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Quins see off Bath to end losing streak

England prop Kyle Sinckler was among the try scorers as Harlequins claimed their first Aviva Premiership victory of 2018 with a hard-fought 20-5 success over Bath.

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All Blacks, Quins agree 'cooperation' deal

The Stoop could become the go-to destination for All Blacks seeking a year abroad after Harlequins signed a "cooperation agreement" with New Zealand Rugby (NZR).

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Falcons end 18-year wait for win at Quins

Sinoti Sinoti celebrated his new contract by scoring Newcastle's fourth and final try in a 28-10 win over Harlequins, their first Aviva Premiership victory at the Stoop in almost 18 years.

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Toomua maintains Tigers' playoff hopes

Leicester maintained their hopes of a 14th consecutive appearance in the end-of-season playoffs with a 33-18 win over Harlequins in the Aviva Premiership at Welford Road.

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Quins falter against 14-man Wasps

Despite playing 63 minutes with 14 men, Wasps left the Stoop with an emphatic 44-22 victory over Harlequins.

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Quins edge closer to Anglo-Welsh semifinal

Scrum-half Dave Lewis inspired Harlequins to a 35-7 win over Scarlets and helped his side put one foot into the semi-finals of the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

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Exclusive: Robshaw driven by Jones' great expectations

All those qualities England head coach Eddie Jones desires are personified by Chris Robshaw; the man who has weathered everything English rugby has endured and enjoyed over the last six years.

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La Rochelle top Pool 1 with win

Champions Cup novices La Rochelle are through to the quarterfinals at the first attempt as winners of Pool 1 but a spirited Harlequins performance prevented them from getting a home tie.

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Kingston, Mapletoft extend Harlequins contracts

Harlequins director of rugby John Kingston has extended his contract at the Aviva Premiership side along with Mark Mapletoft and Graham Rowntree.

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Haskell sees red as Wasps' Euro hopes fade

James Haskell was sent off for a dangerous tackle as Wasps collapsed to a dramatic 33-28 defeat by Harlequins that all but ends their European Champions Cup quest.

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Smith signs first pro deal with Harlequins

Harlequins fly-half Marcus Smith has signed his first professional deal with the club after a breakout year that has seen him rise from the club's academy to first choice No. 10.

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68dESPN Staff

Marler to miss start of Six Nations

Harlequins prop Joe Marler will miss England's first two games of the 2018 Six Nations after he was handed a six-week ban for a challenge during his side's defeat to Sale on Saturday.

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Marler to learn Six Nations fate Tuesday

Joe Marler will discover his Six Nations fate Tuesday evening after the Harlequins prop and Sale back row TJ Ioane were both called to appear in front of a disciplinary panel.

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Sent off Marler a doubt for England's 6N start

Joe Marler has the backing of Harlequins director of rugby John Kingston despite a red card which could cost the England prop the start of his Six Nations campaign.

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Marler sees red as Quins pipped by Sale

Joe Marler's sending-off proved pivotal as Faf de Klerk's late penalty helped Sale Sharks secure a 30-29 victory over 14-man Harlequins at the AJ Bell Stadium.

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78dMartyn Thomas

Contrasting day for Smith, Hartley in front of Jones

England coach Eddie Jones received a warm welcome when he appeared on the big screen at Twickenham, and he may well have left a crazy game with two players -- Marcus Smith and Dylan Hartley -- dominating his thoughts.

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78dMartyn Thomas

Quins hand Saints humbling defeat

Alan Gaffney will have little doubt about the size of the task facing him at Northampton Saints following their 50-21 Aviva Premiership defeat to Harlequins at Twickenham.

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Newcastle hold firm to edge out Quins

Newcastle held off Harlequins to edge an 11-10 victory in their Aviva Premiership clash at a packed Kingston Park.

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Kingston: Quins mindful of further battles to fight

Harlequins' director of rugby John Kingston insisted his team were mindful of other battles they have yet to fight after their 52-24 defeat to Ulster in the Champions Cup and though their bonus point is ultimately meaningless Kingston was happy to see his

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94dESPN Staff

CC team news: Quins without star trio

The Champions Cup is set for another enthralling weekend of action as the return legs of the double headers are played and pools continue to take shape.

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Ulster beat Quins at a snowy Stoop

Harlequins' hopes of progression to the Champions Cup quarter-finals were virtually extinguished as they crashed to a third-consecutive defeat in Europe, a 17-5 loss at home to Ulster.

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Late tries seal dramatic Quins victory

Two tries in the final 10 minutes at the Stoop gave Harlequins a dramatic 20-19 Aviva Premiership victory over Saracens.

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109dESPN Staff

Chisholm handed three-week ban

Harelquins flanker James Chisholm has been banned for three weeks by the RFU for a challenge during Saturday's 38-14 defeat at Bath.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Champions Cup

  • HQUIN15th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Saracens : 24 Tries Scored
  • HQUIN18th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Leinster : 83 Points Difference