Harlequins D3 vs Glendale | Harlequins D2 vs Park City 3/21/2015

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The Denver Harlequins will be hosting the Park City Haggis and Glendale Raptors D3 at Cook Park Saturday, March 21st.  Denver D3 is looking to get the season started off with its first league win, while D2 is trying to keep momentum after a grinding victory over the Highlanders last weekend.  Saturday is a rugby day!

12:00pm Denver Harlequins D3 vs Glendale Raptors D3
Result: L 15 – 62

2:00pm Denver Harlequins D2 vs Park City Haggis
Result: W 30 – 24

Players need to at the pitch by 11:00am! Bring a gallon of water and a red warm-up shirt.

Pitch:
Cook Park
7100 Cherry Creek South Dr.
Denver, CO 80224

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D3 Starting Roster:

  1. Paul A
  2. Aaron
  3. Neil
  4. Kevin
  5. Micah
  6. Jacob B/Z
  7. Tweak
  8. Ryan
  9. Burns
  10. Zaugg
  11. Pat Burns
  12. Wyatt
  13. Gordon
  14. Jeff Bouley
  15. Ollie

Probable Subs – Hector, Jon Ch, Louis, TJ Szar, G. Cruz, Rob, Colin, Aaron, Louis, JB, Brandon, Shane, JD, TBA, additional new players.

D2 23 Man Roster:

  1. Casey
  2. Stumpy
  3. Gabe
  4. Mikhail
  5. Kris
  6. Jason B
  7. Chicken
  8. Joe
  9. Frank
  10. Tim
  11. Tony
  12. Perna
  13. Mikey
  14. Paul B
  15. Kregg
  16. TJ
  17. Paul A
  18. Neil
  19. Adam D
  20. Ollie
  21. Gordon
  22. Sylver
  23. TBA

Mile High Mayhem Wheelchair Rugby Tournament Feb 6-8th

Our fellow Harlequins from the Wheelchair Rugby League will be hosting a tournament February 6-8th at Aurora South Middle School.  As a team, we are planning on attending our sister club’s final match on Sunday Feb. 8th at 10:30 am.  Please wear your Quins gear and come support the Harlequin namesake.

If you are interested in volunteering to work the event please contact the Website Manager from the “Contact Us” tab on this page.

Denver Harlequins Rugby Football Club

The Denver Harlequins Rugby Football Club

As a traditional powerhouse in Colorado Club Rugby, the Quins have represented the Rocky Mountain Rugby Union (formerly known as the Eastern Rockies Rugby Football Union) throughout the United States and internationally.

We are strong competitors on the field, in the pub, and in our community, aggressively bringing rugby and its values of fitness, athleticism and tradition to Denver. We tour actively and compete nationwide in the USA Rugby playoffs. If you are looking for a club that combines on-field success with off-field camaraderie and fun, you’ve found it.

We are always on the look-out for new players, whether you have played for decades or had never heard about the sport before coming to this webpage. Regardless of ability and/or skill level, the Denver Harlequins have a place for you. Fill in your information on the following form to be contacted by a representative from the club, or just show up at practice.
http://www.harlequins.org/join-the-quins

If you are looking to contact any official on the club, you can find the full contact page here:
http://www.harlequins.org/test-schedule/about/contact-us

If you are a fan looking to stay connected to the team, you can join our fan Facebook page here:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Denver-Harlequins-Rugby-Football-Club/900422496653491

Denver Harlequins Club History

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The Denver Harlequins Rugby Football Club

Harlequin History

The Denver Harlequins Rugby Football Club came to life in 1970 as the Denver Barristers, recognizing the legal background of most of the players. Many of them were attorneys; most of them simply had legal problems.

While enjoying success as the Barristers, the demographics of the team changed as they absorbed many of the players from the Mile High RFC. As a smaller percentage were lawyers (although the legal problems didn’t change…), the team decided to rename themselves. Reflecting his happy-go-lucky nature, former Green Beret Ray Dissinger proposed the name “Harlequins”.

