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Celebrate Mike Brown’s appearance record with a free drink on us

Wednesday, 9th January 2019 @ 20:00



Harlequins offer first 308 supporters through the gates on Saturday a libation on the house

In celebration of Mike Brown’s incredible record-breaking 308th appearance for the Club last week, we are offering a free drink to the first 308 supporters to walk through the turnstiles on Saturday for the Grenoble match.

Full-back Brown pulled on a Harlequins jersey for the 308th time at Newcastle Falcons last week, breaking the all-time appearance record for the Club, set by Grahame Murray in 1973.

As well as offering a free drink, Harlequins are also marking the occasion by

Offering free ‘Brown 15’ printing on any Quins shirts purchased in the Club shop

Introducing the 308 Mike Brown competition: locate the Mike Brown Cut Out which will be roaming the Stadium, take a photo with it and tag your photo @Harlequins for an opportunity to meet Mike on the pitch post-match and receive the signed Cut Out to take home

Introducing the Mike Brown Cam. For a chance to see yourself on the big screen, look out for our roaming camera in the stands and imitate Mike’s pose from the Exeter match (pictured on this page)

There will also be a special raffle in the shop and five winners will receive Big Game 11 balls signed by Mike Brown to take home from the match.

We look forward to seeing you there and sharing a glass with you!

Secure your seat to Harlequins v Grenoble on Saturday 12th January (kick-off 15:00) now.  All Junior Tickets for the match are just £5, on a day that'll provide entertainment for all of the family. Tickets available at tickets.quins.co.uk

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