Will Stuart, 4. Josh McNally, 5. Charlie Ewels (capt), 6. Zach Mercer, 7. Sam Underhill, 8. Taulupe Faletau. Replacements: 16. Jack Walker, 17. Beno Obano, 18. Christian Judge, 19. Elliott Stooke, 20. Josh Bayliss, 21. Will Chudley, 22. Cameron Redpath, 23. Tom de Glanville London Irish: 15. Tom Parton, 14. Ben Loader, 13. Curtis Rona, 12. Terrence Hepetema, 11. Ollie Hassell-Collins, 10. Paddy Jackson, 9. Nick Phipps, 1.
What's the team news? Gloucester Rugby: 15. Lloyd Evans, 14. Jonny May, 13. Chris Harris, 12. Seb Atkinson, 11. Ollie Thorley, 10. Santiago Carreras, 9. Ben Meehan, 1. Harry Elrington, 2. Santiago Socino, 3. Kirill Gotovtsev, 4. Alex Craig, 5. Matias Alemanno, 6. Harry Taylor, 7. Lewis Ludlow (C), 8.
Tickets are still available here. What time is kick-off? The kick-off time is at 3pm. Is the game on TV? Yes. This season every Gallagher Premiership match will be televised on either BT Sport on PRTV. Premiership Rugby have confirmed this weekend's match will be shown live on PRTV with coverage starting at around 2. 50pm. You can sign up here for £4. 99 right here.
Match Centre: Gallagher Premiership: Bath 27-24 London IrishAgustin Creevy's double try went in vain for London Irish ©Steve Haag Bath 27-24 London Irish, Recreation Ground Orlando Bailey kicked a 73rd minute penalty goal as Bath Rugby edged out London Irish with a 27-23 margin in the 24th round of the Gallagher Premiership at Recreation Ground on Saturday. The result meant Bath now have moved from the last place to 12th position with 33 points while London Irish are at eighth position with 63 points. Bath started the game with a setback as Charlie Ewels was sin-binned in the 4th minute for a dangerous tackle and London Irish immediately capitalised on the numerical advantage with Ben Loader touching down in the corner.
With the break approaching, Agustin Creevy dived from close range and Jackson improved to take the visitors to a slender 14-17 lead at the conclusion of the opening half. The visitors got off the block early in the second half as Creevy scored his second at the back of a maul and Jackson kicked the conversion to extend their lead to 10 points but Bailey followed with a penalty goal as the gap came down to seven points at the end of the third quarter. The scores were levelled by the 64th minute as a grubber kick from Clark was collected by Will Muir, who scored his eighth try of the campaign before Bailey's penalty goal in the 73rd minute proved to be the difference between the two sides. Team line up: Bath: De Glanville; Rokoduguni, Joseph, Clark, Cokanasiga; Bailey, Spencer; Morozov, Doughty, Stuart, Williams, Ewels (capt), Reid, Underhill, Faletau.
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They thought they extended their lead further but Nick Phipps spilled a chance. London Irish doubled their lead in the 19th minute as Curtis Rona created the break for Kyle Rowe to crossover but once again Paddy Jackson missed out on the conversion to make it 0-10. The first response from Bath came in the 33rd minute as Orlando Bailey created the gap for Mike Williams to score and in the 35th minute Taulupe Faletau evaded a couple of London Irish defenders for Ben Spencer to crossover. Bailey kicked both the conversions to make it 14-10.
Ruan Ackermann. Replacements: 16. George McGuigan, 17. Alex Seville, 18. Ciaran Knight, 19. Cam Jordan, 20. Albert Tuisue, 21. Stephen Varney, 22. Billy Twelvetrees, 23. Tom Seabrook. London Irish: 15 Ben Loader, 14 Lucio Cinti, 13 Benhard van Rensburg, 12 Rory Jennings, 11 Ollie Hassell-Collins, 10 Paddy Jackson, 9 Ben White, 1 Will Goodrick-Clarke, 2 Mike Willemse, 3 Oliver Hoskins, 4 Api Ratuniyarawa, 5 Chunya Munga, 6 Juan Martin Gonzalez, 7 Tom Pearson, 8 Matt Rogerson (c). Replacements: 16 Ignacio Ruiz, 17 Danilo Fischetti, 18 Lovejoy Chawatama, 19 Josh Caulfield, 20 Josh Basham, 21 Chandler Cunningham-South, 22 Joe Powell, 23 Luca Morisi. Who are the officials? Referee: Adam Leal (23 rd Premiership game).
London Irish vs Bath Rugby Live Stream 2022-23at 07:00 P. M On Saturday 01 October 2022 You can watch London Irish vs Bath Rugby Gallagher Premiership live streaming at the time 07:00 P. M on Saturday 01 October 2022. The Bath Rugby vs London Irish rugby match will be played at the Gtech Community Stadium.
What time is Bath v London Irish kick-off? Bath v London Irish kicks off at 3pm on Saturday, August 15, at the Rec. Is it on TV? What about live streaming? Bath v London Irish is not being shown live on TV, but BT Sport customers can tune in on BT Sport Extra 1 or via the app. What's the team news? Bath: 15. Anthony Watson, 14. Semesa Rokoduguni, 13. Jonathan Joseph, 12. Josh Matavesi, 11. Ruaridh McConnochie, 10. Rhys Priestland, 9. Ben Spencer, 1. Lewis Boyce, 2. Tom Dunn, 3.
How to watch Gloucester Rugby v London Irish live on TV and full team newsThe Cherry and Whites host London Irish on New Years' Eve in Round 14 of the 2022/23 Gallagher Premiership looking to propel themselves back into the top four of the league standings. Here are all the ways you can follow the action.... READ MORE: Bath Rugby v Newcastle Falcons LIVE: Team news announcements ahead of Gallagher Premiership clash When is the game? Gloucester Rugby v London Irish is being played on Saturday, December 31 at Kingsholm Stadium.
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