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London Irish v Saracens – Team Announcements and Media Schedule

Premiership Rugby can confirm that the team announcements for the London Irish v Saracens match in New Jersey will take place at 10am Eastern (3pm UK time) on Friday.

The media schedule for the rest of this week is below. Please contact Paul Morgan on pmorgan@premiershiprugby.com or via 0755 7477796 for further details.

All times below are local to New York (Eastern). GMT is five hours ahead. Telephone interviews can be arranged. Please confirm attendance.

*Not for publication*

Wednesday – 10am
London Irish players and Premiership Rugby coaches will conduct an indoor rugby coaching session with the students at Hudson Catholic High School 790 Bergen Ave. Jersey City NJ 07306

Players in attendance:
Shane Geraghty
Ciaran Hearn
Gerard Ellis
Joe Trayfoot
Halani Aulika
Leo Halavatau
Matt Symons
Andrew Fenby
Geoff Cross

Wednesday – 4.30pm
Saracens press conference at The Wilshire Grand, West Orange, New Jersey
Requests for media interviews to MatthewHennessey@saracens.net or pmorgan@premiershiprugby.com (+44 7557477796)

Thursday – 4.30pm
The Citizen Store, Times Square
Photocall and interviews with:
From Saracens: Hugh Vyvyan
From London Irish: Bob Casey, Topsy Ojo, Tom Court, Luke Narraway and Sean Maitland
Requests for media interviews to andrew.hogan@london-irish.com or pmorgan@premiershiprugby.com (+44 7557477796)

Friday – 10am
Both teams will be announced simultaneously for the match as per Aviva Premiership Rugby protocol

Friday – 10.30am to Noon
London Irish Captain’s Run and Media Session – Red Bull Arena
Part of this session will be closed to media and part open for filming opportunities
Requests for media interviews to andrew.hogan@london-irish.com

Friday – 1.30pm to 3pm
Saracens Captain’s Run and Media Session – Red Bull Arena
Requests for media interviews to MatthewHennessey@saracens.net 

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