With their scrum also starting to go backwards, the second half brought only relative relief for the dispirited Irish. A looping pass from Myler was picked off by the alert Homer, who raced 70 metres to score at the other end, and even the home crowd saw the black humour when Nick Phipps succeeded only in hitting the newly signed James Stokes in the face with an attempted long pass. By the time Coleman cut through Bath’s mustard-coloured defensive line for Irish’s try after 58 minutes the game was long since up. Having missed touch one last time near the end, a chastened Myler squatted down for a while after the final whistle with both hands clasped to his head. Everyone connected with this horrible performance will have understood precisely how he felt.
10 respectively. Here's everything you need to know about the game. 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.
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. Highlights will be available online shortly after the match on the Premiership Rugby website along with a full match replay the following day. How else can I follow the game? If you are not going to watch the game on TV or be inside the stadium, Gloucestershire Live will be live blogging the match bringing you all the build-up, team news, live play-by-play match updates, reaction, stats, analysis, interviews and highlights from inside the ground.
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. Tickets are still available here.
A flowing move complete with some delightful offloading, not least from Rokoduguni and Jonathan Joseph in the Irish 22, stretched the plodding cover again and the scrum-half Will Chudley was in the right place to complete his side’s fifth touchdown. Compared with the side who have huffed and puffed through the campaign to date, it was almost like watching a different sport.
Bath blow London Irish away with first-half blitz of five triesSeasonal generosity is all very well but, short of serving mince pies and sherry during breaks in play, London Irish could not have been more accommodating hosts in the last Premiership match before Christmas. Bath could barely believe their luck, gorging on five tries in the first half hour alone to leapfrog into seventh place thanks to their most comprehensive win of the season. Given the hard times Bath have been experiencing lately this was the end-of-year tonic their management were hoping for, although they will not bump into many opponents as keen to simplify life for them as Irish were.
Bath v London Irish live stream info, team news and kick-off timeBath v London Irish on Saturday afternoon marks the continuation of the Gallagher Premiership restart in England. Round 14 of the league kicked off a whole five months after round 13 due to the coronavirus lockdown. New Bath head coach Neal Hatley takes charge just days after being promoted from forwards coach. Wales' Taulupe Faletau and Rhys Priestland start at No. 8 and No.
Jonathan Joseph, 12. Josh Matavesi, 11. Ruaridh McConnochie, 10. Rhys Priestland, 9. Ben Spencer, 1. Lewis Boyce, 2. Tom Dunn, 3. 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.
10 respectively. Here's everything you need to know about the game. 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.
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. Harry Elrington, 2. Motu Matu’u, 3.
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. 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.
Having lost their last five games in all competitions, Bath would have been happy enough had their first try, scored by the powerful Beno Obano from close range, been their only score of the opening quarter. As it transpired, from Irish’s perspective, it was just the opening reel of an unfolding Christmas nightmare with the visitors collecting another gift with the game less than nine minutes old. Stephen Myler’s attempted pass ended up loose on the slippery deck and Anthony Watson, back fit ahead of schedule from a knee problem to face his old side, completed a 70-metre kick and chase score at the other end.
Could it get much worse for Irish? Of course it could. A desperate attempted interception from an offside position close to his own line cost a penalty try and a yellow card for No 8 Albert Tuisue to bring up the visiting bonus point with almost indecent haste and Bath clearly sensed an opportunity to cut loose.
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.
”There was an element of deja vu involved, given this was Bath’s 10th successive Premiership win in this fixture, a run of success that dates back to September 2012. It will hardly ease Irish’s disappointment that five former Exiles players were on the visiting teamsheet, including the full-back Tom Homer, the deserved man of the match, showing consistent pace and enterprise as his side registered six tries, as many as they had managed in their previous five league matches put together.
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To add injury to this double insult, Irish also lost Jackson after he pulled his right hamstring trying vainly to keep pace with the flying Watson. Such moments tend to indicate a match when nothing is destined to go right and it was no surprise when an aimless kick by Myler was run back with interest by Homer and, despite the suggestion of a forward pass, ended with Semesa Rokoduguni going over.
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The Exiles have just started promoting season tickets before their move back to west London next season but this was a less than irresistible sales pitch. There were some mitigating factors, with the All Black wing Waisake Naholo back in New Zealand for the birth of his first child and injury removing Paddy Jackson from the fray prematurely, but Wallaby lock Adam Coleman’s league debut was far from auspicious and his director of rugby, Declan Kidney, did not look a man about to enjoy a relaxing festive break. “Our first-half performance wasn’t us and we need to see why that was the case, ” said the former Ireland coach, whose side go to Worcester on Saturday. “Bath played well but there’s a lot for us to take on board.
BBC Radio Gloucestershire will also be providing live commentary of the game. 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. Ruan Ackermann. Replacements: 16. George McGuigan, 17. Alex Seville, 18. Ciaran Knight, 19.
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Bristol Bears 40-36 London Irish LIVE: Reaction from third Both sides have started the new campaign well with third place Bristol having won their opening two games against Bath and Wasps, while