The fact that Leicester Tigers players have been having stand-up fights at Oval Park will hardly be ground-breaking news to those supporters who remember the ‘good old days’. Stories of bust-ups in training were commonplace during the amateur era and Richard Cockerill was usually in the middle of most of them. Under new forwards coach Mark Bakewell’s provision, fights are back on the cards – and lots of them!
Leicester Tigers centre Gareth Owen says the 33-18 Aviva Premiership win over Harlequins could be the turning point of the club’s season. The three-try victory not only improved a run of two wins in 12 games, it also increased confidence within the camp as the side fought back from a first-half deficit to beat a visiting team who were equally as desperate for a win.
Flanker Brendon O’Connor is calling on his Leicester Tigers team mates to show a ruthless streak and put an end to the mistakes that are threatening to derail their season. Tigers led 7-0 and 14-7 against Gloucester at Kingsholm last week but allowed quick responses to both leads and were disappointed to go in at the break all-squad at 14-14.
Much respect. Love a good club man in this day and age and Diggin clearly loved playing for the Saints and was always a big thorn in Leicester Tigers' side when they met. Wishing him the best of luck.
Good read here from Tommy here... https://twitter.com/chronsport/status/966302863013146624
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