London Irish are enjoying a particularly good spell at the moment with seven wins in their last ten matches. They are currently sitting in fifth place in the English Premiership, and are due to take on the Exeter Chiefs in the final of the Premiership Rugby Cup this coming Saturday.
Their squad of players has been building steadily over the past few years and appears to be clicking in all the right ways, with numerous young superstars starting to make their mark on the squad. The likes of Henry Arundell and Ollie Hassell-Collins have been flourishing over recent months and have both earned themselves call-ups to international level. Playing arguably the best rugby of his career, the experienced head of the immensely talented Paddy Jackson is also helping to guide the team in their surge for the playoffs.
It was this past weekend in their bonus-point win against Sale that the Irish once again showed the determination and quality that has been brewing in recent years. Just check out the try-saving tackle below by Rory Jennings that truly encapsulates this growing clubs endeavour:
Not today 😤
Rory Jennings with an incredible try saver!#PremRugby pic.twitter.com/koRy8h0opk
— RUGBYcomau (@rugbycomau) March 13, 2023