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Wild Geese is the playing name of London Irish Amateur Rugby Club which was founded in one hundred years after its parent club which was launched in It is the most successful club founded by the professional Premium League clubs. Last season it gained promotion as champions of National league 3 London and South East by losing only one game in what is considered to be a very competitive Division.
Supporters flock to Sunbury as farewell party brings curtain down on 80 years of history. A venue that has hosted hundreds of parties over the past eight decades staged its final bash on Saturday. And although London Irish eyes were smiling there were a few tears too as the club's home of 80 years, in The Avenueplayed host to a farewell celebration, with hundreds flocking to say their misty-eyed goodbyes. Even the weather gods were cooperating as players past and present put on a show while there were mini rugby demonstrations too and fun for all the family.
They are the amateur team of London Irish  and play at Hazelwood. The creation of London Irish Amateur was first discussed in when rugby union became professional and London Irish set aside resources for the creation of an amateur team. The first team's official name was changed to London Irish Wild Geese after the Rugby Football Union 's governance committee gave consent for the change of name.
This is where the amateur wing of London Irish Rugby Club plies their trade once the pros have gone home for the day. The recently-opened development packs down among the tree-lined Croysdale Avenue in Sunbury-on-Thames. And Burpees aside, this re-introduction to the sport is proving difficult.
Those two victories came at the end of last month when, after a win-less start to the campaign, they finally got off the mark with a win at home to Redruth. Suitably boosted they then went to Clifton the following Saturday and won again. They use the training facilities owned by London Irish at Hazelwood Drive, Sunbury-on-Thames but are not linked with them in playing terms.
London Irish sealed their return to the top flight last week on a very good Friday for the Exiles. They beat Richmond at the Athletic Ground, a facility that looks pretty much as it did in the days before rugby union went open, a refuge for fans rather than corporates with the game itself the draw. Has there ever been a greater contrast between two clubs in the second tier of English club rugby? In the one corner stood London Irishtop of the table, one victory away from promotion and armed with a fully professional squad and a management team high on international experience.
Munster fans' kind deeds: The Munster Supporters Club certainly epitomised the season of goodwill in two recent gestures. The only school of its type in the mid-west, it provides one-on-one education for each of its current five pupils with a waiting list of more than 10 with each child having an individual educational plan. Sponsored Blarney: It seems bookmaking firm SportsSpread.