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Harlequins

Down to earth: Harlequins Nick Easter has been left out of the England 31-man squad for the Rugby World Cup             Picture: Getty Images

Rugby World Cup: Harlequins quartet make England cut, but “gutted” Easter is out

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Impact: Jason Leonard has backed Joe Marler to use the World Cup to stake a claim for a place on the 2017 British & Irish Lions tour of New Zealand

Rugby Union: World Cup legend hails the Marler impact

Role model: Quins' Danny Care has had his ups and downs in the past, but has grown up at the Stoop

Rugby Union: Care honoured to claim Quins captaincy

Ready and waiting: Nick Easter celebrates England's win over Wales in this year's Six Nations   Pictures: Getty Images

World Cup: Easter gets backing from Quins clubmate Care

Back once again: Quins hero Chris Robshaw is back in England colours this weekend

World Cup: Quins' quintet named in latest England squad

Still pushing: Quins' Danny Care did not have the greatest season for club and country last term, but he is still in the hunt for the World Cup

Rugby Union: Quins' Care still pushing to be England's starting nine for World Cup

Flashback: Action of the inaugural Premiership sevens tournament at the Stoop in 2010

Rugby Union: Quins ready for sevens lift off

Giving back: Quins coach Tom Williams

Rugby Union: Quins wing Williams confirmed as Esher coach

Leader: Chris Robshaw dishes out the instructions to his England team-mates as coach Stuart Lancaster looks on

Harlequins: Robshaw does not get the credit he deserves, says England legend

Work in progress: Director of rugby Conor O'Shea is confident he can turn Mathew Luamanu in to a big performer at Quins

Rugby Union: Luamanu needs time to become finished Quins article

Work to do: Quins winger Marland Yarde is hoping he has found his form in time to make the World Cup cut

Rugby Union: Marland will have to put in hard Yarde-s to make England cut

Last time out: Danny Care has not worn an England shirt in anger since the autumn international against South Africa

Harlequins: World Cup hero can see an open door for he who Cares

Calling time: Harlequins Jordan Turner-Hall will be missed at the Stoop

Harlequins: Injury forces 'special person' Turner-Hall to call it a day

Challenges: Harry Sloan wants the starting jersey at Quins, but he has some tough competition

Harlequins: Sloan excited by the blockage ahead

Frontrunner: Harlequins Joe Marler is lined up for the England loosehead spot when the World Cup starts later this year

Harlequins: Marler has come of age says England counterpart

All hands on deck: Jack Clifford stepped up in style from the academy last term and more will need to follow suit this time around

Rugby Union: Much expected of Quins youngsters this term

Times were tough: Quins winger Marland Yarde has revealed he has had to work hard to get back in to the England reckoning

Rugby Union: Quins' Yarde determined to land World Cup berth after Six Nations snub

Back then: former Harlequins winger Ugo Monye scores for England against Fiji at Twickenham stadium in 2012

Rugby Union: England get first glance of Fiji at Stoop

Big names: Harlequins' capture of Jamie Roberts will address the club's shortcomings in midfield

Rugby Union: Harlequins' recruitment mistakes have cost club dear

Passionate: Dave Ward believes rugby is a sport for the future

Rugby Union: Quins hooker Ward believes in power of rugby

Speedster: Jordan Burns has appeared for Harlequins more in the shortened format of the game

Harlequins: Burns can make Bedford Blues' number nine shirt his own

Found him: Harlequins Joe Trayfoot, left, and Ross Chisholm catch up with the Shaun the Sheep in London

Harlequins: Chisholm and Trayfoot face up to formidable opponent

Rising star: Harlequins back rower Jack Clifford has impressed many this term, including England coach Stuart Lancaster

Harlequins: Clifford gets England call

Not surprised by Easter: England captain Chris Robshaw

Harlequins: Robshaw backs Easter for World Cup call

Bang in form: Harlequins Nick Easter has played the best rugby of his career in the past few seasons

