The Harlequins are coming back strong after a good 2018 season that saw the men's team coming just short from going to the State final.
Our club through its history played a major role in the development of Rugby in the US and throughout the world. Back in the 80’s the world’s largest Rugby tournament used to be held right here in Honolulu at Kapiolani Park. Our location was and still is the perfect bridge between the Northern and Southern hemisphere Rugby Nations.
Nowadays, the Rugby in Hawaii is trying to compete at the highest level in the country. Our Men Senior Championship gathers 6 to 8 teams from Oahu, 2 teams from Hawaii Island, 1 team from Maui and 1 from Kauai playing under the Hawaii Rugby Union affiliated to USA Rugby. The best girls and boys high school teams in the nation are here in Hawaii, and number of our players join professional teams around the world and play or played for the US national team.
The Hawaii Harlequins have the goal of joining the newly formed MLR in a near future. This would be a major step forward for the sport scene in Hawaii in general
Our 2019 will be the base stone for that big project so join the club if you want to be part of it!