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Gustard fears for clubs after RFU suspends all rugby
Paul Gustard has described how the suspension of the Gallagher Premiership could have serious financial implications for a number of teams across the country.
Drive-Thru Training for Quins
The backroom staff at The Stoop have provided each player with individual fitness packages in a way to keep up fitness levels while the season is suspended due to COVID-19.
Quins Statement on Coronavirus
Quins were set to take part in The Premiership Rugby Cup Final at the AJ Bell Stadium on Sunday.
Slump Must End
Quins need to put in the hard yards says boss Paul Gustard after they fell to a 19-12 defeat away at Bath.
Booth Flees Nest
Ospreys have named Quins asssitanct coach Toby Booth as the new head coach on a three-year deal, starting in the summer of 2020.
Ahead of the 2021/22 Gallagher Premiership season physical Fijian second row Tevita Cavubati has extended his contract with Qions.
Quins have been busy retaining players reday for a 2020-21 Premiership season without Sarries so we have Will Collier and Alex Dombrandt joining Joe Marler in committing to the club.
New Boss for Quins
We have a new man at the helm in the shape of former Wolverhampton Wanderers Chief Exec Laurie Dalrymple..
Kingston on Sarries
Only one story on the go at the moment and that is the fact that Sarries have been called to account for their "interpretation" of the salary cap. Everyone is expressing their opinion but nobody has made a better contributrion than our former DoR John Kingston whose thoughts can be found on iNews.
Long Makes The Difference
Sean Long’s switch of codes to Quins as assistant manager caused something of a stir but Paul Gustard believes it could be a real benefit for the side, particularly 20-year-old fly-half Marcus Smith.