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Sharks SHA Lions LIO Fri
9 Oct
6:55am
Cheetahs CHE Pumas PUM Sat
10 Oct
4:25am
Bulls BUL Griquas GRI Sat
10 Oct
6:55am
Cheetahs CHE Bulls BUL Fri
16 Oct
6:55am
Griquas GRI Pumas PUM Sat
17 Oct
4:25am
Stormers STO Lions LIO Sat
17 Oct
6:55am
Pumas PUM Stormers STO Fri
23 Oct
6:55am
Lions LIO Cheetahs CHE Sat
24 Oct
4:25am
Bulls BUL Sharks SHA Sat
24 Oct
6:55am
Lions LIO Griquas GRI Fri
30 Oct
6:55am
Pumas PUM Sharks SHA Sat
31 Oct
4:25am
Bulls BUL Stormers STO Sat
31 Oct
6:55am
Sharks SHA Cheetahs CHE Fri
6 Nov
6:55am
Griquas GRI Stormers STO Sat
7 Nov
4:25am
Lions LIO Bulls BUL Sat
7 Nov
6:55am
Griquas GRI Sharks SHA Fri
13 Nov
6:55am
Lions LIO Pumas PUM Sat
14 Nov
4:25am
Stormers STO Cheetahs CHE Sat
14 Nov
6:55am
Gabriel Ibitoye is utterly dominant in his first game in Top 14
By Rugby Onslaught

Gabriel Ibitoye is utterly dominant in his first game in Top 14

France have found a new star after former Harlequins winger Gabriel Ibitoye utterly dominated for his new team Agen this weekend.

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The 22-year-old signed from Harlequins back in June of this year, and it didn’t take the young man long to make an impression at the French club.

Many fans in England were confused about why Ibitoye would risk an England call up by moving to France, and they will still be scratching their heads after he utterly dominated for Agen in his first official outing for the french side.

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A mini compilation has been made highlighting just how good he was for the men in blue this weekend.

How could England have let him go when he is playing like this?

Much has been made about Cheslin Kolbe and Kotaro Matsushima in the Top 14, but Ibitoye could be just the spark that the English contingent needs over there, which has been seriously lacking since Wilkinson stopped playing there in 2014.

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Fans seem to be already falling in love with the young Englishman after his strong showing this weekend. Could a transfer back to England be on the cards if he continues to perform in France?

A 22-year-old Londoner, Ibitoye had demonstrated his pedigree at England U20s level and was impressing as part of the set-up at Harlequins, scoring 14 tries in 40 appearances for the club. It was his performance versus Clermont last November in the Champions Cup in France that apparently brought him to the attention of Agen. 

His loss to Harlequins ahead of the restart of the suspended 2019/20 Premiership will be covered by the return to action at The Stoop of fit-again Nathan Earle, who had been absent with a long-term knee injury.   

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