2010 Harlequins Rugby League season

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2010 Harlequins Rugby League season
Super League XV 14th
Play-off result To be decided
Challenge Cup Fourth round
2010 record Wins: 1; Draws: 0; Losses: 9
Points scored For: 122; Against: 331
Team information
Chairman David Hughes
Head coach Brian McDermott
Captain
Stadium The Stoop
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Harlequins Rugby League enter their 30th season of rugby league in 2010, their 5th year under the name Harlequins after being previously known as London Broncos, London Crusaders and Fulham FC. They will be in contention for the Super League, in its 15th season and the 2010 Challenge Cup.

Table[edit]

Team Pld W D L PF PA PD Pts
1 Wigancolours.svg Wigan Warriors 27 22 0 5 922 411 +511 44
2 Saintscolours.svg St Helens 27 20 0 7 946 547 +399 40
3 Wolvescolours.svg Warrington Wolves 27 20 0 7 885 488 +397 40
4 Rhinoscolours.svg Leeds Rhinos 27 17 1 9 725 561 +164 35
5 Giantscolours.svg Huddersfield Giants 27 16 1 10 758 439 +319 33
6 Hullcolours.svg Hull FC 27 16 0 11 569 584 −15 32
7 HKRcolours.svg Hull KR 27 14 1 12 653 632 +21 29
8 Cruscolours.svg Crusaders RL 27 12 0 15 547 732 −185 24
9 Castleford colours.svg Castleford Tigers 27 11 0 16 648 766 −118 22
10 Bullscolours.svg Bradford Bulls 27 9 1 17 528 728 −200 19
11 Wcatscolours.svg Wakefield 27 9 0 18 539 741 −202 18
12 Redscolours.svg Salford City Reds 27 8 0 19 448 857 −409 16
13 Quinscolours.svg Harlequins RL 27 7 0 20 494 838 −344 14
14 Catalanscolours.svg Catalans Dragons 27 6 0 21 409 747 −338 12
  Teams qualifying for the Play-offs
  Harlequins

Source: superleague.co.uk.
Classification: 1st on competition points; 2nd on match points difference.
Competition points: for win = 2; for draw = 1; for loss = 0.

Results and fixtures[edit]

Super League XV[edit]

Round 3[edit]

Harlequins10–18 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

Quins season got off to a disappointing start with defeat to Wakefield at home in a scrappy, penalty-ridden game. Daryl Millard put the away side in the lead on the 12th minute, but Ben Jones-Bishop got Quins back in the game with an unconverted score. The game continued its "you score, we score" pattern as Ben Jeffries and Jones-Bishop exchanged scores, but it was up to young winger Aaron Murphy to settle matters in the 56th minute. Both sides ended the game with 12 men as Louis McCarthy-Scarsbrook and Richard Moore were sent off for fighting.[1]

2010 squad[edit]

No Name Position Previous club
1 Chris Melling Full-back Wigan Warriors
2 Jon Wells Wing Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
3 Tony Clubb Centre Greenwich Admirals
4 David Howell Centre Canberra Raiders
5 Will Sharp Wing Harlequins RL
6 Luke Dorn Stand-off Castleford Tigers
7 Danny Orr Scrum-half Wigan Warriors
8 Karl Temata Prop New Zealand Warriors
9 Chad Randall Hooker Manly Sea Eagles
10 Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook Prop Harlequins RL
11 Luke Williamson Second-row Manly Sea Eagles
13 Rob Purdham Lock Whitehaven RLFC
14 Oliver Wilkes Prop Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
15 Ben Kaye Hooker Leeds Rhinos
16 Jason Golden Second-row Wakefield Trinity Wildcats
17 Danny Ward Prop Hull KR
18 Ryan Esders Second-row Hull KR
20 Andy Ellis Hooker Barrow Raiders
21 Luke Gale Scrum-half Doncaster RLFC
22 Jamie O'Callaghan Wing Harlequins RL
23 Luke May Centre Harlequins RL
24 Dave Williams Prop Harlequins RL
25 Lamont Bryan Centre Harlequins RL
26 Ben Jones-Bishop Full-back Leeds Rhinos
27 Ben Jones Prop Leeds Rhinos
28 Ben Bolger Second-row St Albans Centurions
29 Adam Janowski Prop Harlequins RL

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Harlequins RL 10–18 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats". superleague.co.uk. 30 January 2010. Archived from the original on 1 February 2010. Retrieved 30 January 2010.