Fixtures - Top Bar

Norton Confirmed as London Irish’s St Patrick’s Day Game Sponsor

London Irish is delighted to announce the Club’s official security software partner, Norton, will be the match sponsor for the 2016 St Patrick’s Day Game.

The Aviva Premiership fixture, which will be played on Sunday 20th March against Gloucester Rugby, is one of the Premiership’s biggest events, attracting a capacity crowd to the Madejski Stadium.

Now in its 15th season, the St Patrick’s Day game was amongst the first Aviva Premiership fixtures to take on a special theme and is now an established event in the social calendar amongst rugby supporters. Focusing on creating a matchday experience that goes beyond the 80 minutes of rugby, the big game is a true celebration of St Patrick’s Day and rugby, and an occasion that all members of the family can enjoy. 

Nick Shaw, General Manager EMEA at Norton said: “Everyone at Norton by Symantec are hugely excited and proud to be match sponsors of London Irish’s biggest game of the season, the annual St. Patrick’s Day Game. We are proud to support and protect London Irish and their loyal supporters both on and off the pitch, and we are excited to be able to show our support for the team by creating some truly exciting activities at the game. Make sure you head to the fan zone with plenty of time to spare, and have a go testing your skills in the Norton Skills Zone ahead of the game!”

Darren Henry, Head of Commercial at London Irish said: “This match sponsorship is great news for London Irish and our supporters. Norton have been a great addition to our commercial family this year and will add real value to our event as we look to make this St Patrick’s Day Game the biggest yet.”

More information about Norton’s St Patrick’s Day game sponsorship will be unveiled on the Club website in the run up to the game on the 20th March.

Match tickets are on sale via the club website or by calling the London Irish ticket hotline on 0118 968 1016.
 

Latest News

Aviva Tackling Numbers programme celebrated at Corporate Engagement Awards

Premiership Rugby and its Aviva Tackling Numbers programme enjoyed not one but two moments in the spotlight at the Corporate…

Corporate Engagement Awards

Lions ready for battle on eve of All Blacks Test

After months of waiting and weeks of build-up, The British & Irish Lions are ready to face the toughest challenge…

Saracens and London Irish to kick off the season at Twickenham

SARACENS and London Irish will help launch the 2017-18 Premiership Rugby season after being chosen as the home sides for…

Ex-England star Susie Appleby excited to lead Gloucester-Hartpury in inaugural Women’s Super Rugby campaign

Former England international Susie Appleby believes it’s an exciting time for women’s rugby as she issues a rallying cry to…

Wasps confirm 2017/18 pre-season schedule

Wasps have today confirmed their 2017/18 pre-season schedule, which will see them face Connacht Rugby and Ulster Rugby, as well…

Wasps celebrate

Quartet sign Academy contracts with Bath Rugby

Bath Rugby is delighted to confirm that Rhys Davies, Wil Partington, Miles Reid, and Kieran Verden have all signed long-term…

Todd Blackadder

Clare Daniels hoping to inspire the next generation of female rugby referees

The first female official in Aviva Premiership Rugby history, Clare Daniels, has urged girls and women to take up officiating…

Luke McLean enthused by London Irish move

Luke McLean is looking to reignite his international career under Italy Head Coach Conor O’Shea following his summer move to…

All Black Francis Saili joins Harlequins

Harlequins is excited to confirm today (Wednesday 21st June) that All Black Francis Saili has joined the Club. Commenting on…

Francis Saili

Bath Rugby sign Phillips from Bristol Rugby

Bath Rugby is pleased to announce the signing of James Phillips, who has joined the Club from Bristol Rugby until…

JamesPhillips1

Nowell gets two tries as Lions see off Chiefs in Hamilton

Exeter Chiefs’ Jack Nowell returned to his sparkling best with two tries for the British & Irish Lions in their…

Nalaga a big coup for Irish says international teammate Tikoirotuma

Explosive wing Napolioni Nalaga can be an big hit in every sense of the word during next season's Aviva Premiership…

Masi and Everard return to Wasps alongside new Academy Manager Jonathan Pendlebury

Wasps are pleased to announce a new Academy structure ahead of the 2017/18 season. The new set-up sees former Yorkshire…

The new Wasps academy coaches

Sale Sharks announce signing of Australia international James O’Connor

Sale Sharks have announced the latest in a wave of world class signings, as they confirm Australian International James O’Connor…

Sale Sharks announce signing of Australia international James O’Connor

Lions prepared for final warm-up before All Blacks Test

After a crucial victory against the Maori All Blacks, the British & Irish Lions are just a single match away…

Wasps sign Paul Doran-Jones and David Langley

Wasps today confirm the signing of props Paul Doran-Jones and David Langley, while loosehead Tom Bristow is confirmed as leaving…

Paul Doran-Jones

Venter integral to Du Plessis opting to join London Irish

Petrus Du Plessis says Brendan Venter was a key factor in his decision to move to London Irish this summer.…

Fight and spirit shone through despite defeat, says England U20 coach Vass

Head coach Ian Vass hailed his England U20 side’s fight and spirit after they were beaten in the World Rugby…

Match Report: England U20s 17 New Zealand U20s 64

New Zealand ran in ten tries as they overpowered England in the final of the World Rugby Under 20s championship…