London Irish appoint former Ireland assistant coach Mark Tainton as their new skills and kicking coach.
Northampton Saints will start the defence of their Premiership title at home to Gloucester on Friday, 5 September.
Wasps sign Wales international prop John Yapp from Edinburgh, while centre Charlie Hayter is released to England Sevens.
London Irish director Bob Casey says playing in Reading can still be sustainable despite falling attendances at the Madejski Stadium.
London Irish add Steve Walsh, Andre Quinn and Brian O'Leary to their backroom staff for the 2014/15 campaign.
Second row forward Nick Kennedy retires to join Paul Hodgson in returning to London Irish as academy coaches.
Andrew Fenby scores twice as London Irish give James O'Connor, Marland Yarde and Ian Gough a winning send-off against Sale.
Marland Yarde aims to leave London Irish on a high as he prepares to play his last game for the Premiership club.
Ian Humphreys is back at Ulster as the fly-half leaves London Irish to sign a two-year deal with his home province.
Gloucester substitute Shane Monahan scores a hat-trick to help overcome a persistent London Irish at Kingsholm.
London Irish sign New Zealand fly-half Chris Noakes from Super Rugby's Blues on a two-year contract.
Northampton Saints survive a remarkable London Irish fightback to return to winning ways at Franklin's Gardens.
London Irish confirm James O'Connor suffered a hamstring strain on Sunday but should return before the season ends.
Andrew Fenby's hat-trick against his former side helps London Irish thrash fellow strugglers Newcastle.
London Irish sign young duo Scott Steele and Conor Gilsenan to their squad for next season.
London Irish sign Perpignan's Samoa international lock Dan Leo for next season on a one-year deal.
Lock forward Sean Cox joins Premiership side London Irish after three seasons in Scottish rugby with Edinburgh.
Veteran lock Ian Gough will rejoin Dragons, who also sign Jersey tight-head prop David Young ahead of 2014-15.
Nick Evans helps Harlequins keep their hopes of a top-four Premiership finish alive with victory over a spirited London Irish.
London Irish legend Declan Danaher says a tricep injury forced him to call time on his 15-year playing career.