Abu Dhabi, UAEFriday 21 September 2018
It was an impressive start to the new season for the UAE side and their coach Mike McFarlane
September 8, 2018
Updated: September 8, 2018 04:18 PM
Abu Dhabi Harlequins enjoyed an impressive start to the new rugby season on Friday as they proved too strong for Kandy in their Asia Rugby Western Clubs Champions League encounter.
The UAE side were emphatic 57-7 victors over their Sri Lankan opponents at Zayed Sports City.
Above is a gallery of the best action from the game.
Peter Henderson tasked with making Abu Dhabi Saracens fly again after year of turmoil
Arabian Gulf rugby in 2017/18: Club-by-club report card on the season that was
Former Wales and Lions scrum-half Mike Phillips named new Jebel Ali Dragons coach
What Nasrallah's speech reveals about Hezbollah in Syria
'We always need new donors': Medics urge UAE residents to give blood
New James Bond film director announced
WATCH: Get to know the Abu Dhabi Marathon routes
Modest fashion star Dina Torkia on out-smarting the hijab haters
India thrash rivals Pakistan in one-sided Asia Cup contest
Resurgent Paul Pogba is Manchester United's driving force
Mariano: Being Real Madrid's No 7 is 'enormous responsibility'
Abu Dhabi Marathon offers runners chance of a 'very fast time'
Harlequins and Bahrain cordiality a sign of the times in West Asia Rugby
England rugby to benefit from Mitchell appointment, says Healey
UAE rugby enters new season amid a climate of transition and uncertainty
UAE rugby clubs forced to get creative with sponsorship deals
WATCH: Anger boils over in Basra
WATCH: Sightline with Tim Marshall on Sweden's elections
WATCH: Trump's actions threaten Palestinian statehood
WATCH: US cuts funding to UN agency for Palestinian refugees
Rashid Khan stars on birthday to inspire Afghanistan to Asia Cup victory over Bangladesh
Afghanistan and Bangladesh fans watch the Asia Cup in Abu Dhabi - in pictures
Abu Dhabi Harlequins and Bahrain cordiality a sign of the times in West Asia Rugby
T10 League set to expand despite president's resignation and alleged investigation