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Transfer News: Bristol Rugby forward joins Harlequins

Harlequins have today confirmed that Max Crumpton has signed until 2020 with immediate effect.

On signing for the Club, Crumpton said: “I’m delighted to return to Harlequins. When I was here on loan, I held the Club in high regards and it was always somewhere I wanted to return to.

“Being a forward, I’m looking forward to working with Graham Rowntree, Nick Easter and guys that I knew here before in an environment that John Kingston is building.”



A graduate of Saracens’ Academy, Crumpton joined Harlequins on loan for the 2013/14 season before heading to Bristol in the Summer of 2014. In his time with the West Country club, Crumpton played 51 times over four seasons, scoring 18 tries in the process.

On the international stage, Crumpton has represented England at U16s, U18s and U20s level, playing in the Junior World Championships in 2012.

On his new signing, Harlequins’ Director of Rugby, John Kingston, added: “I was hugely impressed with Max in the time he was at the Club on loan and I have watched his career with interest.

“He is a dynamic young English hooker who has a great future ahead of him and once again has the drive and determination to reach the very top, which is always so important.”

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