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Reading Evening Post
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Wednesday September 28on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you kn
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Wednesday September 28
Reading Evening Post / Posted 29 minutes ago
on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you know we have dedicated pages on Facebook for What’s On, Reading FC and London Irish so give them a look and a like while you’re at it! Anyway, let’s get toda... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Tuesday September 27on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you kn
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Tuesday September 27
Reading Evening Post / Posted yesterday
on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you know we have dedicated pages on Facebook for What’s On, Reading FC and London Irish so give them a look and a like while you’re at it! Anyway, let’s get toda... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Monday September 26on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you kno
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Monday September 26
Reading Evening Post / Posted 2 days ago
on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you know we have dedicated pages on Facebook for What’s On, Reading FC and London Irish so give them a look and a like while you’re at it! Anyway, let’s get toda... Read more
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BBC News
Irish abortion laws: Protests held across the worldCatholic country. Across Twitter #repealthe8th hashtag was popular among suppo
Irish abortion laws: Protests held across the world
BBC News / Posted 3 days ago
Catholic country. Across Twitter #repealthe8th hashtag was popular among supporters, referring to the 8th amendment of the Irish constitution that forbids abortion. Abortion is only legal in Ireland if the mother's life it at risk.Image caption... Read more
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Irish Central
London Irish hospital fundraising edges closer to targetat the Royal National Orthopedic Hospital (RNOH) in north London is drawing clo
London Irish hospital fundraising edges closer to target
Irish Central / Posted 3 days ago
at the Royal National Orthopedic Hospital (RNOH) in north London is drawing close to meeting its target. Supporters of the London Irish Appeal, which aims to raise £480,000 to build a new London Irish Ward at the Stanmore hospital, were recently... Read more
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walesonline
These are the most banned players in the history of rugbyquite a violent game.40= Sisa Koyamaibole - 12 weeks The Fijian No.8 received
These are the most banned players in the history of rugby
walesonline / Posted 6 days ago
quite a violent game.40= Sisa Koyamaibole - 12 weeks The Fijian No.8 received a 12-week ban after being cited for biting London Irish flanker Declan Danaher while playing for Begles Bordeaux in an Amlin Challenge Cup clash in 2012. The former... Read more
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Super Sport
'Overseas Bundesliga games possible'year's Top 14 final, France's leading rugby union competition, was played at Ba
'Overseas Bundesliga games possible'
Super Sport / Posted 6 days ago
year's Top 14 final, France's leading rugby union competition, was played at Barcelona's Camp Nou stadium, while in March, London Irish and Saracens played the first English Premiership rugby match abroad when they met in New Jersey. French... Read more
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walesonline
More Ospreys games to take place at different clubsgames being be played at Swansea and Bridgend. The Premiership Select will kic
More Ospreys games to take place at different clubs
walesonline / Posted 6 days ago
games being be played at Swansea and Bridgend. The Premiership Select will kick off their second B&I Cup campaign against London Irish at the Gnoll on Saturday, October 15, while Connacht Eagles will visit the Talbot Athletic Ground on Sunday,... Read more
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give me sport
Paul Gustard agrees to join Eddie Jones' England coaching sethunting and hounding opponents into costly errors proved an attacking weapon al
Paul Gustard agrees to join Eddie Jones' England coaching set
give me sport / Posted 7 days ago
hunting and hounding opponents into costly errors proved an attacking weapon all of its own. Now the former Saracens and London Irish back-rower has the chance to transfer that relentless acumen into the international game. "An important part of... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Fisher stresses London Irish need to cure travel sicknessThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Jo
Fisher stresses London Irish need to cure travel sickness
Reading Evening Post / Posted 9 days ago
Thank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Jonathan Fisher says London Irish need to build on their latest victory if they are to guarantee survival in the Aviva Premiership. Exiles defeated play-off chasing London... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Brave cancer bride's fight against 'Trev the tumour' in her own wordsTigers LEGEND, rang me to tell me that he and his Foundation had organised a s
Brave cancer bride's fight against 'Trev the tumour' in her own words
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
Tigers LEGEND, rang me to tell me that he and his Foundation had organised a special day for me at the Tigers vs. London Irish match on Sunday 28 February, and that I would be interviewing a player! "Whaaaaaaaaat?!" Facebook / Inside My... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Steffon Armitage looks to put one over his herotry again laterInvalid Email Steffon Armitage is set to come up against his ch
Steffon Armitage looks to put one over his hero
Reading Evening Post / Posted 11 days ago
try again laterInvalid Email Steffon Armitage is set to come up against his childhood hero George Smith tomorrow when London Irish clash with Toulon for the second time in the space of six days. Armitage revealed that as a youngster he... Read more
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The Irish Times
Martin McDonagh: A history of violencetake my eyes off the knife in his hand. “I wouldn’t say it’s sensational,” McD
Martin McDonagh: A history of violence
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
take my eyes off the knife in his hand. “I wouldn’t say it’s sensational,” McDonagh counters, quietly but with a south London edge, as the knife traces wide arcs in the air. “I would say it’s truthful to that story.” We are talking about The... Read more
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The Irish Times
Can the London-Irish really call themselves Irish?I am “London Irish” and proud. In recent years my nationality has led me to mu
Can the London-Irish really call themselves Irish?
