Tom Homer signs two year deal at London Irish

12:12 16 November 2012

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London Irish's Tom Homer kicks a penalty. Picture: Tony Marshall/EMPICS

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London Irish have announced a new two-year deal for their goalkicking back Tom Homer.

The London Irish academy product, 22, amassed 321 points last season, including 278 in the Aviva Premiership that made him the league’s top scorer and golden boot award winner.

He said: “I have enjoyed my time at London Irish since joining the Club back in 2008.

“It is a great environment to train in and I love playing at Madejski Stadium.

“There are definitely good times ahead.”

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