Interaction between Joe Marler and Dan Cole all but confirms belief that Props are the funniest people in sport
By Rugby Onslaught

Interaction between Joe Marler and Dan Cole all but confirms belief that Props are the funniest people in sport

This actually had us howling. The way in which these two props behave and the interaction that they have crack us up every time.

It’s another Episode of England’s wildly popular series “Rising Sons” and in this episode the team take a closer look at Joe Marler as he goes behind the scenes, looking at what the players get up to on their down time.

The interaction between Joe Marler and Dan Coles is particularly funny, as it shows how so many people have jumped on this Love Island craze just so they can be in the loop with everyone else.

Props really are hilarious!

CREDIT: England Rugby

In other news: Harlequins Ladies become Harlequins Women

Harlequins is delighted to announce that approval has been granted to the Club to change the name of Harlequins Ladies to Harlequins Women.

In a move which further emphasises Harlequins strive for parity for the women’s game, the name change was initiated in order for the Club to be reflective of the current landscape across women’s sport and to support one of Harlequins’ key strategic focuses to achieve gender equality in the sport across both playing and administration.

The Harlequins Ladies moniker will always be a key part of the Club’s history and heritage, but the focus now is on the future and providing equal opportunities for every female across the organisation alongside the delivery of excellence for the Harlequins Women’s players to enable them to achieve their potential.

Harlequins Head Coach Karen Findlay commented: “It’s fantastic that the Club has worked with the RFU to secure this change to our name; an imperative aspect for us as we enter the next phase of revolutionising our great sport.

“Our name is our identity, it’s what we stand for and what we are about. We have great strong female role models who are ambassadors for the game and who are significantly contributing to inspiring the next generation of female players coming through. It is therefore right that the name reflects that shared sense of purpose.”

Harlequins Chief Executive David Ellis added: “This is another move which demonstrates our ambition in this area of our sport.

“We are already at the forefront of the women’s game, providing the best playing environment and ensuring the women’s players and programmes are fully integrated across the whole Club. Now is our time to make another step change and set our intent for the future of the sport.”