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Charllie Mulchrone has signed for Harlequins.

Worcester scrum-half Charlie Mulchrone set for Harlequins summer switch

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Harlequins have announced the signing of Worcester scrum-half Charlie Mulchrone.

The 26-year-old, who is qualified to play for England and Ireland, will head to Quins from their Aviva Premiership rivals in July.

Mulchrone has scored nine tries in 42 appearances and Quins head coach John Kingston admitted he was "very excited" to sign the 26-year-old.

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Prior to joining Worcester in 2014, Mulchrone was captain of Championship club Rotherham.

Kingston said: " We have been monitoring Charlie for a couple of years and are very excited to finally be able to bring him to Harlequins next season.

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"He fits perfectly with the style of nine we need at the club, and I am sure he will push on very quickly within our structure, working alongside Danny Care and Karl Dickson."

The full details of Mulchrone's deal haven't been disclosed.

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The scrum-half told Harlequins' website: "I’m delighted to be joining such a prestigious club as Harlequins. The brand of rugby is one I am a huge advocate of and players seem to play with a smile on their face.

“There are so many quality players in the squad and I am looking forward to contributing to their success going forward. I would like to thank Worcester Warriors and will continue to give my all to the club until the end of the season.”


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