23 May 13
Harlequins confirmed today (23rd May) that Chris Brooker is leaving the club to join Worcester Warriors.
Harlequins Academy Coach, Howard Graham, says:
"Sevens is a naturally exciting game, with a result every 14 minutes. It is fast, aggressive and flowing, so fans are constantly entertained.
"Not only will the players want to perform well as a team but also as individuals. There are selections to be made for the pre-season games, which lead into the Premiership games, and this is the first time the players will have the chance to put their hands up for one of those places.
"Last year's J.P Morgan Sevens was not only strongly contested but also great fun. The crowd really got behind the teams and there was a great atmosphere, especially at the Stoop where we will hopefully be contesting this year's final."
JP Morgan Asset Management Premiershp Rugby 7s Series, Friday 15th July.
1930 Quins v Bath (1st game)
2025 Exeter v Quins (2nd Game)
2120 Quins v London Irish (3rd Game)
1. Chris York / Back row / England U20
2. Jack Clifford / Back row / England U18
3. Charlie Walker / Wing / England U19
4. Ollie Lindsay-Hague / Full back / England sevens
5. Howard Graham / Player & coach / England sevens
6. Sam Smith / Wing / England U20
7. Joe Trayfoot / Back row / England U18
8. Miles Mantella / Wing
9. Luke Wallace / Back Row
10. Ross Chisholm / Full-Back / England U18
11. Henry Taylor / Scrum-Half / England U18 (S & C)
12. Ben Urdapiletta / Fly Half / Argentina
Tickets are just £5 for children and £10 for adults, so get down the M4 this Friday and cheer on Quins!