London Irish

  • Catt returns but exiles fall again

    London Irish director of rugby Brian Smith was delighted to see his backs coach Mike Catt get back into action at his old stamping ground...

  • Casey commits to London Irish

    London Irish received the perfect encouragement today ahead of this Sunday's record breaking, Saint Patrick's celebration match with London Wasps with the news that Club...

  • London Irish sneak past Sarries

    London Irish continued their charge towards the play offs recording their fifth straight Premiership win on saturday night after beating Saracens by 27 points to...

  • Hewat wins it for London Irish

    Australian import Peter Hewat kicked 12 points for London Irish to secure them an important away win. Worcester looked to have the momentum in the...

  • Exiles hold off Leeds

    London Irish secured their first away win for 10 months although Leeds put up a good fight and the Exiles must have been very concerned.

  • White and Exiles Trio cited

    Three London Irish players have been cited over incidents in the English side's European Cup clash with Treviso at the weekend.

  • Richards scan confirms injury

    Peter Richards had an MRI scan on his left arm yesterday. The scan confirmed that he suffered a biceps tendon injury at the end of...

  • Exiles and Perpignan qualify for Cup quarters

    London Irish and Perpignan joined Saracens in the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup after notching up wins on Saturday over Pool 1 rivals Treviso and...

  • London Irish v Saracens fixture amendment

    There's nothing like planning ahead and that's exactly what London Irish are doing. The London Irish v Saracens fixture in Round 14 of the Guinness...

  • London Irish make Worcester wait for first victory

    London Irish's Sailosi Tagicakibau scored a try three minutes from time which secured a victory for the Exiles.

  • Exiles furious over elbow

    London Irish are demanding action after forward Kieran Roche suffered a horror eye injury against Perpignan.

  • London Irish fight back for Perpignan victory

    London Irish are now five points clear at the top of Heineken Cup Pool One after their match against Perpignan which they won 24-16.

  • Exiles outplay Worcester

    London Irish ended their EDF Energy Cup campaign on a high and secured a seven-try victory over Worcester at the Madejski Stadium.

  • Exiles set Rodney Parade alight

    London Irish remain top of Pool One of the Heineken Cup after recording a highly impressive 45-17 victory over a strangely subdued Dragons outfit at...

  • Preview: Dragons v London Irish

    Wales full-back Kevin Morgan will start his first game for over a month when the Dragons play host to London Irish in the Heineken Cup...

  • Exiles off to a flyer

    London Irish opened their Heineken Cup account with a convincing 42-9 win over Treviso at the Madejski on Saturday, running in seven unanswered tries.

  • Preview: London Irish v Treviso

    London Irish coach Brian Smith has announced a star-studded starting line-up for his side's opening Heineken Cup fixture with Treviso at Madejski Stadium on Saturday.

  • Ospreys put 50 on Exiles

    The Ospreys made it two from two by recording an emphatic 51-16 victory over London Irish in Sunday's EDF Energy Cup clash at the Liberty...

  • Preview: Ospreys v London Irish

    For the first time this season London Irish are able to select an all-international front row for the EDF Energy Cup match away to the...

  • Exiles end Gloucester’s unbeaten run

    London Irish made their own luck by beating Gloucester 15-10 in a tense Guinness Premiership match at the Madejski Stadium on Sunday.

  • Hewat checks in at Madejski

    Australian Peter Hewat is the latest of London Irish's signings to arrive at the Reading club. He arrived on Tuesday and has already started training...

  • Preview: London Irish v Bath

    Seventh plays six in the Guinness Premiership on Friday evening as London Irish host Bath at the Madejski Stadium.

  • Robbie Russell bows out

    Robbie Russell, the Scotland and London Irish hooker, has been forced to retire from the game due to injury after a distinguished career playing in...

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