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Media advisory: Harlequins 150th season and kit launch

Harlequins would like to invite members of the media to Hampstead Cricket Club on Friday 1st July as the Club launches its 150th season and unveils its anniversary shirt, designed by adidas.

Starting life in 1866 as Hampstead Football Club before changing its name to Harlequin FC two years later, the Club ranks among the six oldest clubs in England.

Returning to the birthplace of the Club, those in attendance and available for interview include Chief Executive David Ellis, Director of Rugby John Kingston, Forwards Coach Graham Rowntree and the following senior players George Lowe and Netani Talei alongside Academy players Archie White and Josh Ibuanokpe.

Location:  Hampstead Cricket Club / Cumberland Lawn Tennis Club, 25 Alvanley Gardens, Hampstead, London, NW6 1JD

Format:
08:00: Arrival and breakfast served
08:30: Welcome from David Ellis, Harlequins CEO
08:45: 2016/17 Harlequins 150th season kit launch
09:00: adidas representative to provide inspiration behind the kit
09:10: Interviews begin
09:30: Interviews finish and event ends

Please confirm your attendance to Imogen.gaunt@quins.co.uk no later than 17:00 Wednesday 29th June.
 

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