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Farewell to The Avenue

By Big-Al
April 7 2014

The final competitive match on the hallowed turf of the 1st team pitch at The Avenue turned out to be very competitive, but unfortunately, in typical London Irish style the Geese had to settle for the moral victory and 2 bonus points to help in their battle to remain in National League 2 South for another season.... More >

The St Patrick's Day Party

The St Patrickís Day Party: the highlight of the calendar for the London Irish faithful. Plenty of fun off the pitch and in recent years on it as well. Since 08/09 only on one occa... More >

LI AASE (St Paulís) v Hartpury college

So sunny Wednesday afternoon and a lovely drive down to Gloucester (scenic route) to arrive at Hartpury College about half an hour before the 6 oíclock kick off, missed the college... More >

NOT A Happy Hunting Ground

Lets face it Irish fans, yesterday was torrid. For me I found it heart breaking being tuned into BBC Radio Berkshire and hearing my beloved Irish being dominated by the Exeter Chi... More >

We Always Lose at Wasps

Irish headed to Adams Park with high-hopes after a massive away win at (then) league-leaders Saracens. Of course anyone who's followed the Exiles for any length of time can tell yo... More >

Energetic Exiles Stun Saracens

As a travelling supporter, you are filled with excitement and energy when your side take 3 points from 2 minutes ... especially if you are a London Irish supporter.... More >

Second Team or Cup Team?

It was a low attendance at the Madjeski yesterday but the performance by the boys wearing out green jersey was great.  We won yesterday and Engand lost.  To all those tha... More >

Out of Focus

London Wasps v London Irish – Saturday 25th January 2014, LV= Cup.... More >

I Cavalieri Prato v London Irish - Match Report

So I agreed to do the match report for the away trip to Prato and what happens. I end up spending most of the game posting updates directly to the craic so here goes with a report ... More >

Cat And Mouse

The game against Lustianos XV was a try fest for one side, London Irish.  Yes, we scored 13 tries and only conceded 1 kickable penalty but the real plaudits have to go to Lust... More >