London Irish have contracted seven players to their senior academy programme for the 2014/15 season.
Ollie Adams, Theo Vukasinovic, Ollie Curry, Connor Murphy, Harry Lightfoot-Brown, Ross Neal and Cameron Cowell will join Tom Smallbone, Gerard Ellis, Richard Palframan and Tom Fowlie in the club's senior academy next season.
Ollie Adams is a hooker who has been involved with the London Irish
Maidenhead Advertiser has teamed up with Green Flag, official breakdown and recovery supplier to Premiership Rugby, to offer two fans the chance to win two tickets each for Saturday's clash between London Irish and Sale
Director of rugby Brian Smith admits the battle was won and lost in the first 40 minutes as London Irish's spirited second-half comeback fell short against Northampton Saints at Franklin's Gardens.
Aviva Premiership leaders Saints
Nic Rouse insists there's no danger of London Irish going on their summer holidays just yet - with next season's Aviva Premiership very much on the 33-year-old's mind.
The Exiles currently sit tenth in the
London Irish director of rugby Brian Smith claimed his side's second-half performance was more satisfying than their first despite scoring six tries before the break in an emphatic victory over Newcastle Falcons in the Aviva
Maidenhead RFC head coach Allan Greene has stressed the importance of getting off to a good start when his side kick the season off with two Berkshire derbies in September.
Greene said the
After sharing the Twickenham turf with British Lions Owen Farrell and George North; Marlow head coach Gordon Ferguson admits his U11 side will be forever reliving their Aviva Premiership Final debut.
As Saracens and Northampton
Two Claires Court School teams won national sevens tournaments to cap a memorable season.
The u18s started their ISA competition well, beating Sexey's School from Devon 35-0, Trinity School, Croydon 26-5, and the home team