18 February 2019
|Weight||91kgs / 14st 5lbs|
|Height||185cm / 6ft 1ins|
|Date of Birth||27/7/1985|
Topsy Ojo joined the London Irish Academy in July 2003 and made his first team debut against Wasps in October 2005. He has since gone on to become an established member of the London Irish backline and the club's all-time record try scorer. Among the most memorable tries were his two scores against Toulouse in the Heineken Cup semi-final at Twickenham in 2008 and his intercept try against Munster in the home victory in the 2010/11 Heineken Cup.
He became the club’s all-time record try scorer when he scored a brace against Stade Français Paris in the French capital.
Topsy made his full international debut on England's 2008 summer tour to New Zealand, scoring two tries on his debut in the first Test. He retained his starting berth in the second Test match, although he was powerless to prevent England going down to the home side in both games of the two-Test series.
He was also part of the successful England Saxons side that won the 2011 Churchill Cup, the same year he was named London Irish Player of the Season.
Ojo signed a contact extension after the conclusion of the 2017/18 season, once again showing his dedication and loyalty to London Irish.