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In celebration of Harlequins’ 150th Anniversary year, the Club will host an exciting exhibition match with the world famous Maori All-Blacks at The Twickenham Stoop this November as well as an evening with former All Blacks Nick Evans (Harlequins fly-half) and Sean Fitzpatrick (Harlequins Non-Executive Director) at The Alexandra Pub, Clapham Common.

The Maori’s represent the proud culture of New Zealand and were the first to wear the famous black jersey. All players must have Maori genealogy to be able to represent the side.

They’ve been around since 1888 and have conquered many international teams including the British and Irish Lions. The Maoris last met Harlequins at Twickenham Stadium in 1926, on that day Harlequins emerged 5-11 victors.

Many notable All Blacks have represented the Maori All Blacks including Carlos Spencer, Piri Weepu, Aaron Smith, Bruce Reihana, Zac Guildford, Carl Hayman, Luke McAlister, Liam Messam, Hosea Gear and former Harlequin Zinzan Brooke.

The match will conclude the Maori All Blacks’ northern hemisphere tour which will see them play the USA Eagles in Chicago’s Toyota Park, Munster at Thomond Park and Harlequins.

Harlequins v Maori All Blacks – Wednesday 16 November, kicks-off at 19:45

Tickets start from £15.20 for adult Members and £7.20 for junior Members, while general sale tickets start from £19.00 for adults and £9.00 for children, please click here to purchase, or call 020 8410 6000.


Harlequins to face Maori All Blacks next month at The Stoop
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