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Team News | London Irish v Gloucester RugbyRichard Wigglesworth says, like his players, he is focused on finding improvements in his own performance ahead of the second fixture in charge of Leicester Tigers. Speaking mid-week from Mattioli Woods Welford Road, where the side held their final squad session ahead of Friday night’s trip north to face Sale Sharks in Round 14 of the Gallagher Premiership, Wigglesworth said he had taken learnings from his debut match in the top job. “I just want to learn as quickly as I can, properly, so I can be as good as I possibly can for this group, ” he said.
Jackson kicked penalties on either side of the break as the home side extended their lead to 21-12 but a second from Socino in the 52nd minute brought Gloucester back into the game with Hastings' conversion bringing down the deficit to two points. Gloucester took the lead of the game for the first time on the hour mark when Adam Hastings slotted a monster drop goal from halfway. Even though London Irish were desperate for a final flourish, stern defence from Gloucester saw them hold on to their one-point lead as they registered their fourth consecutive victory. Team line up: London Irish: Arundell, Loader, Luna, van Rensburg, Hassell-Collins, Jackson, White, Fischetti, Creevy, Chawatama, Ratuniyarawa, Simmons, Gonzalez, Pearson, Fa'aso'o.
“I am so fortunate to have such good people around me and having had learned from a great coach in Steve [Borthwick] and watch him do his thing. “There is definitely stuff I could have done better at the first game and, like when you are a player, you look at your performance, learn and improve for the next game. ” Discussing the different challenges he now faces from the coaches box, which weren’t as prevalent on the pitch, he added: “There are some very different and some very similar challenges, I am fortunate to have had the period of being both player and coach so it isn’t all a surprise for me in this role.
Match Centre: London Irish 21-22 GloucesterAdam Hastings' drop goal made the difference for Gloucester ©PA London Irish 21-22 Gloucester Rugby, Gtech Community Stadium Adam Hastings kicked a drop goal in the 62nd minute as Gloucester Rugby edged out London Irish 22-21 in the seventh round of the Gallagher Premiership at Gtech Community Stadium on Friday. This is fourth win for Gloucester in five games as they climb to the third position in the table with 20 points while London Irish are at 11th position. The game also was clouded by injury to England wing Jonny May following an arm injury while his international team-mate Henry Arundell also limped off the field with an ankle injury. London Irish kick-started the proceedings in the opening minute as Agustin Creevy dived over and Paddy Jackson kicked the conversion to make it 7-0.
They extended the lead to 10 points in the 14th minute as Jackson slotted a three-pointer as the home side dominated the opening exchanges. The end of the opening quarter saw Arundell leaving the field and Gloucester opened the account shortly as Adam Hastings helped Santiago Socino slide over. Hastings missed out on the conversion as the scoreline became 10-5. London Irish got their second try inside the half-hour mark Loader outjumped May to grab a crossfield kick from Jackson to score but the Gloucester wing had to leave the field injured in the process. Jackson missed out on the conversion but London Irish had a 15-5 lead.
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“We haven’t had many games at Mattioli Woods Welford Road this season, but it’s another challenge and as a group, we take them head on and we’ll do the same for the next four weeks on the road, ” he said. “Luckily, our travelling support is like no other and so it won’t feel like we are alone in the next four weeks – wherever we are playing. ” Having recorded a victory in his first game in charge – against Gloucester on Christmas Eve – Wigglesworth was quizzed on whether he would be trying to add more of his personality to the squad as he got more comfortable in the coaches chair. “It’s not about my personality being all over the team, ” said Wigglesworth.
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The momentum once again shifted towards the visitors as Ruan Ackermann dotted down at the back of a Gloucester maul and Hastings' conversion brought the gap down to three points. Jackson kicked penalties on either side of the break as the home side extended their lead to 21-12 but a second from Socino in the 52nd minute brought Gloucester back into the game with Hastings' conversion bringing down the deficit to two points.
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London Irish got their second try inside the half-hour mark Loader outjumped May to grab a crossfield kick from Jackson to score but the Gloucester wing had to leave the field injured in the process. Jackson missed out on the conversion but London Irish had a 15-5 lead. The momentum once again shifted towards the visitors as Ruan Ackermann dotted down at the back of a Gloucester maul and Hastings' conversion brought the gap down to three points.
“It’s about our personality as a coaching group, as players, all having an influence on who we are and what we do. “The team are going to take this club forward in the best way we can, as a group, it will not be about any individual. ” His first Tigers side was missing a few familiar faces, ruled out through injury, of which the Head Coach said could be the case on Friday night but – like every week – each playing carrying an injury would be assessed “individually” and managed accordingly. “We don’t send anyone out before they’re right, it’s an absolute non-negotiable for us, ” said Wigglesworth. “Everybody has got the challenge, across the league, of blokes with bumps and bruises, so we aren’t any different in that regard.
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” “I mean one example is that we are now out on the road for a month without a game at home for four weeks, which I probably wouldn’t have considered as a player – living so week to week – but as a coach need to ensure we’re planning around that. ” Tigers trip north in the final fixture of 2022 is followed by an away game against Newcastle Falcons in Round 15 before a return to European action in France against Clermont, before hosting Ospreys in Leicester 27 days after the last appearance at Mattioli Woods Welford Road. Asked about the lengthy period in between home games, the Tigers Head Coach said the Leicester support made it easier.
Gloucester took the lead of the game for the first time on the hour mark when Adam Hastings slotted a monster drop goal from halfway. Even though London Irish were desperate for a final flourish, stern defence from Gloucester saw them hold on to their one-point lead as they registered their fourth consecutive victory. Team line up: London Irish: Arundell, Loader, Luna, van Rensburg, Hassell-Collins, Jackson, White, Fischetti, Creevy, Chawatama, Ratuniyarawa, Simmons, Gonzalez, Pearson, Fa'aso'o. Reserves: Miller, Goodrick-Clarke, Parker, Munga, Cunningham-South, Englefield, Joseph, Parton.
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