014

World Cup winner Lewis Moody believes Harlequins Luke Wallace has what it takes to pack down in the England back row this summer.  

Harlequins legend Easter not considering rugby retirement

Sutton Guardian: Going strong: Quins veteran Nick Easter still has plenty to offer on the pitch

7:00am Friday 23rd May 2014

Harlequins legend Nick Easter has no intention of handing his number eight shirt over to the new guard just yet.  

Kennedy quits Quins to rejoin Irish as academy director

Sutton Guardian: On his way: Nick Kennedy has called time on his time at the Stoop after only one season with Harlequins

4:54pm Tuesday 20th May 2014

Quins lock Nick Kennedy has called time on his playing career to coach the next generation of stars at former club London Irish.

O'Shea: Quins have proved they cannot be written off

Sutton Guardian: On our way: Quins lock Charlie Matthews celebrates reaching the Premiership semi-finals after Saturday's 19-16 win over Bath

6:00am Friday 16th May 2014

Director of rugby Conor O’Shea reckons Harlequins’  refusal to be written off will see them make a mockery of their “underdogs” tag in the Premiership semi-finals.  

Monye backs Yarde to become Quins legend

Sutton Guardian: Naughty boy: London Irish winger Marland Yarde was handed a yellow card the last time he was at the Stoop

8:00am Wednesday 14th May 2014

British & Lion Ugo Monye insists flyer Marland Yarde’s summer switch to Harlequins will give him the necessary injection to nail down a World Cup spot with England, writes Sacha Clayton.  

Easter equals Quins record in fitting fashion

Sutton Guardian: Savour the moment: Harlequins lock Charlie Matthews celebrates his side's crucial win at the final whistle

8:00am Monday 12th May 2014

Harlequins' former England number eight Nick Easter is set to cap a fine season by breaking the club's professional appearance record.

Harlequins skipper Robshaw delays packing for NZ

Sutton Guardian: Leading the charge: Quins captain Chris Robshaw

7:00am Saturday 10th May 2014

Captain Chris Robshaw is hoping he misses the England plane bound for New Zealand, because it will mean Harlequins will have reached the Premiership final.

Ward in race to solve England hooker crisis

Sutton Guardian: In demand: Harlequins hooker Dave Ward

10:36am Friday 9th May 2014

Harlequins hooker Dave Ward could be the beneficiary of an injury crisis for the second time this season – but this time he will be coming to the rescue of his country.

Evans: Momentum is key for Quins

Sutton Guardian: The force is with you: Quins fly half Nick Evans

5:37pm Thursday 8th May 2014

Quins are not even in the Premiership play-offs yet, but fly half Nick Evans knows lifting the title will taste sweeter than the club’s maiden success in 2012.  

Quins skipper Robshaw not content with being rugby's nearly man

Sutton Guardian: Kicking on: Harlequins sklipper Chris Robshaw

5:16pm Tuesday 6th May 2014

Chris Robshaw might finish the campaign being the nearly man of rugby, but he will not let it happen again next season.  

O'Shea philosophical after Quins cup exit

Sutton Guardian: Hanging in there: Director of rugby Conor O'Shea's Quins are still in the race

6:00am Saturday 26th April 2014

Quins chief Conor O'Shea remained philosophical after Friday's Amlin Cup semi-final defeat to Northampton Saints left his side with only a Premiership top four berth to play for this season.

Quins will not be satisfied with season without a trophy

Sutton Guardian: Euro blow: Quins fly half Nick Evans, pictured kicking a penalty against Leicester Tigers will miss tonight's Amlin Cup semi-final   Picture: Garry Bowden/Pinnacle

5:22pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Quins might have recovered from a slow start to an injury-plagued campaign to be on the brink of Amlin Cup and Premiership success, but director of rugby Conor O’Shea will take no satisfaction unless there is silverware in the trophy cabinet.  

Smith eyes up parting gift for QUins

Sutton Guardian: On his way: Quins winger Sam Smith could end the season as the Premiership's leading try scorer and be playing in the Championship next season

5:18pm Thursday 24th April 2014

Winger Sam Smith might be in the middle of a long try-scoring farewell to Harlequins fans and is out to add a trophy as the perfect leaving present.  

O'Shea: Quins still have it all to do

Sutton Guardian: Hanging in there: Director of rugby Conor O'Shea's Quins are still in the race

8:41am Saturday 19th April 2014

Quins director of rugby Conor O'Shea knows two more wins might not be enough to secure a top four Premiership finish but his men will fight all the way.

Quins beat Leicester to stay in Premiership race

Sutton Guardian: Hanging in there: Director of rugby Conor O'Shea's Quins are still in the race

9:54pm Friday 18th April 2014

England full back Mike Brown's try proved decisive as Harlequins beat Leicester Tigers 24-20 to stay in the race for a top four Premiership finish.

