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The '38' curse of Finno strikes again!

By Finno
February 2 2016

This was your correspondent’s third foray into away match reporting this season.  Having already reported on the away matches at Chiefs (38-11), Quins (38-07) and this weekend at Sharks (38-10), I can now confirm that I will not report on another away match this season, for fear of the '38 curse' rearing its ugly head again !... More >

We've only made it into the quarter finals....

We arrived in Agen at 19.00 as the mist started to fall, there were no signs of life and we expected tumbleweed to be rolling down the Rue.On the message board's advice we found 'C... More >

There's always next year

A famous philosopher once wrote “Everything in life is constant and predictable – apart from London Irish’s team selection for the European Challenge Cup”... More >

Under Pressure

I’m going to be honest, I for one was very nervous about this game, I don’t mind being nervous, in fact I think it’s healthy, because if you think about the thril... More >

Tough in the mud

London Irish travelled up to Kingsholm to take on a Gloucester side who have found form this season.  The weather was dire, the rain pouring down from the morning to minutes b... More >

A team has awakened. Have you seen it?

  Irish leading by two, with two minutes on the clock. Northampton claim the restart, the first time they had achieved this the entire game. They start pounding against the I... More >

Exiles come close at Murrayfield

A tough, gritty game at Murrayfield in which we really tested a strong Edinburgh side ended up in a well-fought loss - but a losing bonus point nonetheless. The game featured a lit... More >

Green shoots of better times ahead…

A surprisingly dry and mild day promised excellent conditions at the Madstad for an entertaining encounter for a London Irish side bent on revenge for their quarter final defeat ag... More >

Where to from here..........???

Following the recent LDH against Wasps, there were further positive signs of improvement, as we remained in the game for 70 minutes, but eventually the sheer pressure on our defenc... More >

It's more than just 70 minutes!

London Irish came up against a Wasps side who, arguably, are the form side of Europe.  Not many sides can boast beating Leinster and Toulon, especially not in back to bac... More >

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