# Harlequins

This year
# Champions Cup
La Rochelle complete clean sweep to qualify, Harlequins hold off Sharks to advance
Hooker George McGuigan scored two tries as Gloucester also made the last 16.
# winning ways
Northampton snap losing run ahead of Thomond Park trip to face Munster
The win over Harlequins sees Northampton move up to fifth in the Premiership.
Last year
# Top Flight
Saracens hold off Harlequins fightback to celebrate return to Premiership final
Saracens overcame the defending champions in an intense semi-final despite being reduced to 13 men at one stage during the final quarter.
# Bonkers
Agony for Smith with late kick as Montpellier pip Quins in thrilling clash
The second leg at the Stoop was relentlessly entertaining.
# happy place
'I went to Barcelona and spent €2,500. That's the kind of release I was living for'
Niall Saunders retired from professional rugby at the age of 22 and is better for it.
All time
# Business
'A lot of coaches now want choir boys... They just don't want to manage people'
John Andress is now a rugby agent after playing for Exeter, Harlequins, Worcester, Munster, and Connacht.
# belief
Quins seal stunning Premiership title after sensational final win over Exeter
Jerry Flannery is a key part of the Quins’ coaching team.
# Mighty Quins
Harlequins overturn 28-point deficit at Bristol to reach final after extra time
Jerry Flannery’s Quins are into the Premiership final for the first time since 2012 where they will meet Exeter who beat Sale 40-30.
# browned off
Mike Brown’s Harlequins career is over after failed appeal against suspension
The Newcastle-bound 35-year-old was sent off for stamping on the head of Wasps hooker Tommy Taylor at Twickenham Stoop on 9 May.
# Premature end
Mike Brown's Harlequins career over following six-week ban for head stamp
The punishment means the 35-year-old will miss out on the play-offs if the club are involved.
# Potential
'I'd love to see him play Test rugby' - Michael Lowry continues to shine
The 22-year-old Ulster playmaker scored a cracking try against Harlequins on Sunday.
# billy
Ulster boosted by Burns' return for do-or-die clash with Harlequins
Star men Iain Henderson and Marcell Coetzee are missing from the match day squad but Quins have rested nine key players including Joe Marler and Danny Care.
# Irish Abroad
'The Pro14 hasn't been competitive outside the Irish teams. It's the worst I have seen it'
Former Munster man Jerry Flannery is now in charge of the Harlequins defence.
# masterclass
Zebo scores one of seven tries as Racing thrash Harlequins in London
Racing have achieved maximum points from the first two rounds.
# Unacceptable
'It was quite clearly a tactic' - Munster fume at late tackles on Ben Healy
Johann van Graan was not happy about the two late shots on the 21-year-old out-half.
# Job Done
Coombes try on European debut helps Munster to win over Harlequins
The southern province scored two tries in wet conditions at Thomond Park.
# Battle lines
The Premiership is a land of hype and glory and Munster will prove that
Munster’s consistency in Europe over the last 10 years has been disregarded. They are good enough to reach another semi-final.
# Inside track
Flannery looks to add 'steely edge' to Quins pack as they visit Thomond Park
The Premiership side have been impressed by some of the province’s young players.
# suspended
Quins centre Esterhuizen to miss Munster clash after ban for striking with elbow
The South Africa international was sent off against Gloucester last weekend.
# Irish Abroad
'I loved coaching with Munster. I just felt the time was right to move on'
Jerry Flannery is back in the professional game as lineout coach with Premiership club Harlequins.
# New Challenge
Scrum-half Stafford joins Premiership club Harlequins after leaving Munster
The 23-year-old has signed on for the rest of the 2019/20 Premiership season.
# Irish Abroad
Ex-Ireland U20 prop Trenier signs for Premiership club Harlequins
The 26-year-old tighthead has spent the past three seasons in the Championship.
# the deuce
Battle for Ireland hooker spot 'wide open' -- Jerry Flannery
The new Harlequins forwards coach hopes to see a stand-out emerge after Rory Best’s exit last year.
# specialist
Jerry Flannery joins Premiership club Harlequins as lineout coach
The 41-year-old left his role as forwards coach of Munster last year.
# Finances
'Something has to change' - Harlequins back salary cap reduction in Premiership
Reports in the UK suggest a deal has already been agreed.
# statement
'We are disappointed at the level of sanction applied' - Harlequins on Joe Marler ban
The England prop was handed a 10-week ban for grabbing Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones’ genitals.
'Sexuality does not affect your athletic performance... We don't want people taking their own life'
Marc Leckie of the Harlequins Foundation talks to The42 about their research into the use of homophobic language in sport.
# World Class
Pat Lam's Bristol announce signing of England and Lions prop Sinckler
The 26-year-old will make the move from Harlequins this summer.
# Footballer
Cooney keeping Kobe Bryant's words in mind as Six Nations hype builds
The 29-year-old Ulster scrum-half scored another two tries on Friday against Harlequins.
# In form
'It's one week after another' - Cooney continues to shine for McFarland's Ulster
The scrum-half’s superb form rolled on last night in London.
# on fire
Classy Cooney hammers home Six Nations claim as Ulster notch win away to Quins
The scrum-half provided 19 of Ulster’s points in a stunning display in London.
Harlequins v Ulster, European Rugby Champions Cup
Dan McFarland’s ran in five tries to pick up a bonus-point win at the Twickenham Stoop.
# Changes
Kiwi flyer Faddes comes into Ulster team to visit Harlequins tomorrow
Kieran Treadwell starts in the second row in the only other change to Dan McFarland’s starting XV.
# European Affairs
Jacob Stockdale moves to 15 for Ulster's showdown with Harlequins
Craig Gilroy has been included on the wing as Stockdale covers for the suspended Will Addison.
# Premiership
Lam's Bristol held by Kidney's 14-man Irish in thrilling finish
London Irish battled to claim a draw at Bristol Bears despite seeing Ollie Hoskins sent off on the stroke of half-time.
# Premiership
Quins land prolific Fijian Goneva after Newcastle's relegation
The 35-year-old will continue to play Premiership rugby next season.
# New Deals
Scarlets trio sign new contracts after Wales' impressive Grand Slam heroics
The Scarlets have signed up Wales trio Jonathan Davies, Ken Owens and Rob Evans to new deals.
# On the Move
Argentina scrum-half to join Harlequins after World Cup
Martin Landajo is on his way to the Premiership.
# Premiership
Exeter halt Sarries' long unbeaten run to go top, Tigers stop the rot
Saracens had not suffered defeat since April, but they were soundly beaten at Sandy Park this afternoon.
# Retirement
'The anxiety I would get would manifest itself' - Joe Marler reaffirms he never tried to incur an England ban
Marler said that comments he recently made about looking for an “easy way out” of England duty were taken out of context.