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What's In Store

By Dragons' Den
July 6 2014

So the Premiership fixtures are out, we know our European opponents, we're stying at the Kassam for three years, the squad is almost finalised, pre-season has begun, friendlies are sorted and the excitement is mounting. With all eyes focused on Premiership survival as the main prize, where are we going to be come the final shake down?  Have a look below and see where you think there may be a few points going begging, when your favourite away trips are and how you think Justin and the boys. are going to target the season.

London Welsh Aviva Premiership Fixtures*

7     Exeter Chiefs (H) 2pm – BT Sport Live
13    Bath (A) 3pm     
20    Sale Sharks (A) 2pm        
26    Gloucester Rugby (H) 7:45pm – BT Sport Live

4    Harlequins (A) 3pm    
11   Newcastle Falcons (H) 2:30pm

16    Wasps (A) 2pm
23    Leicester Tigers (H) 2:30pm
30    Northampton Saints (H) 2:30pm

20    Saracens (A) 3pm
26    London Irish (A) 3pm

4    Harlequins (H) 2:30pm
11   Newcastle Falcons (A) 3pm

15    Sale Sharks (H) 2:30pm
21    Gloucester Rugby (A) 3pm
28    London Irish (H) 2:30pm

7    Exeter Chiefs (A) 3pm
29   Bath Rugby (H) 2:30pm

12    Wasps (H) 2:30pm
25    Leicester Tigers (A) 3pm

9    Northampton Saints (A) 3pm
16   Saracens (H) TBC

*All fixtures after Round 6 are subject to change for broadcast requirements

The 2014/15 Premiership season will see Sunday afternoons at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford (kick-off 2:30pm) become synonymous with London Welsh (unless on occasions when dictated otherwise by television), with the club having committed to playing its home games at the Kassam Stadium for the next three years.

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What's In Store
Discussion started by The Dragons' Den , 06/07/2014 18:20
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06/07/2014 18:20
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06/07/2014 19:59
As i've already mentioned on another topic, we should fear no one, of course it's going to be difficult, in fact BL***Y difficult to say the least. Everyone, MAN, WOMAN,CHILD, and his/her/there DOG will pick/choose/say that LONDON WELSH are favourites for the DROP. But at the end of the day it will be ALL our opponents that will have the pressure of lowering our COLOURS. We must take & target every game as it comes along as a possible WIN, otherwise why bother to turn up! BRING IT ON! C'MON YOU WELSH! PADDYTAF.


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06/07/2014 20:51
As JB has said its not about survival.......... we are there to compete

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