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
I am “London Irish” and proud. In recent years my nationality has led me to much self-questioning… “Can the London Irish really call themselves Irish?” Born in North London in the 1970s to Irish parents, I grew up immersed within what I... Read more
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The Irish Times
How I got a Shane MacGowan foreword and resurrected Life Before Deathago, on a grey spring afternoon in 1994, myself and my good mate Mo O’Hagan tru
How I got a Shane MacGowan foreword and resurrected Life Before Death
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
ago, on a grey spring afternoon in 1994, myself and my good mate Mo O’Hagan trudged up to a rehearsal studio just off North London’s grim Caledonian Road. Mo was there to rehearse with Shane MacGowan’s band, the Popes, and he had brought me along to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Buoyant Chinnor facing test of strength against Redruthfrom the return of David Hide. The replacements include Tom Parton, who has be
Buoyant Chinnor facing test of strength against Redruth
Oxford Mail / Posted 11 days ago
from the return of David Hide. The replacements include Tom Parton, who has been engaged on a dual registration with London Irish. He is no stranger to Henley having started there as a junior. After suffering two home defeats, Oxford... Read more
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BT Sport
Newcastle agree deal for centre Dominic Waldouckon an initial one-month trial. But Newcastle announced that Waldouck, who prev
Newcastle agree deal for centre Dominic Waldouck
BT Sport / Posted 15 days ago
on an initial one-month trial. But Newcastle announced that Waldouck, who previously played for Wasps, Northampton and London Irish, will now be with them on a permanent basis. "Dom has shown up well, and we are delighted to have been able to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Newcastle agree deal for centre Dominic Waldouckon an initial one-month trial. But Newcastle announced that Waldouck, who prev
Newcastle agree deal for centre Dominic Waldouck
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
on an initial one-month trial. But Newcastle announced that Waldouck, who previously played for Wasps, Northampton and London Irish, will now be with them on a permanent basis. "Dom has shown up well, and we are delighted to have been able to... Read more
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The News and Star
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
The News and Star / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: “Sean offers something different; he’s a real... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
Kingston Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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Gazette
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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guardian-series
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
guardian-series / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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Harrow Times
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
Harrow Times / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: “Sean offers something different; he’s a real... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
EveningTimes Online / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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BT Sport
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracenswithout Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back
Rob Baxter rues Exeter's slow start against Saracens
BT Sport / Posted 16 days ago
without Owen Farrell and George Kruis, the latter a late withdrawal with a back spasm. Maitland, a recent recruit from London Irish, scored two tries and earned praise from his coach. McCall said: "Sean offers something different; he's a real... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Confident Chinnor aiming for first league win at Henleygame for the first time tomorrow, writes JACK JOHNSON. Matt Williams’s side ra
Confident Chinnor aiming for first league win at Henley
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 days ago
game for the first time tomorrow, writes JACK JOHNSON. Matt Williams’s side racked up seven tries in a 47-10 win over London Irish Wild Geese in their National League 2 South opener last weekend. They make three changes, with Ben Manning... Read more
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Thame Gazette
