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Rise Of The Eejits

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The Order Of The Odd Shaped Ball - Rise of the Eejits is an unofficial London Irish web site and messageboard which we like. To get to the site enter :- www.orderoftheoddshapedball.org and enjoy the eejit fun.
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There are many great individual players - Armitage brothers, Big Bob Casey, Nick Kennedy, etc. Eoin Hickey is my current favourite choice

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    Casey leads strong Irish team against the Ospreys Club captain Bob Casey leads a strong London Irish team against the Ospreys at Madejski Stadium on Sunday (2nd November, kick-off 3.00pm) as the Exiles go all out to secure a semi-final place in the EDF Energy Cup. Last weekend's bonus point win over Harlequins gives London Irish a real chance of progressing to the knock-out stage of the competition and as Head Coach Toby Booth said after that result, "We will be going out against the Ospreys to win, without question." True to his word Booth has selected a talented starting XV that features 11 full internationals. Seilala Mapusua and Sailosi Tagicakibau, who will play for the Pacific Islands against England next Saturday, feature in an attacking back line in which England half backs Shane Geraghty and Paul Hodgson start together for the first time this season. All Black Clarke Dermody continues at loose head prop in a front row that includes England hooker Dacid Paice and Springbok Faan Rautenbach. Bob Casey is accompanied in the second row by James Hudson who made a welcome return to action in last weekend's match. Tongan international Chris Hala'Ufia is joined in the back row by Steffon Armitage and Richard Thorpe. Among the replacements are Kieran Roche and Mike Catt, both have recovered from injury and are expected to take some part in the game