George Skivington

Danaher and Skivington to share Exiles captaincy responsibilities
Friday 19th July 09:59

London Irish will share the captaincy between forwards Declan Danaher and George Skivington as they continue preparations for the new season.

Second row man George Skivington will be staying with London Irish until 2016
Friday 22nd March 13:54

London Irish lock George Skivington has been given a contract extension and will be remaining with the Exiles until at least the end of the 2015/16 season.

Geraghty agrees Exiles return
Tuesday 24th April 15:30

Shane Geraghty will be given a warm welcome when he returns to London Irish this summer from Northampton on a two-year deal.

Skivington to join Exiles
Monday 23rd January 10:47

Leciester star George Skivington is to leave the club this summer and join London Irish.

Skivington set for Tigers
Wednesday 14th April 10:36

Leicester Tigers have bolstered their pack for next season with the signing of England Saxons captain George Skivington.

New deal for Skivington
Friday 22nd February 17:54

London Wasps have continued their planning for next season by tying George Skivington to a new contact at Adams Park.

Features

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

While Europe were busy demolishing the USA in the Ryder Cup, there was rugby from all four corners of the globe to get stuck into over the weekend.

Rugby Championship: South Africa should win battle up front, says Thinus Delport

Rugby Championship: South Africa should win battle up front, says Thinus Delport

South Africa should have the better of Australia up front but they must not allow the backs any time or space, says Thinus Delport.

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including some PRO12 upsets and some controversial refereeing.

Experts & Blogs

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