Bob Casey

Casey: Ireland can do it
Monday 14th March 11:07

London Irish lock Bob Casey is backing Ireland to scupper England's charge towards the Grand Slam on Saturday.

Booth - We deserved it
Saturday 9th October 22:28

Toby Booth believed London Irish deserved their 23-17 victory over Munster in the Heineken Cup.

Dermody to lead Exiles
Tuesday 24th August 10:38

Kiwi prop Clarke Dermody has been appointed London Irish captain for the 2010-11 season.

Casey hoping to end exile
Friday 25th April 13:39

London Irish captain Bob Casey is hoping to earn an international recall - eight years after his last appearance for Ireland.

Leicester prop White cited
Tuesday 22nd January 16:21

Julian White and three London Irish forwards have been cited for alleged foul play at the weekend.

Smith's praise for lock Casey
Saturday 4th November 19:39

Brian Smith singled Bob Casey out for praise after London Irish beat Bath 21-17.

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Friday 25th August 16:09

Casey commits to Exiles
Friday 20th January 09:56

Lock forward Bob Casey has agreed a new two-year contract with London Irish.

O'Sullivan refutes homer claims
Tuesday 22nd November 15:37

Eddie O'Sullivan denies that his selections are biased towards Irish-based players.

Up Close with Casey
Friday 14th October 13:19

The Rugby Close got up close and personal with London Irish's Bob Casey

Irish Case for Powergen regret
Sunday 2nd October 18:37

London Irish captain Bob Casey was devastated after his team lost to Wasps.


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