TOPSY Ojo admitted London Irish's 33-12 Greene King IPA Championship victory against Ealing Trailfinders was the most emotional game of his life as he played his last game at Madejski Stadium.

The former England wing has played more than 300 times for Exiles and it the club's all-time top try scorer and most capped player, and he was given a standing ovation from a bumper crowd of more than 5,000.

And he said: "Today was the most emotional game knowing it was going to be my last at home.

"I knew I had to keep it reined it during the 80 minutes, but at the end you know you won't be standing on this field any more, so it's sad in that sense.

"But to have been able to have done it for so many years, and to finish with a win as well in front of a great crowd and to lift the trophy, is a brilliant, brilliant "feeling. It's something I'll remember for the rest of my life."

Irish made a brilliant start against the runners-up, racing into the lead inside 90 seconds.

Alvireti Veitokani threw a dummy to create space, and after he found fellow Fijian Albert Tuisue, a long pass found centre Brendan Macken who raced home from 30 metres out.

Young fly-half Jacob Atkins knocked over the extras to put Exiles 7-0 to the good.

The hosts went further in front courtesy of a sensational individual try from man-of-the-match Veitokani.

He collected an up-and-under from Peter Lydon inside his own half, rolled out of the tackle and then beat a number of would-be defenders to spring over on the right.

Ealing his back shortly after through a converted try from wing Reon Joseph, but Irish restored their cushion when they created an overlap which allowed Teofilo Paulo to set-up Tuisue for his side's third try.

It was Trailfinders who had the final say in the first half, however, some concerted pressure eventually turned into a try for Segundo Tuculet on the right.

Ealing continued to put pressure on the hosts, but were made to pay for their profligacy when Matt Williams went over for Irish's bonus-point score.

The visitors thought they had got a third score when Max Davies went over from close range, only for referee Christophe Ridley to find Harry Casson had floored Patric Cilliers illegally in the build-up – ruling no try and sending off the forward.

Irish bossed the game with their numerical advantage and on a couple of occasions it looked like Ojo might grab a try to write the perfect script, but that honour fell to Fergus Mulchrone, who went over from a couple of yards out as time ticked away.

Reflecting on the season, Ojo admitted it had been tough work.

He commented: "We knew from the outset with it being first past the post that it was going to be a long, tough campaign and we'd have to be really consistent all the way through.

"Ealing have been our toughest contenders, but there have been other tough tests throughout as well."

And looking back on his time with the club, he added: "I've loved it, I've loved being out on the pitch.

"Irish gave me a shot as a 17-year-old and luckily it paid off. I've thoroughly enjoyed it from day one. I've been fortunate to stay free from injuries apart from a couple in the last few years.

"This club has looked out for me and my family from the get-go. The fans have been brilliant with me and I can't thank them enough."

Irish will aim to complete the double when they travel to Ealing in the final of the RFU Championship Cup this coming Saturday, and looking forward to that and the club being back in the Gallagher Premiership next term, Ojo concluded: " Hopefully we can finish off the double next week and that would be a really nice place to leave the club in.

"There'll be a bit of rebuilding and some new signing coming in, but we've got the base of a really good squad, particularly in the academy."

London Irish: Veitokani, Ojo, Macken, Muclhrone ©, Williams, Atkins (Myler, 57), McKibbin (Steele, 57); Elrington (Chawatama, 52), Matu’u (Fainga’a 48), Cilliers (Saulo, 69), Maddison, Paulo (de Chaves 52), Tuisue, Gilsenan (Schatz, 67), Rogerson.

Ealing Trailfinders: Lydon (Packman, 57), Joseph, Tuculet, Jones (Williams, 57), Stegmann, May, Foley; O’Connell (Beesley, 58), Cornish (Walker, 69), Betts, Landry (Casson), Denton (c), Davies, Edgson (Smid, 11), Safe.

Referee: Christophe Ridley

Attendance: 5,070