Andy Goode, the fly half for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Wasps has admitted to having quite a poor game against the Exeter Chiefs this past weekend, in spite of his kick making the difference between the two sides in the end as the Wasps ran out 19-16 winners.
Dai Young, the Director of Rugby of the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Wasps has slammed the performance of his players in their most recent defeat at the hands of Bath Rugby in the Premiership over the weekend as unacceptable, adding that playing for a club of the magnitude of the London giants requires a lot more effort and a different attitude and mentality altogether and he didn’t see any of that in the match against Bath.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Wasps have completed the signing of Argentina international second row player Esteban Lozada from his French club Agen, it has been announced by the club.
The 31 year old is a hugely experienced player and has 22 caps under his name for The Pumas and also played at the 2007 Rugby World Cup and he will add a lot of steel to the club’s play as well as experience, something that has been lacking among the players as they mount another challenge for the play off places of the Aviva Premiership this season.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Wasps have confirmed on their official website that they have reached an agreement to sign Guy Thompson from Jersey ahead of the new season of the Aviva Premiership.
The 26 year old Thompson was in scintillating form for Jersey and scored seven Championship tries for the club and was the club’s top scorer in the recently concluded season. He had agreed a new deal to stay at the island side for the upcoming season as well, but now, he will make the step up to the Aviva Premiership with The Wasps.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Wasps have confirmed the signing of Josh Bassett, the 21 year old winger from the Rugby Football Union Championship side the Bedford Blues ahead of the new season and the player will join up with the London side once The Wasps start their pre-season training ahead of the 2013-14 season. Dai Young, the Director of Rugby of the side is looking to strengthen the side ahead of the new season and has already made a string of signings, most of which are young players.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Wasps have announced via an official statement that they have reached an agreement with Jack Moates, the scrum half of their fellow Aviva Premiership rivals the London Irish for the player to join the club at the end of the current season.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Wasps has added two new players in the form of Stuart Commins and Charlie Hayter to their roster as they look to add more strength in depth to the squad.
Commins plays as a scrum half and had been on the books of The Wasps’ Premiership rivals the Northampton Saints and had also made 17 first team appearances for The Jimmies this current season before making the switch to the English capital. Hayter, a centre, on the other hand, had been with the Rugby Football Union Championship side Moseley.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Union side the London Wasps moved another step closer to securing a spot in the quarter finals of the Amlin Challenge Cup as Stephen Jones came out on top in the battle of the boots to edge the ever improving London side to their biggest achievement in years.
The win at Adams Park may just be a small step for the club in the context of the game but in the overall scheme of things, it is a huge win for the club that takes them closer to the next round of the second most European tournament.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club the London Wasps put on a scintillating display of professionalism and discipline as they claimed maximum points from their first match of the Heineken Cup with a commanding 38-25 win over the Newport Gwent Dragons in a Pool Three match at home at Adams Park. Dai Young, the Director of Rugby of the London club, set out with an attacking mentality and their play was just too hot to handle for the Welsh club as The Wasps fully deserved their 4 try victory.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club the London Wasps has finally made the official announcement that the consortium headed by former player Ken Moss has completed the takeover of the club from Steve Hayes.
The club based in High Wycombe had been on the lookout for a new owner ever since Hayes made his intentions clear that he would be open to selling the club last October. The two parties exchanged the respective contracts at the end of June, and finally, have finalized the takeover of the club by purchasing the shares of Hayes.