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Losing top-class scrum-half Tomas O’Leary for up to six months is a huge blow for London Irish, admits Brian Smith.
Newbury Blues 7 Reading 42
Amersham & Chiltern 17 Redingensians Rams 20
Stuart Mackay ran in a hat-trick of tries as Bracknell maintained their four-point lead at the top of South West 1 East with a convincing bonus point victory over Witney.
Jack Moates insists that London Irish’s replacements will provide fresh impetus in the latter stages of their crunch Amlin Cup Pool 1 game against Gloucester.
Reading Abbey visit Drifters tomorrow for a match which could affect their status as league leaders (2.15pm kick-off).
Having now passed the halfway mark in their National League 3 South West season Rams face eighth-placed Barnstaple at the Old Bath Road Ground tomorrow (kick-off 2pm).
Reading travel to Bletchley tomorrow for their last game in 2012 on a high after five successive wins.
Brian Smith has revealed that Shaun Edwards is working overtime to solve London Irish’s defensive frailties.
Halani Aulika says he will be looking to continue his incredible try-scoring record for London Irish tomorrow.