Quins chief O’Shea tells fans to get behind his men for Tigers showdown - Let's be having you

Sutton Guardian: Show me love: Ugo Monye leads the celebrations during a win over London Welsh last season and Conor O’Shea wants more of the same tonight	SP70080

6:00am Friday 18th April 2014

Director of rugby Conor O’Shea has called on Quins fans to roar his men on to the Premiership play-offs as they go big game hunting.

Evans: Quins' Sharks clash is like a cup final

Sutton Guardian: Spot on: Quins fly half Nick Evans is back to his place kicking best after a slow start to the season

1:00pm Friday 11th April 2014

Quins fly-half Nick Evans knows his men are in the Premiership’s last chance saloon.  

Care's revenge mission can boost Quins play-off campaign

Sutton Guardian: Talking point: Quins Danny Care was speaking on behalf of HSBC at the HSBC National Schools Sevens

11:00am Friday 11th April 2014

Danny Care’s summer plans may yet save Harlequins’ Premiership campaign, writes Pippa Field.  

Quins' Brown eyes up French fancies

Sutton Guardian: Welcome back: England full back Mike Brown scored on his return to Quins colours on Saturday

6:00am Friday 4th April 2014

Harlequins full back Mike Brown slipped back into the same old routine on Saturday and knows he must keep up his rich vein of form for more reasons than one.  

Marler: I did not hesitate to pledge future to Quins

Sutton Guardian: Future sorted: Quins prop Joe Marler during Saturday's win over London Irish at the Stoop

3:18pm Wednesday 2nd April 2014

England prop Joe Marler has revealed he never thought of quitting Harlequins before committing his furture to the club for another two seasons.

Quins beat Irish to keep Premiership hopes alive

Sutton Guardian: Making a point: Departing Quins winger Sam Smith scored on Saturday, while his replacement next season Marland Yarde was sin-binned

8:00am Monday 31st March 2014

Tries from fly-half Nick Evans, Sam Smith and Mike Brown helped Harlequins keep their hopes of a top-four Premiership finish alive with victory over  London Irish on Saturday.

O'Shea: Harlequins will fight to the death

Sutton Guardian: Back in harness: Harlequins Mike Brown is back to face London Irish after some time off in the Middle East 	SP80755

8:00am Friday 28th March 2014

Harlequins director of rugby Conor O’Shea has no regrets over resting his England boys providing they fire his team to the Premiership play-offs and the Amlin Cup semi-finals.

Brown gets the nod as RBS Six Nations player of the tournament

Sutton Guardian: Superman: Mike Brown dives to score his second try in the RBS Six Nations win over Italy      Picture: Clive Rose/Getty Images

3:00pm Friday 21st March 2014

Mike Brown has been named as the RBS Six Nations player of the tournament.

Quins' Brown relishing All Black test

Sutton Guardian: Man of the moment: Quins full back Mike Brown has starred for England in the Six Nations

8:00am Monday 17th March 2014

England might have missed out on the Six Nations title, but Harlequins full back Mike Brown is already thinking of the next challenge.

Robshaw learning from bitter Quins experience

Sutton Guardian: Happy days: Chris Robshaw lifts the Triple Crown trophy last Sunday

7:00am Friday 14th March 2014

Skipper Chris Robshaw will draw on his Harlequins memory banks as England go in search of the Six Nations title in Italy tomorrow.  

Care fired up for England clash with Wales

Sutton Guardian: Harlequins will stick to principles for Scarlets trip

4:23pm Thursday 6th March 2014

Harlequins scrum half  Danny Care has warned England will fight fire with fire when Wales come calling at Twickenham on Sunday.  

Quins have Sloan ranger to thank for Warriors win

Sutton Guardian: Try hero: Harry Sloan leaves the Worcester defence trailing to score on his Premiership debut

11:33am Sunday 2nd March 2014

England U20s centre Harry Sloan marked his Aviva Premiership debut with a  try as Harlequins to a narrow 21-20 victory at the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday.

Harlequins have two world records in sight, and a load of cash for Sport Relief

Sutton Guardian: Harlequins have two world records in sight, and a load of cash for Sport Relief

9:37am Friday 28th February 2014

Harlequins will attempt to break two world records on Saturday and help raise crucial funds for Sport Relief.

Quins chief expects few new faces as six re-sign

Sutton Guardian: Staying put: Quins fly half Ben Botica is shaping up as a long-term successor to Nick Evans

11:10am Monday 24th February 2014

Harlequins chief executive David Ellis does not expect many new faces at the Stoop next term because there is no need.

Ex-Quins chief Richards: Falcons survival is non-negotiable, but I want more

Sutton Guardian: Looknig up: Ex-Quins chief Dean Richards has high hopes for his Falcons

7:00am Friday 21st February 2014

Former Harlequins director of rugby Dean Richards may be out to repeat his Stoop success at new club Newcastle Falcons, but top-flight survival at the first attempt will give him no satisfaction.  

