David Paice

Aviva Premiership: London Irish hooker David Paice agrees contract extension
Thursday 12th September 15:19

London Irish hooker David Paice has agreed a new three-year contract that will keep him at the club until 2017.

Hamilton and Paice suspended
Thursday 10th May 13:44

Gloucester lock Jim Hamilton and London Irish hooker David Paice have each been banned for seven weeks for fighting.

Paice happy at Exiles
Thursday 27th January 09:09

London Irish hooker David Paice has agreed a new deal to remain at the club for a further three seasons.

Four-week ban for Paice
Tuesday 17th February 17:19

David Paice has been given a four-week suspension for verbally abusing match officials.

Paice faces RFU hearing
Monday 16th February 20:02

London Irish hooker David Paice has been charged with two counts of allegedly verbally abusing match officials.

Dowson to skipper Saxons
Wednesday 6th February 11:34

Newcastle Falcons captain Phil Dowson has been selected as captain of the England Saxons.

Trio set to face RFU hearings
Wednesday 8th November 15:53

Chris Hala'Ufia, David Flatman and David Paice cited for alleged dangerous tackles.

Features

Good Week/Bad Week: We take a look at the winners and losers from the last seven days

Good Week/Bad Week: We take a look at the winners and losers from the last seven days

So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have exhilarating highs and deflating lows aplenty over the past seven days.

Michael Lynagh and Nick Evans pay tribute to the Waratahs as they win their first Super Rugby title

Michael Lynagh and Nick Evans pay tribute to the Waratahs as they win their first Super Rugby title

A last-minute penalty from fly-half Bernard Foley gave the Waratahs a 33-32 win against the Crusaders who played their part in a scintillating final.

Super Rugby 2014: Top 10 tries

Super Rugby 2014: Top 10 tries

NSW Waratahs pipped Crusaders to the title in a thrilling Super Rugby 2014 final.

Experts & Blogs

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