The appointment of Les Kiss as a defense coach to the London Irish team comes at a time when the coach, team and management of the club are undergoing a reshuffle. As the new season comes up and the club struggles to maintain its position in the Premiership league, the right kind of coaches and […]Continue Reading
The loosehead prop of Scotland Gordon Reid admits that moving away Glasgow Warriors was a big decision; however he is getting stuck into training of pre-season with the new club London Irish, although in the Aviva Premiership, he is all ready to test himself.
When Gordon was holding two jobs that is, training and playing rugby for the top-flight club with Ayr in late 2010, coming back to the Warriors was nowhere in his mind. Continue Reading
Former Wallaby player, James O’Connor has now signed a new contract with English Club, Sale Sharks in a move from Toulon.
The new contract will last for three years.
O’Connor had previously said that he was keen to resume his international career with Australia and push for a Wallabies berth ahead of the 2019 World Cup holding in Japan.Continue Reading
The Chief Executive of London Irish rugby Bob Casey has resigned from his position and this summer he will leave the club to return home to Ireland.
The big announcement has been made by the London Irish club itself recently. Continue Reading
The London Irish team is at a high after the win, they obtained against Jersey Reds.
The score of the game was 42 against 29 which showed the wide gap in performance between the two teams. This win made up a total of ten wins for London Irish. As a result, the team had bounced back and is on the Premiership listings. Continue Reading
Johnny Williams, centre for London Irish, made a welcome return to the starting XV of the team in preparations for the Greene King IPA Championship clash played on Sunday at the Madejski Stadium against Jersey Reds at 2pm.
Williams, who had won the Junior World Cup with England’s Under 20’s during the summer, had been out for two months due to injury but featured in the last Sunday’s game against Jersey Reds. Continue Reading
London Irish is getting ready for their return to the Premiership in a big way. They will be playing against Doncaster on Saturday. However, during the 2019-20 season, they will be sharing ground with Brentford. The said stadium has a capacity of 20,000. The club confirmed that they had a meeting with the other team […]Continue Reading
The team will be seeing Fenby and Guest retiring from active roles on the field. Both players had different roles, being a winger and a back row player for the team. Tom Guest who used to play as back row has announced that he would want to retire from his role in professional rugby. As […]Continue Reading
If you wish to relive how the final day went in the Premiership league this season, you will remember the match that the Wasps played against London Irish. If it was any consolation, the Wasps defeated London Irish in six tries. The victory was theirs, but it did not earn them a place in the […]Continue Reading
Conor O’Shea, the Harlequins director of rugby, stated that he has lot of sympathy towards his ex club London Irish for their present plight.
On Saturday, Conor leads Harlequins into a European Challenge Cup quarter-final against Exiles.Continue Reading