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Monday 7th February 14:09
Leeds have completed the signing of experienced fly-half Adrian Jarvis on a deal until the end of the season.
Saturday 1st November 17:22
A Saints bonus point has knocked Saracens out of the EDF Energy Cup despite narrowly beating Bristol 24-22 on Saturday.
Friday 17th October 22:35
Fly-half Adrian Jarvis booted 22 points to inspire Bristol to an impressive 39-11 win over Toulon at the Memorial Stadium.
Saturday 19th April 17:37
London Irish's play-off hopes may be down but they are not yet out after a battling 13-6 win over Harlequins on Saturday.
Saturday 29th March 17:23
Harlequins claimed their sixth win in seven games with a 15-9 success over Newcastle Falcons at the Twickenham Stoop.
Tuesday 4th March 10:39
Harlequins fly-half Adrian Jarvis has agreed a deal to join Bristol at the end of the season.
Saturday 9th February 21:13
Adrian Jarvis added his name to the growing list of talented fly-halves as he landed 13 points in the Saxons' 38-15 win over Italy A.
Wednesday 6th February 11:34
Newcastle Falcons captain Phil Dowson has been selected as captain of the England Saxons.
Saturday 22nd December 17:30
Saracens produced a fine performance in both defence and attack to claim a 27-20 success at Harlequins.
Friday 24th November 21:45
Daniel Larrechea inspired Sale Sharks to a 17-12 victory against Harlequins.
Saturday 4th November 19:24
Paul Grayson was left fuming after Saints centre Luke Myring suffered a 'serious head injury'.
Saturday 4th November 09:34
A virtuoso performance from Adrian Jarvis saw Harlequins to their first win of the season.
Saturday 23rd September 20:13
Tom Varndell's early try proved decisive as Leicester beat Harlequins 21-15.
Thursday 31st August 16:49
Harlequins were undone by a last-gasp penalty from London Irish fly-half Riki Flutey.
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