Seven-try Chinnor set the early paceChinnor are the very early pace-setters in National League Two South after a se
Seven-try Chinnor set the early pace
Thame Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
Chinnor are the very early pace-setters in National League Two South after a seven-try win against London Irish Wild Geese in Saturday’s season curtain-raiser. In the first match of the new campaign, the persistent rain did not dampen Chinnor’s... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Seven-try Chinnor set the early paceChinnor are the very early pace-setters in National League Two South after a se
Seven-try Chinnor set the early pace
Aylesbury Today / Posted 20 days ago
Chinnor are the very early pace-setters in National League Two South after a seven-try win against London Irish Wild Geese in Saturday’s season curtain-raiser. In the first match of the new campaign, the persistent rain did not dampen Chinnor’s... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Seven-try Chinnor begin National League 2 South campaign with dominant victoryCHINNOR started their National League 2 South campaign with a dominant seven-tr
Seven-try Chinnor begin National League 2 South campaign with dominant victory
Oxford Mail / Posted 22 days ago
CHINNOR started their National League 2 South campaign with a dominant seven-try display in a 47-10 home victory over London Irish Wild Geese. Fly-half Bertie Hopkin scored 17 points, including one try, two penalties and three conversions, as the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
RESULTS: September 3-4B Sinton 3-28) v Charlbury 3rd – RSP. Kidlington 3rd 107-7 v Westcott 2nd – RS
RESULTS: September 3-4
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
B Sinton 3-28) v Charlbury 3rd – RSP. Kidlington 3rd 107-7 v Westcott 2nd – RSP. NATIONAL LEAGUE 2 SOUTH Chinnor 47, London Irish Wild Geese 10; Redruth 23, Henley 18. SOUTH WEST 1 EAST Oxford Harlequins 10, Old Patesians 18; Swindon 22,... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
London Scottish: Late finishing touches to Scottish squad does not mean they are not readyRugby), Cameron Fenton (Glasgow Warriors), Hugh Fraser (Edinburgh Rugby), Tom G
London Scottish: Late finishing touches to Scottish squad does not mean they are not ready
Kingston Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
Rugby), Cameron Fenton (Glasgow Warriors), Hugh Fraser (Edinburgh Rugby), Tom Galbraith (Edinburgh Rugby), Jonny Harris (London Irish), Ed Hoadley, Craig Holland (Cornish Pirates), Devlin Hope (Coventry), Danny Kenny (Ealing Trailfinders), Dom... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
London Scottish: Late finishing touches to Scottish squad does not mean they are not readyRugby), Cameron Fenton (Glasgow Warriors), Hugh Fraser (Edinburgh Rugby), Tom G
London Scottish: Late finishing touches to Scottish squad does not mean they are not ready
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
Rugby), Cameron Fenton (Glasgow Warriors), Hugh Fraser (Edinburgh Rugby), Tom Galbraith (Edinburgh Rugby), Jonny Harris (London Irish), Ed Hoadley, Craig Holland (Cornish Pirates), Devlin Hope (Coventry), Danny Kenny (Ealing Trailfinders), Dom... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Henley Hawks chief Pete Davies eyes National League 2 South titleto develop a squad ethos of Henley players." Chinnor bid to build on last year
Henley Hawks chief Pete Davies eyes National League 2 South title
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
to develop a squad ethos of Henley players." Chinnor bid to build on last year's superb end to the season when they host London Irish Wild Geese. Eight wins from ten games saw them finish sixth and director of rugby, Matt Williams, wants to get... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Friday September 2on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you kn
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Friday September 2
Reading Evening Post / Posted 25 days ago
on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you know we have dedicated pages on Facebook for What’s On, Reading FC and London Irish so give them a look and a like while you’re at it! Anyway, let’s get today... Read more
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The Ham&High Network
Can Saracens maintain their dominance in the Premiership and European Champions Cup?by securing the signatures of the likes of Schalk Burger from Super Rugby franc
Can Saracens maintain their dominance in the Premiership and European Champions Cup?
