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(((LIVE HD!))) Jersey Reds vs. London Scottish Live Broadcast 10 September 2023


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The boss- Harvey Biljon: Upon conclusion of the 2021/22 season, Biljon committed to the aforementioned lengthy deal to keep him at the Championship Club until the summer of 2029. The 45-year-old, a previous attack coach at another second-tier outfit Cornish Pirates before his time in Jersey, led Reds to their best ever finish in the Championship last term and into the top four.


The match of the day is at Cae Ddol, where Ruthin host last season’s champions Nant Conwy, while Bala and Caernarfon go to Bethesda and Pwllheli respectively. Llangefni have home advantage versus Dolgellau and in Division Two North, Shotton Steel will look to continue their promising start at home to Nant Conwy Seconds. Other fixtures: Abergele v Newtown; Bangor v Denbigh; Colwyn Bay v Welshpool; Rhyl & District v Bro Ffestiniog. Mold Seconds and Wrexham Seconds have maximum points after the opening round of Division Three North East contests. Tomorrow, Mold play host to Rhosllanerchrugog and Wrexham sit things out.


The Exiles return to St. Peter for the first time since a spell in the Championship in the 2018/19 season, where honours were even, each a home win, in a split of league meetings that campaign. Having finished last season in fourth, Jersey achieved their highest league positioning since Irish’s departure from the second tier after back-to-back sixth-place finishes. Reds amassed their highest points haul in the Championship (69 points) since their promotion to the division a decade ago, with their biggest winning margins coming against capital side London Scottish both in the league (40 points) and cup (47) competitions. Harvey Biljon, coach in Jersey since midway through the 2013/14 season, recently committed to a seven-year deal at the Stade Santander International. The island took on current Gallagher Premiership champions Leicester Tigers on home soil last weekend, and following on from a 7-17 loss last season, ran the Midlanders close in a 26-35 defeat.


Rugby fixtures including Six Nations, Premiership and URC If you're abroad but want to watch your regular rugby coverage, London Scottish v Jersey (1pm) Bath v Jersey Reds (1pm) Live on TNT


Match Preview: Jersey Reds (A) | 25th August 2022 | News 25 Aug 2022 — Fixture: Jersey Reds vs London Irish against capital side London Scottish both in the league (40 points) and cup (47)


Match Preview: Jersey Reds (A) | 25th August 2022 | NewsFixture: Jersey Reds vs London Irish Competition: Pre-season friendly Date: 27th August 2022 Kick-off: 3pm Stadium: Stade Santander International Capacity: 5, 000 Another fixture, another new season- London Irish are back in action this forthcoming Saturday for a trip to the Channel Islands to face Championship side Jersey Reds in the Club’s first pre-season friendly.


“But signs are promising and this week gives us another opportunity to build and get used to the pace and physicality of Division One rugby. ” Mold will rotate their front row, with Matty Pryce and Ron Griffiths coming into the line-up, while wing Sean Hughes, centre Joe Hughes and full back Danny Williams are all likely to start.


Classic Encounter: London Irish 42-29 Jersey Reds – 27th November 2016 – Championship The Exiles put their Channel Island opponents to the sword at the Madejski Stadium in a 42-29 win in Reading back in 2016, but it was former player Guy Armitage who registered the first score of the meeting. Front-row physicality from David Paice and Richard Palframan via rolling mauls saw Irish reply swiftly, with Paice going on to add a second in the second-half. An injection of influence from the backs meant wingers Ben Ransom and Tom Fowlie got in on the act for Irish but Jersey did not walk away empty handed, nonetheless.


“There were some good things to build on, but we know we’ve got to work hard to address some of the things that didn’t go so well. “COBRA will be physical, they’ll want that battle so we’ve got to make sure we match that and take them on. “We know our home form is important this year, so it’s a big game for us and if we can execute then hopefully we can get our first points on the board. ” Mold, beaten 27-18 by Ruthin in their first match, go to early season leaders Llandudno tomorrow. It’s a case of taking the opportunities available for Mold’s head of performance Oli Heald. “Having been on top for most of the game last week, we were gutted not to finish it off, ” said Heald.


“The players know that they need to be better and it’s on me to make sure we are ready for next week away at Cardiff. ” Other fixtures: Bridgend v Aberavon; Ebbw Vale v Pontypridd; Llandovery v Merthyr; Neath v Carmarthen Quins; Pontypool v Swansea. Wirral-based side Caldy head to Leicester Tigers in the Premiership Cup tomorrow while Sale are at home to Bedford. Other ties: Ampthill v Newcastle; Exeter v Bristol; Gloucester v Nottingham; Harlequins v Hartpury; Coventry v Saracens.


Flint will welcome Llangollen-based Bro Gwernant, who opened their campaign with a 33-22 loss at the hands of Mold. Ciron Davies, Owen Parry and Danny Griffiths grabbed the tries for Bro. Other fixtures: Bala 2nds v Machynlleth; COBRA 2nds v Ruthin 2nds; Llanidloes v Denbigh 2nds. RGC belatedly get their Welsh Premiership campaign underway tomorrow with a trip to Cardiff. In their final pre-season run-out, RGC lost out 29-5 at Caldy and coach Ceri Jones told the club’s website: “At the moment we have 20/23 players at the level needed and we need to get the rest up to that level. “We have been hit with injuries and we are fast-tracking players to play Premiership rugby, so exposure to this standard of rugby is invaluable to them and will benefit us as a region in the long term.


London scottish rugby Stock Photos and Images Richmond. he Jersey huddle at the end of the London Scottish V Jersey Reds championship rugby match. Credit: Sport In Pictures/Alamy Live


Captain Jack wants Wrexham side to cut down on errors in home clash with COBRACUTTING down on the errors will be Wrexham’s aim during tomorrow’s home Division One North clash with COBRA. Newly-promoted Wrexham opened their top flight campaign with a 44-22 loss at Caernarfon and skipper Jack Harrison is hoping for a better outcome during their first match of the season at Bryn Estyn Road. “It’s going to be a big game this weekend at home to COBRA, ” he said. “We’ve had some decent games against them in the past few years and they always seem to be close. “We made too many errors at Caernarfon last week and that’s the difference in Division One and Division Two, we just cant afford to do that anymore.


Jersey Reds 57 London Scottish 14 Jersey Reds Jersey Reds 11 Apr 2022 — 11 Apr 2022 The Reds produced a powerful display to overwhelm London Scottish and take a giant stride towards the quarter-finals of the Championship


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