The second in a series of London Irish and rugby related puzzles. Just for fun - no prizes! Click on the grid to download a copy of the word search to print and complete. Answers will be published in a future edition of the Exile Files - the LISC email sent to our members.
The first in a series of London Irish and rugby related puzzles. Just for fun - no prizes! Click on the crossword to download a copy of the crossword to print and complete. Answers will be published in a future edition of the Exile Files - the LISC email sent to our members.
As we rapidly approach the start of the new season it is time to look back over the past 12 months or so and think about who has been the supporters' Player of the Season. Ollie Hoskins was our LISC Player of the Season for 2018-19, but who wins the award for the 2019-20 season … Continue reading LISC Player of the Season 2019-20
Mini Rugby is a section of England Rugby Age Grade that ensures every player is able to enjoy rugby in a safe environment where they can develop their personal and social skills as well as a wide array of transferable multi-sports skills. Mini Rugby is the game for all players (male and female) aged 5 – 11 … Continue reading Mini Rugby at London Irish Amateur Rugby Football Club
This season has been unlike any other. The huge Covid-enforced break, the congested restart and the threat of relegation being removed make it one for the record books so who better to give their insight than the longest serving member of the squad? We caught up with Blair Cowan to talk about the youngsters making … Continue reading Exclusive Interview: Blair Cowan
LISC Membership 2020-21 The LISC membership year starts on 1st August and we hope to have the first of the new season’s membership packs in the post by the middle of the month.However it does take us a few weeks to process all our members, so please do not panic if you have to wait … Continue reading LISC Membership 2020-21
Al Hoenig (a.k.a. Big-Al) reminisces about some of those great European weekends. The 2002-03 season saw London Irish compete in the Heineken Cup for the first time, and my first European adventure with London Irish was the trip to Toulouse that season. The first of many great trips – I had travelled out with the … Continue reading The Madejski Era – No Time Toulouse
Come along to Hazelwood to meet the coaches and hear what they have to say about where we are and where we're going. Make sure you are armed with questions for our coaching experts. Declan Kidney, Director of Rugby will be there, joined by Assistant Coaches George Skivington and Dec Danaher, with the possibility … Continue reading Meet the Coaches – Wednesday 26th February
Al Hoenig (a.k.a. Big-Al) recalls the 2001-02 season. The 2001-2002 season opened (as quite a few seasons have) with a match against Harlequins – we came away from the Stoop with a 32-21 win – but this was not to be our only visit to the Stoop this season, but more of that later. Let’s … Continue reading The Madejski Era – We Know a Song About That (2001-2002)
Al Hoenig (a.k.a. Big-Al - whose first London Irish match was our first home game at the Madejski Stadium) takes a look back at our first season at the Madejski Stadium. Saturday 2nd September 2000, 3pm – London Irish take on Saracens at the Madejski Stadium in Reading, the start of the Exiles 20 year … Continue reading The Madejski Era – The Early Years (to 2001)