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London Irish Wild Geese

The Wild Geese is the 1st XV of the amateur club and the name has historical resonance (see ‘Recent History’ section). They have been promoted to National 2 league for the 2016/17 season. As a consequence, they are associated with the National Clubs Association (NCA) and the club abides by their regulations.

London Irish Wild Geese

The Wild Geese is the 1st XV of the amateur club and the name has historical resonance (see ‘Recent History’ section). They have been promoted to National 2 league for the 2016/17 season. As a consequence, they are associated with the National Clubs Association (NCA) and the club abides by their regulations.

[quote_right]Wild Geese[/quote_right] The Wild Geese is the 1st XV of the amateur club and the name has historical resonance (see ‘Recent History’ section). They have been promoted to National 2 league for the 2016/17 season. As a consequence, they are associated with the National Clubs Association (NCA) and the club abides by their regulations
See the latest Wild Geese news – including a list of contacts.[divider type=””] [quote_left]The Wanderers[/quote_left]The Wanderers is the 2nd XV and play in the RFU Zoo Sports Shield League Div. 2. They are the feeder team for the Wild Geese and train with them on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
See the latest Wanderers news – including a list of contacts.[divider type=””]
Nomads on Tour, Cork 2015

Nomads on Tour, Cork 2015

[quote_right]The Nomads[/quote_right]The Nomads is the 3rd XV and play in the RFU Zoo Sports Shield League 3. They were revived as a team 5 years ago to encourage young players who had stopped playing, for whatever reason, to get back to the club and start playing again. Most of their players have come through the Minis section and some have been playing since the age of six.
See the latest Nomads news – including a list of contacts.[divider type=””] [quote_left]The Bs (The Vets)[/quote_left] The Bs is the long-established Veterans team for the club. Players need to be at least 35 years of age, but some are far older, though won’t necessarily admit to it! As well as league and friendly fixtures, they have an annual ‘Raid’ to Ireland before Xmas and an end-of-season tour in Europe.
See the latest Bs news – including a list of contacts.

[blockquote]The London Irish club has a rich history going back over 100 years – find out more information.[/blockquote]