Quins co-head coach Gary Street has urged supporters to come out and support the ladies side in the Tyrrell’s Premier 15 run-in.

As dust settles on an English Grand Slam in the six-nations, Quins welcome back seven internationals from the competition and hopes the winning mentality forged during the eight weeks can be transferred to domestic level.

Sitting in second place, Street hopes his side can go one better than last year where they were pipped in the final by Saracens - who currently sit top.

“We’re getting better,” Street said of his side’s season to date.

“We had a slow start but we’ve beaten all the top teams at some stage and hoping that our internationals come back and hit the ground running.

“There’s huge motivation from last year, they were better on the day, but on our day we can beat anyone.”

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In the final two games of the regular season Quins play DMP Sharks this weekend before they face Gloucester-Hartpury in ‘The Game Changer’ a week Saturday (March 30th) at The Stoop.

“We want to finish at least second in the league,” added Street.

“Get two wins and a bonus point and we are guaranteed a home draw in the semi-final which is massive for us.

“I’m really hoping a lot of people to come out, we are the home team in Twickenham and Richmond and want people to come behind us and add to the atmosphere, which is such a family-oriented day.

“We had over 4,500 at The Stoop last season, it’d be brilliant if we can get a big crowd down there again to show the level the women’s’ game is at.”

Quins fixture against DMP at Surrey Sports Park will be the first game in eight weeks for Street’s side, and the coach believes something needs to change to avoid such breaks in the ladies’ domestic competition.

“The balance isn’t right as we’ve had a massive big break.

“I think for the girls who aren’t playing at all it’s tricky, they (the league) need to address it which they are doing.

“There should be some games going through, managed similarly to how they do the men’s game.

“We’ve been on a seven-week break where our development squad have stepped up which is what we want.

“We want them to put their hand up for selection to play in the big games, especially ‘The Game Changer.’”

The Game Changer (kick-off: 14:00) is included in the 2018/19 Harlequins Membership but must be claimed beforehand. For non-members, tickets cost £10 for Adults and £5 for Juniors and can be purchased by calling the ticket office on 020 8410 6000 or by visiting tickets.quins.co.uk

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