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London Irish v Newcastle Falcons

Conveyancing Data Services are proud player sponsor of Tomas O’Leary (scrum half for London Irish). London Irish lost their game against Newcastle Falcons 13-31 on Saturday 7th February at home. Their next game is on Friday 13th February at 19.45 against Northampton away.

London Irish welcomed Newcastle Falcons to the Madejski Stadium on Saturday 7th February for their final LV= Cup pool stage game.

 

Both sides fielded experienced sides, with Glenn Delaney making four changes to the side that lost to the Scarlets last week brining Halani Aulika, Tomás O’Leary, Eamonn Sheridan and Topsy Ojo into the starting line-up.

 

Academy players Ollie Curry and Theo Brophy-Clews both featured in the replacements for the Exiles along with Darren Allinson who would make his 100th appearance for London Irish from the bench.

 

On a cold afternoon at the Madejski Stadium it was the visitors who came away with the spoils. The Falcons took a 6 – 14 lead into the break, with converted tries from Will Welch and Alesana Tuilagi cancelling out two Myles Dorrian penalties for the Exiles.

 

The second half saw Newcastle outscore Irish three tries to one. Fergus Mulchrone came off the bench to cross for the Exiles but tries from Sinoti Sinoti, Ally Hogg and Jamie Helleur saw Newcastle record a 31 – 13 win.

 

London Irish got the first points of the game through a Myles Dorrian penalty after three minutes and six minutes later a second Dorrian penalty gave the Exiles a 6 – 0 lead.

 

The next ten minutes saw Newcastle camp out on the Irish five-metre line. The Exiles defended bravely and repelled multiple attacks but after Conor Gilsenan was sent to the sin bin for pulling the maul down Newcastle went to the corner and put their one-man advantage to use, Captain Will Welch dotting down from the maul. Tom Catterick added the conversion to take the lead at 6 – 7 after 25 minutes.

As second try minutes later extended the Irish lead, this time Alesana Tuilagi receiving the ball after a Simon Hammersley break to touch down in the corner. Catterick added the conversion to make it 6 – 14, which is how it remained until the break.

Irish had a chance to close the gap moments into the second half but Myles Dorrian was unable to convert the penalty, pulling it just wide of the right hand upright.

 

It was Newcastle who scored first in the second half, Sinoti Sinoti capitalising on a lose lineout from Irish to claim the ball and dive over the line from short range. Catterick was unable to convert leaving the score at 6 – 19 with thirty minutes to play.

 

The fourth Falcon’s try came ten minutes later. A combination of strong runners and quick offloads allowed Newcastle to break through the London Irish defence, with Ally Hogg crashing over. Catterick added the extras to bring the score to 6 – 26.

 

Irish came close on several occasions to crossing for a try of their own, the pack getting the upper hand at scrum time and almost rumbling over. In the end it was the backs and replacement Fergus Mulchrone who crossed the whitewash. The centre stepped his way in and fended off the last man to sneak in at the corner. Myles Dorrian added the tricky conversion to make the score 13 – 26 with ten minutes left in the game.

 

Falcons had the final say of the game. After turning Irish over they broke away down the wing, allowing replacement Jamie Helleur to sprint in, Catterick was unable to convert leaving the full time score at 13 – 31.

 

London Irish will now focus on the Aviva Premiership with a trip to Northampton Saints next Friday at Franklin Gardens.

 

Score Sequence: (London Irish first) 3 – 0, 6 – 0, 6 – 5, 6 – 7, 6 – 12, 6 – 14, 6 – 19, 6 – 24, 6 – 26, 11 – 26, 13 – 26, 13 – 31

 

Scorers:

 

London Irish: Pens: Dorrian (4, 12), Tries: Mulchrone (69), Conversions: Dorrian (70)

 

Newcastle Falcons: Tries: Welsh (23), Tuilagi (27), Sinoti (46), Hogg (55), Helleur (78) Conversions: Catterick (24, 28, 56)

 

London Irish

 

15. Tom Homer; 14. Topsy Ojo (rep: Theo Brophy-Clews, 62); 13. Eamonn Sheridan; 12. Eoin Griffin (rep: Fergus Mulchrone, 55); 11. James Short; 10. Myles Dorrian; 9. Tomas O'Leary (rep: Darren Alllinson, 55); 1. Leo Halavatau (rep: Ken Dowding, 75); 2. Jimmy Stevens (rep: Mike Mayhew, 55); 3. Halani Aulika (rep: Richard Palframan, 55); 4. Nic Rouse (Captain) (rep: David Lyons, 47); 5. Sean Cox; 6. Kieran Low; 7. Conor Gilsenan (rep: Ollie Curry, 65); 8. Dan Leo

 

Replacements: 16. Mike Mayhew; 17. Ken Dowding; 18. Richard Palframan; 19. David Lyons; 20. Ollie Curry; 21. Darren Allinson; 22. Theo Brophy-Clews; 23. Fergus Mulchrone

 

Newcastle Falcons

 

15 Simon Hammersley, 14 Sinoti Sinoti (rep: Alex Tait, 49), 13 Adam Powell, 12 Juan Pablo Socino, 11 Alesana Tuilagi (rep: Jamie Helleur, 61), 10 Tom Catterick, 9 Mike Blair, (rep: Andy Davies, 51) 1 Eric Fry (rep: Rob vickers, 31), 2 Scott Lawson (rep: Rob Hawkins, 58), 3 Scott Wilson (rep: Alex Rogers, 60), 4 Calum Green (rep: Dom Barrow, 58), 5 Scott MacLeod, 6 Mark Wilson, 7 Will Welch © (rep: Richard Mayhew, 71), 8 Ally Hogg

 

Replacements 16 Rob Hawkins, 17 Rob Vickers, 18 Alex Rogers, 19 Dom Barrow, 20 Richard Mayhew, 21 Andy Davies, 22 Alex Tait, 23 Jamie Helleur

 

Referee: Ben Whitehouse

 

Attendance: 4764

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