O'Shea: Smith will keep giving his all to Quins

Sutton Guardian: Off: Quins winger Sam Smith, right, collects a pass from Tom Casson against Newcastle Falcons on Saturday

5:03pm Tuesday 18th February 2014

Harlequins winger Sam Smith's crucial tries in back-to-back Premiership wins are proof the academy graduate remains commited to the cause, says director of rugby Conor O'Shea.

Battling Quins do just enough to defy old boss Richards

Sutton Guardian: Try baby: Ollie Lindsay-Hague scampers over for Harlequins' opening try against Newcastle Falcons

10:29am Sunday 16th February 2014

Tries from Ollie Lindsay-Hague and Sam Smith, plus a late penalty double from Ben Botica secured Harlequins a vital 18-14 Premiership triumph over struggling Newcastle Falcons.

Fighting spirit key to Quins run in

Sutton Guardian: Battle hardened: Quins winger Ugo Monye is halted by Wasps lock Tom Palmer, with Maurie Fa'asavalu and Jordan Turner Hall in close attendance

6:00am Friday 14th February 2014

Quins director of rugby Conor O’Shea reckons Jordan Turner-Hall’s Premiership return and Sam Smith’s late winner  embody the fighting spirit the club needs for a top four finish.  

Quins' O'Shea sorry to see Guest leave

Sutton Guardian: On his way: Number eight Tom Guest departs Quins with a host of winners medals in his trophy cabinet

10:26am Thursday 13th February 2014

Harlequins director of rugby Conor O'Shea has insisted Tom Guest will always be welcome back at the Stoop after the number eight confirmed a switch to London Irish for next season.

Easter: Quins cannot afford Premiership slip up

Sutton Guardian: Livewire: Scrum half Danny Care was in sensational form for England in their 26-24 Six Nations defeat to France – a game which featured Quins full back Mike Brown’s first international try – and he will be missed on the domestic front     Getty Imag

6:00am Friday 7th February 2014

Number eight Nick Easter is hoping Harlequins have learned from experience and make the next few weeks count.  

Yarde confirms Quins switch as England take Care

Sutton Guardian: Flying in: London Irish winger Marland Yarde today confirmed his switch to Harlequins

1:48pm Thursday 30th January 2014

Director of rugby Conor O’Shea is determined to help Marland Yarde realise his full potential at Harlequins.  

England take Care for France

Sutton Guardian: Harlequins will stick to principles for Scarlets trip

10:43am Thursday 30th January 2014

Harlequins scrum half Danny Care will start England’s Six Nations opener against France.  

Re-Ward for Quin Dave is an England Saxons call-up

Sutton Guardian: England calling: Quins hooker Dave Ward 	SP79064

9:00am Friday 24th January 2014

Harlequins hooker Dave Ward has been rewarded for back-to-back Heineken Cup man of the match awards with an England Saxons call up.

Robshaw gets the nod to lead England out in the Six Nations

Sutton Guardian: Carry on captaining: Chris Robshaw, in action in last year's Six Nations clash with Italy, has been re-appointed as skipper by coach Stuart Lancaster

12:06pm Friday 17th January 2014

Harlequins skipper Chris Robshaw has been re-appointed England captain for the 2014 RBS Six Nations.

Harlequins will stick to principles for Scarlets trip

Sutton Guardian: Harlequins will stick to principles for Scarlets trip

6:00am Friday 17th January 2014

Director of rugby Conor O’Shea insisted Harlequins will learn from their Heineken Cup defeat to Clermont Auvergne and will continue to live and die by their attacking style.  

Quins suffer Heineken Cup heartache

Sutton Guardian: Magic moment: Quins scrum half Danny Care somehow keeps the ball in play and set up Quins' try for Hopper with a clever reverse pass

3:31pm Saturday 11th January 2014

A moment of genius from scrum half Danny Care was not enough to inspire Harlequins as they all but crashed out of the Heineken Cup after a 16-13 defeat to Clermont Auvergne.

Kennedy prepares for his starting bow as Harlequins face up to ASM Clermont Auvergne

Sutton Guardian: Experience tells: Nick Kennedy in action for London Irish

9:00am Saturday 11th January 2014

Nick Kennedy will make his senior starting debut when Harlequins take on ASM Clermont Auvergne in round five of the Heineken Cup tomorrow at the Twickenham Stoop

Quins style can test European giants whatever the weather

Sutton Guardian: Up and running: Quins centre Matt Hopper was impressive in the Big Game Six win over Exeter Chiefs at Twickenham stadium in December

8:00am Friday 10th January 2014

Centre Matt Hopper reckons the Quins style of play can keep the club on course for the Heineken Cup quarter finals.  








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