15 January 2019
The heart of London Irish, Bob Casey became a Club legend during his 10 years at the Club, racking up 232 appearances in the process.
That legendary status was exemplified when he became only the sixth player in the club's history to reach 200 appearances during the 2010 St Patrick's Party match in front of a packed house at Madejski Stadium.
The ex-Ireland international is now responsible for London Irish’s rugby and commercial activities after initially combining his role with Powerday plc with the position of Rugby Development Director at London Irish.
Casey was educated at the famous rugby school of Blackrock College in Dublin before joining Leinster and subsequently moving across the Irish Sea to make his home in Sunbury.
He captained the Exiles to a Heineken Cup semi-final with Toulouse in 2008 and a Guinness Premiership Final in 2009. His undeniable form earned him a recall to the Ireland squad nine years after his last international cap.