NEC Harlequins continued their support of local junior rugby when four of the squad visited KCS Old Boys rugby club in New Malden last week to donate a brand new pitch kit.
Andrew Mehrtens, Aston Croall, George Robson and Mark Lambert were there to hand over the new post protectors and flags.
"In the recent past, Quins have worked well together with KCS Old Boys and donating this new kit to the club helps to cement the relationship even further," said Mehrtens.
The Quins players also took with them the Guinness Premiership trophy, which allowed some of the junior members of the club an opportunity to have their photo taken with the much coveted prize in the English club game. Indeed, Mehrtens refused to rule out Quins getting their hands on the prize in May.
"It's a great opportunity for some of the club's youngsters to see the trophy. If Quins keep winning and if a few other results go our way, there is a chance we may get into the Guinness Premiership semi-finals and so have a shot at the title."
During week commencing 22nd April Harlequins will launch an innovative, new Membership Scheme which will replace the existing Season Ticket Holder Programme. Further details of the scheme will be announced in due course.