Diprose expects youngsters to help Quins to European success
Updated 12:16pm Tuesday 22nd January 2013 in Sport
Harlequins academy manager Tony Diprose expects his latest graduates to help the club remain top of the tree in England and Europe.
Full back Ollie Lindsay-Hague, prop Darryl Marfo and back rower Joe Trayfoot were confirmed as having re-signed for the Stoop outfit this week, along with current academy stars winger Charlie Walker and flanker Jack Clifford.
The quintet have represented England at a range of age levels and have already played important parts in Harlequins rugby this season - including excellent performances in LV= Cup victories over Bath and Northampton Saints before Christmas.
All five were integral in the club’s Aviva ‘A’ League success, with Marfo and former Millfield School full-back Lindsay-Hague each scoring a brace of tries in the final win over Saracens in December.
Diprose said: “They are critical to the continued success of the club and demonstrate the wealth of talent we have coming through.
"I have no doubt that they will all play a major role in working to keep Harlequins at the top of the game in England and Europe.”