In 1974, when the Aspen Ruggerfest served as the de facto national championships, the Denver Harlequins came in second, losing to the Bay Area Touring Side (BATS) out of San Francisco. It was the mark of a club on the rise.

The Denver Harlequins merged with the Littleton RFC in 1986, and the rest is history. Club colors are scarlet red and royal blue from the Harlequins, with grey accents recognizing Littleton RFC.

As a traditional powerhouse in Colorado Club Rugby, the Quins have represented the Rocky Mountain Rugby Union (formerly known as the Eastern Rockies Rugby Football Union) throughout the United States and internationally.

We are strong competitors on the field, in the pub, and in our community, aggressively bringing rugby and its values of fitness, athleticism and tradition to Denver. We tour actively and compete nationwide in the USA Rugby playoffs.

 

Championships:

2014 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Division 3 Runner Up

2013 – Western Rugby Football Union Division 3 Championships Third Place

2013 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Division 3 Champions

2013 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Division 2 Runner Up

2006 – Western Rugby Football Union Championships Third Place

2005 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Division 2 Runner Up

2005 – Western Rugby Football Union Championships Fourth Place

2004 – Western Rugby Football Union Championships Sixth Place

2004 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Division 2 Runner Up

2003 – USA Rugby Sweet Sixteen – Fourth Place

2003 – Western Rugby Football Union Runner Up

2003 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Champions

2002 – Western Rugby Football Union Seventh Place

2002 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Champions

2001 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Runner Up

1998 – Western Rugby Football Union Second Place

1998 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Champions

1997 – Western Rugby Football Union Third Place

1997 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Champions

1993 – National Western 7’s 2nd Division Winner

1991 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Division 1 Champions

1991 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union B-Side Champions (Oly Cup)

1990 – National Western 7’s 1st division Runner Up

1990 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Division 1 Champions

1987 – National Western 7’s Runner Up

1977 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Champions (Miller Cup)

1977 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union B-Side Champions (Stuart Harris Cup)

1976 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Runner Up (Oly Cup)

1975 – Eastern Rockies Rugby Union Champions (Oly Cup)

 

Trophies and Tournaments:

2014 – Santa Barbara Sevens Social Division Runner Up

2014 – Denver Summer Sevens Runner Up

2014 – Aspen Sevens Runner Up

2013 – Santa Barbara Sevens Social Division Runner Up

2003 – St. Valentine’s Day Massacre (Breckenridge, CO) Winner

2002 – High Desert Rugby Classic (Albuquerque, NM) Winner

1995 – Maggotfest Old Boys Division Winners

1994 – Denver 7’s Winners

1997 – 12th Annual Cowtown Classic (Ft Worth, TX) Runner Up

1992 – Cowpie Tournament Winners

1991 – Cowpie Tournament Runner Up

1990 or 1991 Aspen Ruggerfest 35+ Winner

1990 – Cowpie Tournament Winners

1989 – Cowpie Tournament Winners

1988 – Cowpie Tournament Winners

1988 – Boulder Area Ruggerfest (BARF) Tournament Winners

1983 – Queen City BATS Tournament Winners

1978 – Austin Texas Rugby Tournament Champions

1974 – Aspen Ruggerfest Runner Up

Elizabeth Celtic Festival Rugby Tournament

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There will be an Old Boys rugby mini-tournament as part of the Elizabeth Celtic Festival on July 19th and 20th. Kick-off times for both days are 11am. They are social matches, so you can play even if you aren’t quite an old boy yet.

Location:
Casey Jones Park
4189 Highway 86
Elizabeth, CO 80107

http://elizabethcelticfestival.com/

Info about last year’s tournament:
http://www.elizabethcelticfestival.com/athletics/rugby.php

Facebook Event Page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/394974473976662/