SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 16: Dave Dennis of the Waratahs participates with players from the Harbord Harlequins during the Waratahs 'Tahs Together' community program at Denzil Joyce Oval on May 16, 2013 in Sydney, Australia.
I was playing for Belfast Harlequins and the Ulster under 20s and if I got regular games for the Ravens (Ulster 'A') that would have been great. I never imagined myself being in this position.
Harlequins are a very difficult side to beat and they caused us some problems, but we put it together in the second half and the result was a tribute to the whole team
we are excited in partnering with Harlequins this year. Club rugby is the backbone of the development of our national game and we felt that by helping a club like the Harlequins, we would be part of this development and assisting the club in building the character of the players with the values and lessons that the game of rugby offers.More quotes »
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