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Redingensians coach Tom Hoines takes his side to Cleve for one of his final South West Division 1 games in charge.
Reading have been rocked by the news that full-back James Balfry must quit the game – on the verge of their biggest weekend of the season.
Gensians showed they are in no mood to give up the Berkshire Cup after storming into the final with a nine-try bonanza in Friday’s semi-final under the Rosehill floodlights.
Twenty two points from the boot of 18-year-old full-back Tom Homer – with six penalties and two conversions – helped Irish edge a hard-fought match.
Samoan centre Seilala Mapusua believes London Irish fans can roar their side into the end-of-season Guinness Premiership play-offs.
Gensians banged in eight tries to rattle up their biggest winning margin of the season in South West Division 1.
Shane Geraghty has been ruled out for the rest of the season after fracturing his hand in last week’s game with London Wasps at Adams Park.
As I’m sure you know by now, I ruptured a bicep tendon playing against Bath a couple of weeks ago so, unfortunately, I’m now sidelined until the end of April or beginning of May.
Four second-half tries underlined Reading’s superiority as they swept aside fourth-placed Swanage in their South West Division 2 East match at Holme Park.
London Irish travel to London Wasps at Adams Park on Sunday (Live on Sky Sports, 3.30pm) desperate to halt a four-match losing streak that has seen them knocked off the top of the Guinness Premiership.