Harlequins: Veteran Easter makes first cut for World Cup

Presence: Jamie Roberts will add plenty of much needed grunt in the Quins midfield as he challenges himself to become a better player

Harlequins: Roberts will give Quins big game edge says O'Shea

Strong stuff: Quins centre Tom Casson makes a break and off-loads in a European Callenge Cup clash with I Estra at the Stoop in 2010

Harlequins: Casson feels heat of Roberts arrival and quits for Yorkshire Carnegie

Confident: England captain Chris Robshaw is pleased with the way his side is shaping up for the World Cup

RUGBY UNION: Attacking flair is final piece in England jigsaw, says skipper Robshaw

On the up: Number eight Jack Clifford has impressed all this term

Harlequins: Clifford cleans up at Quins awards

Gone but not forgotten: Quins winger Tom Williams has called time on his playing career and will take up a coaching role at the club

Harlequins: Williams admits to having regrets as he calls time on Quins career

Thanks for the memory: Winger Aseli Tikoirotuma runs in his 70-yard interception try against Leinster in December

Harlequins: Tikoirotuma joins Quins exodus after one season at the Stoop

On his way: Prop Darryl Marfo will join Quins next season

Harlequins: Marfo makes the move to Welsh

Breaking new ground: Quins chief exec David Ellis

Harlequins: US tour breaks new ground on familiar territory for Quins

Triumphant: Isabel Atkins, fourth from left, with her victorious Richmond team-mates

ATHLETICS: Wherefore art thou Romeo? ask Richmond girls

Proud moment: Former Weybridge Vandals youngster James Gulliver, centre, with his extended Vandals family

Harlequins:Quins youngster keen to remember Vandals roots

Out cold: Mike Brown has not recovered fully from the concussion suffered during the Six Nations win over Italy                    Getty Images

O’Shea: Brown needs more recovery time

Tough times: Conor O'Shea is beefing up his back line

Harlequins: Roberts switch rumours cool as O'Shea signs up Samoan centre

Pole position: England’s Mike Brown might not have lifted the Six Nations trophy last week, but he is the man in possession when it comes to filling his country’s full back shirt at the forthcoming World Cup

Harlequins: Brown may have missed out on Six Nations title, but World Cup is next

Development work: Quins head coach John Kingston knows he has work to do with Owen Evans

Harlequins: Ambitious Evans makes Stoop switch

Short service: Director of rugby Conor O'Shea might be pleased to bring in Tim Visser next season, but he could do with front row cover now

Harlequins: Stretched Quins suffer Sinckler blow

Support is key: Chris Robshaw wants the level of support at Twickenham on Saturday to be replicated come the World Cup

Harlequins: Twickenham support will be key to England at World Cup

Delighted: Quins director of rugby Conor O'Shea

Harlequins: Quins sign British & Irish Lions legend

Lights out: Quins full back Mike Brown was knocked out against Italy in February

Harlequins:Brown stood down for Sarries clash

Thanks for the memories: Quins winger Ugo Monye, right, will retire from rugby at the end of the season

Harlequins: Retiring Monye turned down advances from France to remain a Quin

Troubled: Quins centre Jordan Turner-Hall continues to be blighted by the hip problem he had surgery on last season

Harlequins: O’Shea promises Quins will compete at the sharp end next term

Fond farewell: Lock George Robson could have been unemployed next season had a move to Oyonnax not materialised

Harlequins: Robson's wanderlust took him to Oyonnax

Looking up: Quins not in European Cup next season is unthinkable, says Luke Wallace

Harlequins: Club like Quins must be in European Cup, says Wallace

Out cold: Harleqiuns full back Mike Brown was missed in Dublin on Sunday

Harlequins: England's Brown expected to be fit to face Scotland

Short supply: With Nick Easter and Chris Robshaw on England duty, Quins have been short of experience in the back row

Harlequins: Talei impresses on trial to secure extended stay

On the charge: Quins winger Marland Yarde makes a break, but could not find a way through the Exeter back line

Harlequins: Quins top four chances in pieces as Baxter hails Exeter steel

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