Harlequins secured a property Premier 15s semi-final with a 62-0 win over Gloucester Hartpury, facing the record crowd.
The attendance of 4,837 in The Stoop is probably the very best for a UK women’s golf game match, surpassing the 4,542 who saw the team carry on contests Richmond this past year.
“To get nearly 5,000 people to get a women’s club game is more so incredible,” said Quins head coach Gary Street.
Hooker Davinia Catlin scored two of the team’s nine attempts.
Harlequins will play Loughborough Lightning, that overcome Richmond 46-0 within their final regular season outing, at the semifinals.
England internationals Carys Williams (two ), Emily Scarratt, Sarah Hunter and Katy Daley-McLean all scored tries in Loughborough’s success.
Lightning ended third at the table, five points off second-placed Harlequins.
Saracens, already guaranteed a top-of-the-table finish, completed the regular season with a 64-0 win over Firwood Waterloo in Allianz Park.
Wing Lotte Clapp scored a hat trick before halftime, while fellow England internationals Sarah McKenna and Hannah Botterman were on the scoresheet.
Wasps, that will face Saracens from the semifinals, claimed that a 25-17 victory against Bristol Bears.
Scrum-half Claudia Macdonald arguably scored the try of the afternoon as she grabbed an overthrown lineout and covered 80 metres to score.
Red Roses wing Abigail Dow added another try and England team-mate Sarah Bern felt the third party.
Worcester Valkyries backed up their maiden league win last week with a different one, beating Darlington Mowden Park Sharks 26-20.
England hooker Lark Davies and captain Lisa Campbell spanned to provide Worcester an early lead, however the hosts then had to defy a Sharks fightback.
Accurate kicking from Meg Goddard ensured that the Valkyries came out with a narrow success.