London Irish set to ground share with Premiership rival when rugby returns

London Irish have left the Madejski Stadium in Reading after 299 games, but their new home ground is not yet ready.

They’re set to use Brentford FC new state-of-the-art stadium, but it is not ready yet.

 The Exiles have been in talks with both Saracens and Harlequins to use one of their grounds for a campaign which still has nine of 22 league rounds to play

According to RUCK sources, it will likely be Sarries due to Allianz Park having a artificial pitch, which would be more durable to stand the extra games.

The decision will be made this lunchtime when Premiership boss Darren Childs will unveil the fixture schedule for the leagues return in August.


The 15 internationals Linked With French Club of Proposed UAE Takeover

Here is a full list of all the players linked with a shock move to the ProD2 club…

1. Maro Itoje (England)

2. Eben Etzebeth (South Africa)

3. Dan Biggar (Wales)

4. Michael Hooper (Australia)

5. Faf de Klerk (South Africa)