London Irish Rugby Club was first formed in 1898 by a group of Irishmen living in London. The original aim of the club was to create a home away from home, for Irishmen residing in London to meet and relax whilst away from their home country.
In 2012 London Irish moved into their new £12 million, 63 acre training complex which was named as a Rugby World Cup training facility and hosted Wales and Fiji in the group stages. Introducing the London Irish Replica Ball. This replica ball is based on the design of the official match ball but personalised to London Irish with their striking logo and stand out green colour scheme.
If you are looking for the perfect ball for the biggest London Irish enthusiast, look no further. This replica ball is great for practicing your handling skills at home before training due to its grippy compound surface ball. As well as this, the synthetic latex bladder means this ball has excellent air retention.
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