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Tait And Rizzo Signed Contract With Tigers

Leicester Tigers is soon getting some new names in the team, the Italy prop Michele Rizzo and the Ex-England international Mathew Tait has agreed to sign fresh deals with Leicester Tigers.

Tait is a versatile player and now 31 years old has played over 100 games for the Tigers. And in this season he has given 19 appearances.


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.

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.

Injury strikes again as Bowden ruled out

It seems that the injury curse for the reigning Aviva Premiership champions the Leicester Tigers is showing no sign of letting up after Dan Bowden was forced to have his appendix removed while he was enjoying some time off in New Zealand.


Parling out with shoulder injury

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club and the reigning champions the Leicester Tigers have been dealt a huge blow with news emerging that lock Geoff Parling will be out of action for quite some time due to an injury on his damaged shoulder.


Tigers at full strength

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club and record winners of the title the Leicester Tigers will be going into the final of this season’s edition, looking to secure their ninth Premiership title with virtually their full strength squad.

According to Richard Cockerill, the Director of Rugby of the club, the club’s two recent injury scares, lock forward Ed Slater and winger Adam Thompstone are looking very good and have a very good chance of being fully fit for the local derby in the final against heated rivals the Northampton Saints.


Leicester Tigers sign Scarlets’ fly half Williams

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Leicester Tigers have completed a deal to bring talented flay half Owen Williams from the Welsh side Scarlets to Welford Road at the end of the season continuing their spree of signing young players with high potential.

The 21 year old, who has made seven first team appearances for the Welsh club this season, is in the final year of his development contract with the club and with his parent club not opening negotiations over a professional contract, he was free to move anywhere and he has chosen Welford Road.


Tigers to face Toulon

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Leicester Tigers recorded their own bit of history after winning a pulsating and absorbing game against French power houses Toulouse 9-5 over the weekend.


Tigers Welcome back several Key Players

Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club the Leicester Tigers were given a huge fitness boost ahead of their scheduled Heineken Cup encounter against French side Toulouse with news that back rower Steve Mafi is back to full fitness and ready to play a part in the game. The Tongan flanker had to sit out of The Tigers’ last two games with injury after being taken off in the second half in their match against Harlequins FC on the 22nd of September.



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