London Irish boss Tom Coventry insists there is plenty of fight left in his side despite seeing them slip to a 26-16 loss against table-topping Saracens in New Jersey.
Alex Goode – discarded by England boss Eddie Jones for Six Nations duty in the week – scored 19 points in the first-ever Aviva Premiership Rugby fixture to be played overseas.
Goode’s first-half try gave Sarries the lead on this historic occasion after Greig Tonks’ penalty had put Irish ahead.
Alex Lewington’s try and two more penalties from fly-half Tonks saw the Exiles lead 13-7 at the break but four Goode penalties and a late Nick Tompkins try won it for Saracens.
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