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TFTM 2014 - 5 : Declan Danaher

By Big-Al
August 29 2014

Thanks for the memories is drawing to a close for this season.The penultimtate leaver isn't, thankfully, leaving Irish but he's calling a close a fantastic playing career. Mr London Irish - Declan Danaher.... More >

TFTM 2014 - 4 : Marland Yarde

Thanks for the memories continues in its keeping-the-craic-online mission with a big loss for the club. Marland Yarde has shown himself to be a real handful on the wing for Irish a... More >

TFTM 2014 - 3 : James O'Connor

Thanks for the Memories continues with a farewell to short-term signing, and major coup for the club, James O'Connor. James's move to Irish was made to help him get away from off-f... More >

TFTM 2014 - 2 : Ian Humphreys

In the second installment of this year's Thanks for the Memories we say a pictoral farewell to Ian Humpheys who is returning to Ulster.... More >

TFTM 2014 -1 : Chris Hala'ufia

A new batch of pictoral farewells from Big-Al kicks off with an absolute legend. Thanks for the Memories Mr Chris Hala'ufia!... More >

Toulouse 2006

Following-on from Big-Al's reminiscences about past London Irish glories Mad Monk recalls his first overseas game into the French rugby heartland...... More >

The Greatest Ever London Irish Victories

Taking inspiration from a rather good book I read a while back - The 100 Greatest Watford Wins* (which lists and details Watford Football Club's 100 greatest and most enjoyable pos... More >

The Sun Sets On Sunbury!

The legends game ended, the sun slowly set and the slowest pitch invasion in rugby ever occurred! Saturday really was, yet another, great day in the sun at Sunbury.... More >

London Irish 22 - Sale Sharks 20

As the players warmed up and murmur went around the stadium and all eyes turned to a big front row forward wearing bright orange boots; yes the face Irish supporters where looking ... More >

It's Grim Oop North

This weekend we welcome a bunch of northeners to the end of season party at the Madjeski. They sit some way above us in the league and have been flirting with playoff qualification... More >

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