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Wednesday 21st May 18:26
Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill has confirmed Ed Slater, Louis Deacon and Anthony Allen have agreed new contracts at the club.
Friday 4th February 21:37
Chris Ashton scored two tries as England opened the Six Nations with a 26-19 victory over Wales, their first win in Cardiff since 2003.
Tuesday 9th March 11:59
England full-back Delon Armitage has won his race to be fit in time to face Scotland in the RBS Six Nations clash at Murrayfield.
Tuesday 14th October 11:39
Leicester and England lock Louis Deacon is heading to Germany in a bid to cure the back trouble which has kept him out for six months.
Monday 14th April 16:30
England lock Louis Deacon is adamant Leicester must beat Bath as they seek to salvage their season.
Wednesday 14th February 08:34
Leicester have confirmed they will rest Martin Corry, Louis Deacon and George Chuter.
Friday 1st September 14:24
Leicester Tigers claimed a bonus point victory over Sale Sharks.
Thursday 18th May 20:34
Louis Deacon's three-week suspension for stamping has been reduced by a week and the Leicester forward will be free to appear in next Saturday's Guinness Premiership final.
Tuesday 9th May 21:32
Leicester's Louis Deacon has been banned for three weeks after stamping.
Thursday 8th December 14:30
Harry Ellis and Louis Deacon have extended their contracts with Leicester Tigers.
Friday 25th November 13:38
Leicester lock Louis Deacon is excited by the prospect of making his England debut.
Wednesday 23rd November 14:20
England have shuffled their pack for the Samoa clash, making five changes.
Monday 3rd October 18:12
Leicester Tigers lock Louis Deacon has been called into the England squad.
Sunday 25th September 17:00
Leicester stole victory in the last two minutes of normal time against Leeds.
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