Senior Rugby

Quins excelling in World Rugby

Wallaby Rob Valetini & Samoa's Afa Amosa

Posted:
May 5, 2020

Author:
Brock Parker

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Whilst we all wait to get back on the field to play rugby, a number of former Harlequin players have been plying their trade at the professional level doing the club proud. 

At Test level, former Junior and 2011 & 2012 1st Grade player Afa Amosa represented Samoa at the Japan World Cup, tragically...

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Wheelchair Rugby - Season Launch

Posted:
Mar 14, 2018

Author:
Martin Fuggle

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Since its inclusion to the Paralympic Games in 2000, wheelchair rugby’s popularity has taken off worldwide. Australia is currently ranked no.1 in the world by the International Wheelchair Rugby Federation and Victoria proudly fielded seven of the twelve players who won gold at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games. Played on a hardwood...

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Pre-Season Training Start

Posted:
Dec 27, 2017

Author:
Brock Parker

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Quins Senior 2018 pre-season training will commence on Tuesday 16th January at 6.45pm at the club's home field on Power Avenue, Ashwood. New players to the club are encouraged to attend and join in with players from last season. Training will continue every Tuesday and Thursday night from this date on and is for all: 

  • Senior men's...
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Victorian Wheelchair Rugby Classic

Posted:
Sep 29, 2017

Author:
Martin Fuggle

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The Victorian Wheelchair Rugby Challenge will take place in Frankston as part of the Frankston Festival of rugby to be held on 6th - 7th October, 2017. The format of the competition is a club team challenge with four Victorian clubs as well one team from New South Wales. There will be a couple exhibition games where all our...

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2017 Dewar Shield & VRU Awards

Posted:
Aug 22, 2017

Author:
Martin Fuggle

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Harlequins completed an undefeated season with a 38-20 victory over Melbourne Unicorns in the Dewar Shield Grand Final at Box Hill on Saturday. The victory was Quins 4th premiership in five years and provided a measure of redemption for a number of players who had lost to the same opponents in last year's Grand Final by a single point....

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