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Leicester

Tigers see off valiant Welsh

Tigers see off valiant Welsh

Leicester overcame a spirited London Welsh side to record a 26-5 victory at the Kassam Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Latest Leicester Headlines

Sunday's Aviva Prem preview

Sunday's Aviva Prem preview

Premiership leaders Northampton Saints travel to fourth-placed Saracens in Sunday's game of the day at Allianz Park.

Honours even at Welford Road

Honours even at Welford Road

Owen Williams earned a 21-21 draw for Leicester with the last kick of a turgid Aviva Premiership clash against Saracens.

McCall bemoans late penalty

McCall bemoans late penalty

Saracens boss Mark McCall believes the officials robbed his side of an Aviva Premiership victory at Leicester.

Wray wary of wounded Tigers

Wray wary of wounded Tigers

Jackson Wray is wary of a Leicester backlash when high-flying Saracens visit Welford Road on Sunday.

Sunday’s Aviva Prem Preview

Sunday’s Aviva Prem Preview

Sunday's Aviva Premiership bill sees Leicester Tigers host Saracens and London Welsh travel to face Wasps.

Leicester Tigers Squad List

Back :

  • Micky Young
  • Sam Harrison
  • Ben Youngs
  • Patrick Phibbs
  • Niall Morris
  • Adam Thompstone
  • Miles Benjamin
  • Andy Symons
  • Manu Tuilagi
  • Freddie Burns
  • George Ford
  • Matt Cornwell
  • Mathew Tait
  • Anthony Allen
  • Andy Forsyth
  • Niki Goneva
  • Scott Hamilton
  • Matt Smith
  • Geordan Murphy
  • Alex Lewington

Forward :

  • Jimmy Stevens
  • Wessel Jooste
  • Richard Thorpe
  • Brett Deacon
  • Craig Newby
  • Edward Slater
  • Richard de Carpentier
  • Kieran Brookes
  • Fraser Balmain
  • Johnny Harris
  • Michael Holford
  • Logovi'i Mulipola
  • Jordan Crane
  • Ben Woods
  • Julian Salvi
  • Tom Croft
  • Martin Castrogiovanni
  • Marcos Ayerza
  • Dan Cole
  • Louis Deacon
  • Tom Youngs
  • Steve Mafi
  • Graham Kitchener
  • Geoff Parling
  • Rob Andrew

Utility :

  • Penalty
Forthcoming Leicester Tigers Fixtures
TimeFixture
Leicester Tigers
Saturday 29th November
Aviva Premiership
15:00Leicester Tigers vs Wasps
Sunday 7th December
European Rugby Champions Cup
17:30Leicester vs Toulon
Saturday 13th December
15:15Toulon vs Leicester
Saturday 20th December
Aviva Premiership
15:00Northampton vs Leicester
Saturday 27th December
14:00Sale vs Leicester
Saturday 3rd January
15:00Leicester vs Bath
Saturday 10th January
15:00Harlequins vs Leicester
Saturday 17th January
European Rugby Champions Cup
TBCLeicester vs Scarlets
Saturday 24th January
TBCUlster vs Leicester
Saturday 31st January
LV= Cup
15:00Leicester vs Northampton
Saturday 7th February
15:00Cardiff Blues vs Leicester
Saturday 14th February
Aviva Premiership
15:00Leicester vs Gloucester
Saturday 21st February
15:00London Irish vs Leicester
Saturday 28th February
15:00Leicester vs Sale
Today's Results
Result
Leicester Tigers
Sunday 23rd November
Aviva Premiership
London Welsh 5 - 26 Leicester Tigers
Sunday 16th November
Leicester Tigers 21 - 21 Saracens
Sunday 9th November
LV= Cup
Leicester 29 - 13 Sale Sharks
Saturday 1st November
London Irish 16 - 17 Leicester
Saturday 25th October
European Rugby Champions Cup
Scarlets 15 - 3 Leicester
Saturday 18th October
Leicester 25 - 18 Ulster
Friday 10th October
Aviva Premiership
Leicester 22 - 16 Harlequins

Features

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Phil Edwards

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