2010 Harlequins Rugby League season
|2010 Harlequins Rugby League season|
|Super League XV Rank||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|
|Head coach||Brian McDermott|
Harlequins RL 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.
|11||Wakefield Trinity Wildcats||27||9||0||18||539||741||−202||18|
|12||Salford City Reds||27||8||0||19||448||857||−409||16|
|Teams qualifying for the Play-offs|
Classification: 1st on competition points; 2nd on match points difference.
Competition points: for win = 2; for draw = 1; for loss = 0.
Results and fixtures
Super League XV
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.