DINO Lamb could have been doing a Louis Lynagh and running in tries for Harlequins instead of putting in a shift in the second row.
The lock marked his 50th appearance for the club with a try against Worcester, in a 35-29 win at The Stoop, but could have been out wide if the club’s plans had panned out.
Lamb, 23, was signed by Quins as a winger, before moving to midfield, then eventually heading into the pack.
And the youngster says playing in the backs has helped him fit into Quins all-singing, all-dancing style of play that helped them stun the Premiership by winning the title last seas...
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