London Irish announced the arrival of Agustín Creevy, who joins the club with immediate effect. The former Pumas captain has 89 appearances for his country, including two Rugby World Cups.
The hooker returns to Europe, where he played in France with Biarritz, Clermont and Montpellier before joining the Worcester Warriors. Later, his career continued at Jaguares and he was part of the Argentine team that reached the final of Super Rugby 2019.
With Creevy’s arrival in London Irish, the number of foreigners of different nationalities increases to 10. The team currently has players from England, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Scotland, Fiji, Zimbabwe, Samoa, Tonga and now Argentina.
Declan Kidney, director of rugby, commented on the latest addition to the team: “Agustín comes to London Irish with a fantastic club and international experience. Hopefully I can help continue the journey the club is on. “
“I am looking forward to joining the London Irish and playing for England once again,” Creevy explained. “Declan spoke very highly of the club, the people and the direction they want to go. I can’t wait to join my teammates. “