Ugo Monye and Danny Care return for Harlequins’ Premiership Final against Leicester Tigers

10:54 26 May 2012

Ugo Monye will return for Harelquins against Leicester Tigers

Ugo Monye will return for Harelquins against Leicester Tigers

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Aviva Premiership Final: Harlequins v Leicester Tigers

Ugo Monye and Danny Care will boost Harlequins as they take on Leicester Tigers in today’s much awaited Aviva Premiership Final at Twickenham.

Both winger Monye and scrum half Care ] have bounced back from injury to represent the London side in the season finale, marking the only change to the side which overcame Northampton Saints in the semis as fortnight ago.

Monye is joined by full back Mike Brown and winger Tom Williams in the running backs with Jordan Turner-Hall and George Lowe in the centre and Nick Evans and Care at fly and scrum half respectively.

Joe Marler, Joe Gray and James Johnston make up the front row with Olly Kohn and George Robson in the second.

Maurie Fa’asavalu, captain Chris Robshaw and Nick Easter complete the back row forwards.

On the bench sits Rob Buchanan, Mark Lambert, Will Collier, Tomas Vallejos and Tom Guest for the forwards while Karl Dickson, Rory Clegg and Matt Hopper provide the back replacements.

Harlequins: Brown, Williams, Lowe, Turner-Hall, Monye, Evans, Care, Marler, Gray, Johnston, Kohn, Robson, Fa’asavalu, Robshaw, Easter

Replacements: Buchanan, Collier, Vallejos, Guest, Dickson, Clegg, Hopper

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