The former New Zealand international joined Quins back in 2008 and produced a timely reminder of his enduring quality as the home side kept their faint hopes of a play-off place alive.
Quins sit six points adrift of fourth-placed Leicester Tigers, with a top-six finish and automatic qualification for next season’s European Champions Cup a more realistic possibility.
FULL TIME and a masterclass from Nick Evans as he kicks 22 points in his Stoop finale! pic.twitter.com/M5vxIPFDUT
— Harlequins (@Harlequins) April 28, 2017
Evans added the extras and four more penalties – two of which came after yellow cards to Willie le Roux and Joe Launchbury – to underline Quins’ dominance, before Joe Marchant’s late try enabled Evans to slot over two more points before he left the field to a standing ovation in the final minute.
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