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Irish wing Lewington to join Saracens

Alex Lewington will join Saracens from London Irish ahead of the 2018-19 Aviva Premiership season.

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O'Connor unimpressed as Tigers beat Irish

Leicester head coach Matt O'Connor insisted the Tigers can be "as good as anyone" after they ended a six-match losing streak with a laboured 19-15 victory at home to Aviva Premiership bottom side London Irish.

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Falcons into top six as Irish snatch point

Newcastle climbed into the Aviva Premiership top six on Saturday as London Irish went down to their 11th defeat in 12 league games this season.

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Worcester hand Irish damaging defeat

Worcester Warriors have taken a big step towards Aviva Premiership survival after two Josh Adams tries gave them a 23-8 win over London Irish in what could prove Gary Gold's final game in charge.

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Irish hope for stay of execution at Worcester

London Irish prop Ben Franks urged his teammates not to play with the "noose" of relegation around their neck ahead of the season. Nick Kennedy's side travel to Worcester Friday night knowing defeat will leave them staring firmly at the drop.

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Prem team news: Fainga'a to make debut

The Aviva Premiership returns this weekend to give rugby fans an early Christmas present. Keep abreast of all the team news with ESPN.

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Challenge Cup: Morgan gives Blues victory

Winger Ollie Thorley ran in four tries as Gloucester coasted to a 69-12 European Challenge Cup Pool 3 victory over winless Zebre.

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Paice suspended five weeks

London Irish captain David Paice has received a five-week ban following his red card against Gloucester in the Aviva Premiership.

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Irish boss Kennedy feels 'let down' by Paice

Nick Kennedy did not mince his words as he described the incident that saw London Irish captain David Paice sent off during Gloucester's 39-15 Aviva Premiership victory.

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Gloucester make 14-man Irish pay

Gloucester continued their Aviva Premiership winning streak with a fifth straight victory in a 39-15 try bonus-point win over London Irish, who had captain David Paice sent off for a head-high tackle.

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Wasps recover as Irish slump continues

London Irish went down to an eighth consecutive Aviva Premiership defeat as Wasps staged a late revival to win 17-13 at the Madejski Stadium.

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Gloucester overpower Irish at Kingsholm

A strong Gloucester side had too much for London Irish as the visitors were trounced 47-7 at Kingsholm in round two of the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

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Saracens beat Irish to go top

Owen Farrell scored 19 points as Saracens moved back to the top of the Aviva Premiership with a bonus point 44-13 win over London Irish at Allianz Park.

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Prem team news: Saracens rest Itoje

With Eddie Jones having named his squad for the November internationals, this weekend's Aviva Premiership games take on added incentive for the players selected as they bid to stake a claim for a starting place.

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Falcons swoop past Irish to claim top spot

A 59th-minute try from captain Will Welch secured Dean Richards' high-flying Newcastle a 29-17 bonus-point victory over London Irish that took the Falcons to the top of the Aviva Premiership.

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Saints spoil London Irish homecoming

London Irish gave supporters little to celebrate on their first appearance of the season at the Madejski Stadium after falling to a 40-25 Aviva Premiership defeat to Northampton.

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Solomona at the double as Sale cruise

Denny Solomona touched down twice as Sale Sharks secured their first victory of the Aviva Premiership season following a comfortable 36-7 bonus-point triumph over 14-man London Irish.

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Late tries add gloss to Exeter win

Champions Exeter got back to winning ways in the Aviva Premiership with a convincing 37-7 defeat of London Irish at Sandy Park.

2018 RankingsEuropean Rugby Challenge Cup

  • IRISH7th
    TRIES SCORED 1st Edinburgh : 40 Tries Scored
  • IRISH7th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Edinburgh : 184 Points Difference