London Irish v Harlequins

Discussion in 'Aviva Premiership / LV Cup' started by !Dan, Feb 28, 2010.

  1. !Dan

    !Dan Guest

    Apologies if I'm not meant to post one of these.

    London Irish:
    15. Tom Homer
    14. Topsy Ojo
    13. Elvis Seveali'i
    12. Seilala Mapusua
    11. Peter Hewat
    10. Chris Malone
    9. Ryan Lamb
    1. Dan Murphy
    2. David Paice
    3. Faan Rautenbach
    4. Nick Kennedy
    5. Bob Casey
    6. George Stowers
    7. Steffon Armitage
    8. Chris Hala'ufia

    Replacements:
    16. James Buckland
    17. Max Lahiff
    18. James Tideswell
    19. Kieran Roche
    20. Jamie Gibson
    21. John Rudd
    22. Mike Catt
    23. Jamie Lennard


    Harlequins:
    15. Mike Brown
    14. David Strettle
    13. George Lowe
    12. Jordan Turner-Hall
    11. Sam Smith
    10. Nick Evans
    9. Karl Dickson
    1. Ceri Jones
    2. Matt Cairns
    3. John Andress
    4. James Percival
    5. Lewis Stevenson
    6. Chris Robshaw
    7. Will Skinner
    8. Tom Guest

    Replacements:
    16. Tani Fuga
    17. Aston Croall
    18. James Johnston
    19. Tomas Valleyos Cinalli
    20. Chris York
    21. Steve So'oialo
    22. Rory Clegg
    23. Nils Mord

    19 - 7 to London Irish at half time. 22 - 7 Just after.

    Tom Homer with 5 penalty kicks, Steffon Armitage with a Try and Homer with the conversion. A penalty Try for Quins and a conversion from Nick Evans, Evans with a missed penalty in the second half. We're looking good to take 4th place back so far.

    29 - 7, Nick Kennedy with a Try and Homer with the conversion.
     
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  3. !Dan

    !Dan Guest

    Apparently I can't re-edit the topic.

    29 - 14, George Lowe with the Try and Evans with the conversion. 5 minutes left to play.
     
  4. !Dan

    !Dan Guest

    Full time score, London Irish 29 - 14 Harlequins. Good win for us, taken back 4th place and Saracens have slipped up leaving the gap between us only as little as 1 point.
     
  5. tommybear

    tommybear Guest

    JTH and George Lowe both looked incredible, despite being on the wrong end of this one. JTH is just such a strong runner, and Lowe was ghosting past tacklers. Exciting for 'Quins and England fans.
     
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