Leicester Tigers last game, which saw them in a showdown at home with the Northampton Saints, ended in a 27-20 win for Leicester.

With this result, they have been able to book a place in the semi-finals of the Anglo-Welsh Cup.



The Leicester Tigers will be meeting the Northampton Saints on Saturday at Welford Road, in the Aviva Premiership derby and the game will see George Worth continue at full back position for Leicester Tigers.

Just last week, Worth had started against Bristol, having stepped in to replace Mathew Tait who was fit due to a broken jaw, and a TelusaVeainu who was away on international duty at the time for Tonga.


McGuigan Settles Into Leicester Fold Easily

The new hooker of the Leicester Tigers, George McGuigan, has settled into the team easily. He came to the Tigers gang from the Newcastle Falcons rugby team before the start of this season.

He has played in three Aviva Premiership games till now. His first start was against his former team Falcons. The Tigers beat the Falcons by 14-13 points and McGuigan made his debut for the Leicester team in the second half replacing Tom Youngs.


Leicester Players Help Other Teams To Win

There have been eyes on the Leicester Tigers for a while now.

They have had a successful weekend recently. Ben Youngs and Dan Cole have been part of the England team which won victory over Brisbane. Will Evans has also been able to have a successful part in the under 20s team as they won the under 20 championship in the recent world rugby tournament.


Morgan hopeful of recovery

Ben Morgan, the England No. 8, is in quite high spirits about his fitness issues as he looks set to recover from an injury that ended his season in time to keep his dream of representing England in the Rugby Six Nations alive.

Capped 27 times by the England team, Morgan has not played a competitive match since suffering a horrendous looking broken leg while playing for Leicester Rugby against Saracens FC in the Aviva Premiership in January.

Cockerill says Leicester Tigers will spend money in transfer window

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Leicester Tigers is in need of some high quality reinforcements and will not back down from spending money to plug the holes in the squad, according to Director of Rugby Richard Cockerill.

Leicester Beats London Irish by 12-6

To secure the hope of finishing in the top four, Leicester Tigers beat London Irish which was a close-knit encounter.

In the first half, scrum was dominated by Leicester and it was in the last minute of the break that Geoff Cross was sin-binned. Two penalties were kicked by Freddie Burns and the visitors had a half time with 9-3 with a drop-goal. It was in the Madejski Stadium with rain and windy condition.
It was David Mele who secured the necessary points for Tigers just when Shane Geraghty retorted with fly-half.

Northampton Saints sign Jamie Gibson from Leicester Tigers

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Northampton Saints have announced the signing of flanker Jamie Gibson from fierce East Midlands rivals the Leicester Tigers for the new season.

The 24 year old, who was a part of the England squad for their summer tour of 2012 without being handed a cap, is one of the most promising players on the fringes of the England team and his signing for the new season means the Jimmies will go into the 2015/16 even stronger.

Toulon Win Against The Tigers

Toulon took their revenge by defeating the Tigers as they were defeated at the Leicester. In the starting quarter Toulon showed an intensity which was unmatchable. The victory was comprehensive for his team. There was fury amongst the crowd as well in the first quarter. Soon Toulon was up with 16-0. Courage was shown by Toulon in the game against the Tigers. Second half Leicester showed some momentum but they were obviously no match against Toulon.

Leicester Injury-Hit Team Doesn’t Want Sympathy: Winger

Amidst huge discussions about the devastating form of injury hit Leicester Tigers, the squad winger Benjamin (Miles) has stated that they are looking for anything but sympathy.
In one of his recent interviews, the Tigers winger remarked that they aren’t having any sorry feel for their injuries post the bad defeat to the London Irish club lately.



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