The Maori All Blacks were comfortable winners in the fixture on Wednesday celebrating the 150th Anniversary of Premiership side Harlequins, reports Planet Rugby
Chiefs wing James Lowe was a double try scorer for the touring side with back-to-back efforts for Colin Cooper’s side, who raced out into a 26-3 lead.
Ihaia West missed with the first penalty attempt of the night, whereas his opposite man Tim Swiel succeeded to give a young Harlequins side a 3-0 advantage.
Feeding off the momentum the Maori All Blacks then scored two tries in three minutes, with flanker Shane Christie followed over by Sean Wainui to make it 26-3 and seemingly settle the result.
However the scored stayed to half-time and then well into the second half, as Harlequins hit back through a pick-and-go score from prop Dan Murphy to make it 26-10, which the score remained until the final whistle.
For Maori All Blacks:
Tries: Lowe 2, Christie, Wainui
Cons: West 3