The Ham&High Network / Posted 25 days ago
by securing the signatures of the likes of Schalk Burger from Super Rugby franchise the Stormers and Sean Maitland from London Irish. McCall used no less than 41 players last term, and he may well need to utilise a similar number this time... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Henley Hawks chief eyes titleto develop a squad ethos of Henley players." Chinnor bid to build on last year
Henley Hawks chief eyes title
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
to develop a squad ethos of Henley players." Chinnor bid to build on last year's superb end to the season when they host London Irish Wild Geese. Eight wins from ten games saw them finish sixth and director of rugby, Matt Williams, wants to get... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Friday September 2on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you kn
Live news from Reading and Berkshire for Friday September 2
Reading Evening Post / Posted 26 days ago
on our Facebook page - just search Get Reading. While you’re at it, did you know we have dedicated pages on Facebook for What’s On, Reading FC and London Irish so give them a look and a like while you’re at it! Anyway, let’s get today... Read more
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heraldscotland
PRO 12 team-by-team guideGalway Pat Lam Captain John Muldoon Players in Marnitz Boshoff (Golden Lio
PRO 12 team-by-team guide
heraldscotland / Posted 26 days ago
Galway Pat Lam Captain John Muldoon Players in Marnitz Boshoff (Golden Lions), Conor Carey (Nottingham), Eoin Griffin (London Irish), Cian Kelleher (Leinster), Dominic Robertson-McCoy (Northland). Players out Rodney Ah You (Ulster), Robbie... Read more
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BT Sport
Aviva Premiership team-by-team guideOllie Devoto (Exeter); Rob Webber (Sale); Jonathan Evans (Scarlets); Luke Arsco
Aviva Premiership team-by-team guide
BT Sport / Posted 26 days ago
Ollie Devoto (Exeter); Rob Webber (Sale); Jonathan Evans (Scarlets); Luke Arscott (Bristol); Max Northcote-Green (London Irish); Brett Herron (Ulster); Stuart Hooper (retired); Dominic Day (Toyota Verblitz); Amanaki Mafi (NTT Shining... Read more
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Sporting Life
Saracens hungry for morelikely to be locked in a three-way battle to stay alive.The Falcons just avoide
Saracens hungry for more
Sporting Life / Posted 26 days ago
likely to be locked in a three-way battle to stay alive.The Falcons just avoided the relegation trap-door last season with London Irish taking the plunge into the Championship and strangely I think their experience in understanding what is required... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Samoa wing Sailosi Tagicakibau leaves Wasps for family reasonsafter being released from his contract for family reasons. The 33-year-old mad
Samoa wing Sailosi Tagicakibau leaves Wasps for family reasons
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 26 days ago
after being released from his contract for family reasons. The 33-year-old made 34 appearances at Wasps after joining from London Irish in 2014. Tagicakibau racked up more than 150 appearances for Irish in a nine-year spell, winning 21 caps for... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Samoa wing Sailosi Tagicakibau leaves Wasps for family reasonsafter being released from his contract for family reasons. The 33-year-old mad
Samoa wing Sailosi Tagicakibau leaves Wasps for family reasons
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 26 days ago
after being released from his contract for family reasons. The 33-year-old made 34 appearances at Wasps after joining from London Irish in 2014. Tagicakibau racked up more than 150 appearances for Irish in a nine-year spell, winning 21 caps for... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Samoa wing Sailosi Tagicakibau leaves Wasps for family reasonsafter being released from his contract for family reasons. The 33-year-old mad
Samoa wing Sailosi Tagicakibau leaves Wasps for family reasons
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 26 days ago
after being released from his contract for family reasons. The 33-year-old made 34 appearances at Wasps after joining from London Irish in 2014. Tagicakibau racked up more than 150 appearances for Irish in a nine-year spell, winning 21 caps for... Read more
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The News and Star
Samoa wing Sailosi Tagicakibau leaves Wasps for family reasonsafter being released from his contract for family reasons. The 33-year-old mad
Samoa wing Sailosi Tagicakibau leaves Wasps for family reasons
The News and Star / Posted 26 days ago
after being released from his contract for family reasons. The 33-year-old made 34 appearances at Wasps after joining from London Irish in 2014. Tagicakibau racked up more than 150 appearances for Irish in a nine-year spell, winning 21 caps for... Read more
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Sporting Life
Tagicakibau released by Waspshas left Wasps for family reasons Rugby union oddsThe 33-year-old made 34 appe
Tagicakibau released by Wasps
Sporting Life / Posted 26 days ago
has left Wasps for family reasons Rugby union oddsThe 33-year-old made 34 appearances at Wasps after joining from London Irish in 2014.Tagicakibau racked up more than 150 appearances for Irish in a nine-year spell, winning 21 caps for... Read more
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