Danny Ward and Danny Orr brush up on their IT skills
A number of Harlequins Rugby League players recently completed an ICT course at Kingston College.
Super League stars Chad Randall, Danny Orr, Luke Dorn, Karl Temata and Danny Ward all combined the course with their full time training and passed with flying colours.
The course took place at nearby Kingston College and was organised by the Harlequins Rugby League player welfare department, which seeks to provide players with a wide variety of training opportunities that can be applied during and after their playing careers.
Danny Orr explained:
"It's very important for all of us that our skills and knowledge go beyond what we can do on the rugby pitch.
"ICT is essential in all walks of life and myself and the other players are really glad to have had this opportunity."
Carole Fagan, IT Sector Skills Development Manager at Kingston College said:
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