The Club

First beer from the tap

Posted:
Apr 7, 2017

Author:
Webmaster

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Beer is now on tap at the club. Thanks to the efforts of Rosie, members of the club will now be able to have a much wider choice of beers and not only the bottled beer that we have had to date. Rosie has worked hard with Lion Nathan to get a deal for the club that saw new taps and lines placed in the club and together with Dante was...

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Quins Jackets and Balls to Fiji

Posted:
Oct 18, 2016

Author:
wnreiaglhet

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In March of this year cyclone Winston devastated the Northern islands of Fiji and you will recall that we decided to donate our returned rain jackets to the children of Taveuni in Fiji. Finn Gough also raised around $2,500 at his school, which they decided to put towards buying sporting equipment including rugby, netball, volley and...

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Quins 2016 VRU Club Champions

Posted:
Sep 21, 2016

Author:
Brock Parker

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For the first time since 1998 the club has won the VRU Club Championship – the Cowper Shield, for the most club championship points across all junior and senior grades. The object of the Cowper Shield award is to encourage Clubs to recruit and field as many teams as possible, with the ultimate goal of growing the game within Victoria. ...

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U13 Premiers, U12 Go Down

U13 Premiers

Posted:
Sep 20, 2016

Author:
Brock Parker

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The Juniors had one win an one loss in the Grand Finals played on 10th September down at Southern Districts.

The Under 13 team ran out winners 55-5 over Melbourne to claim both the Minor and Major Premierships. It was a shaky start with Melbourne scoring first to take the early lead but after that Harlequins maintained...

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Help support our wheelchair...

Wayne Rudland with Antonio Vecchio, captain of the Harlequins team

Posted:
Aug 31, 2016

Author:
Martin Fuggle

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What is wheelchair rugby?

Wheelchair rugby is a mixed team sport for people with quadriplegia or loss of function in three limbs. Teams of four take the court and incorporate skills from basketball, handball and rugby to move the ball and score. It is a full-contact sport; players use their chairs to block and...

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