Oxford Harlequins Rugby Football Club

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Oxford Harlequins Rugby Football Club is a rugby union club based in Oxford.


The club was formed in 1996 following the merger of Oxford Marathons and Oxford Old Boys rugby clubs. The mission was to improve the standard of Oxford and Oxfordshire rugby. Oxford Harlequins are now the only club in the City of Oxford.

With Oxford RFC sees the formation of the Oxford Rugby Partnership which is developing a rugby centre of excellence at the joint facility in the village of North Hinksey in Oxford. The Oxford Rugby Partnership field five men's sides and a Minis & Junior section. An Academy has also been set up with the sponsorship of the Grange Mill Developments aimed at the 16–19 year age group.

The team plays in the South West One East. Training is on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and matches are played on Saturdays throughout the season.

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