Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Irish have announced the signing of hooker Tom Cruse from the Rugby Football Union Championship club the Rotherham Titans for the new season.
The 26 year old player has spent the last two years of his career playing in the RFU Championship having initially burst onto the scene with Sale Sharks in the Aviva Premiership. He began his senior career with Stockport and also won representative honours for Cheshire. Speaking of his move to the Exiles, Cruse said that the chance to sign for the club and play regularly in the Aviva Premiership was something that he has worked long and hard to achieve and when the opportunity presented itself, he did not even need to think about it.
He went on to add that there is a lot of excitement about the London Irish at the moment and he cannot wait for the summer to join up with his new teammates and begin his stint with the club. He has, however, admitted that for the time being, he wants to give his all for the Titans and wants to leave the team on a high. Continue reading » London Irish sign Tom Cruse from Rotherham Titans
Goode being the 34 year old has preferred to be in the Exiles to continue playing for his career. England has capped him 17 times for a role in coaching in joining the Exiles. In 2013, Wasps saw Goode joining them after Worcester Warriors. He also has the second position in scoring points in the Aviva Premiership. He is not lagging behind Charlie Hodgson with a big margin.
His spells at Leicester made his name famous which includes Premiership titles which are 5 with two Cups of Heineken during his tryst with Welford Road. He has also been part of Brive, the French side, Saracens and Sharks, the Rugby team of South Africa. He had a successful career which he wants to continue with the Irish. Goode states that his intensity of playing games has gone to a next level.
He thinks that it is a great opportunity to be joining the London Irish. The time he spent with the Wasps was amazing for him and he regards Dai Young, Derek Richardson and the players along with coaches. Continue reading » Next Season Will See Andy Goode Joining The London Irish
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Leicester Tigers have confirmed full back Mat Tait is set to leave the club at the end of the season after putting pen to paper on a long term deal with Bayonne, the Top 14 club from France.
The move sees Tait bring the curtains down on an eventful four year spell with the Tigers at Welford Road as he seeks a different experience for himself on the field and for his family off it.
Bayonne are precariously placed at tenth in the Top 14 standings, just four points above safety in a tightly packed bottom half of the table. But they are no pushovers in terms of star names in the squad which boasts the likes of Joe Rokocoko, the former New Zealand wing and Mike Phillips, the Wales scrum half. Continue reading » Mt Tait to leave Leicester Tigers for Bayonne
The ABC club will be made modern by Leicester as they plan to go ahead with it. For the next three years they have signed the deal internationally. Extensions of some of the players have also been considered. It is going to be extended till 2018.
The front row of ABC has always considered being strong. They are happy with that sort of achievement. That is the status which they were yearning for. The players are overwhelmed with the way they are going to stick around for some more time. While the players are in their jersey they want to do justice to the team by being in constant high spirit from the game point of view. Young and Cole both are going to be with the team for long. Since the days of their academy they have struggled and yet win it for their club.
Averza has been brought in by the club. It will give boost to the Argentineans. The latest Rugby Franchise is going to be at Buenos Aires in 2016. Daniel, the coach of Pumas has given an ultimatum to his team to return back to South America after the World Cup and if they do not consider it then they will be denied to play in the test rugby. It is a great initiative from the organizers and the coach part.
Some players have been renewed with the contract and some are new. It is a mix of both the old and the new which will set the rhythm in the club. Brad Thorn is going to miss out in action for this weekend from Leicester. With new changes and shifting parameters amongst the side in rugby it is taking a toll on the players but are doing their level best to perform with deliverance.