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International hockey will return to the Twickenham Stoop this June when England take on the Netherlands in the FIH Hockey Pro League.

International hockey will return to the Twickenham Stoop this June when England take on the Netherlands in the FIH Hockey Pro League.

It will be three years since Big Stadium Hockey made its first appearance at the home of Quins and the pitch turned blue. Back in 2019 Great Britain won both matches, so it's a return to winning turf.

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Richmond Gymnastics are offering a free taster session for children in primary school with a disability and/or additional needs on 4th April. As well as producing World medallists, Richmond Gymnastics provides Disability and Inclusion gymnastics offering children the chance to get involved with sport activities.

They are also keen to talk to organisations working with special needs children to open up further opportunities for children to take part in sport.

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Credit: JMP/Juan Gasparini for @harlequins.

Harlequins defeated Bristol Bears at a loud and wet Ashton Gate to secure all five points keeping the side from South West London third in the Gallagher Premiership.

Quins started the game at a rate of knots and were knocking on the Bristol Bears door immediately, scoring the first points of the game after a stunning finish in the corner from in-form Cadan Murley. Will Edwards slotted the conversion from out wide to give the side from South West London a seven-point lead.

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Credit: JMP/Juan Gasparini for @harlequins.

Harlequins secured their third-place spot in the Gallagher Premiership this weekend with a bonus-point win at Sixways Stadium under the Friday night lights. The first time the Londoners had won away to Worcester in the league since 2016.

Despite early efforts, two knock-ons in contact by young lock Hugh Tizard, paired with some nifty breakdown work from Worcester's Tongan number eight Sione Vailanu, put paid to any chance of an early Quins score, with Oscar Beard and Tyrone Green threatening in the wider channels with some deadly footwork.

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Credit: JMP/Juan Gasparini for @harlequins.

As the remaining impact of Storm Eunice passed by Twickenham, Harlequins hosted top four Gallagher Premiership rivals Wasps in the Club's third annual LGBTQ+ Pride match.

The visitors suffered an early blow in South West London, with starting hooker Tom Cruse forced from the field due to injury within the first minute of play.

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