Harlequins Ladies vs Bristol Ladies

/Harlequins Ladies vs Bristol Ladies

Harlequins Ladies vs Bristol Ladies

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Results

TeamTriesPenaltiesConversionsBPPoints
Harlequins Ladies92149
Bristol Bears Women2112

Review

TEAM NEWS | QUINS MAKE EIGHT CHANGES FOR BRISTOL LADIES AT THE STOOP

HARLEQUINS LADIES HAS ANNOUNCED THE TEAM TO TAKE ON BRISTOL LADIES IN ROUND 5 OF THE TYRRELL’S PREMIER 15’S TOMORROW, KICK-OFF 15:00

Gary Street and Karen Findlay have made eight changes to the team that beat DMP Sharks two weeks ago.

Scotland International Debbie McCormack starts in the Second Row, with Davinia Catlin starting at Hooker.

The backs have had a shuffle around with Captain Rachael Burford starting at Fly Half, Natasha Bradshaw and Holly Myers on the Wing with Laura Dowsett and Fiona Pocock at Centre. Jess Wooden moves to Full Back.

New signing, Sweden Captain Tove Viksten is amongst the replacements who is looking at making her first appearance for Harlequins.

Tomorrow’s match see’s the first of three being played at The Stoop this season with tickets still available to purchase here. Tickets are £10 for Adults and £5 for Juniors. This match is also included in the 2017/18 membership with tickets to be claimed through the ticket office or members can scan their membership cards on the gate.

Details

Date Time League Season
21/10/2017 3:00 pm Premier 15s 2017-18

Venue

The Stoop
Twickenham Stoop Stadium, Langhorn Dr, Twickenham, Middlesex TW2 7SX, UK
By |2017-10-21T19:26:23+00:00October 21st, 2017|0 Comments

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