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By Blues Brother
December 2 2016

The Blues will have to dig deep if they're to get anything anything out of Friday night's trip to Headingley ..

Yorkshire Carnegie are second top and going well while we are never sure what we ar going to get from the Blues.

Last week's defeat the hands of Scvottish was hard to take and its no surprise that there are five changes this week.

In the backs we go for exprience with Jake Sharp, George Prkins and Matt Gallagher returning while Byron Hodge makes his deut with Mike Howard injured. who picked up a shoulder injury during last week's defeat to London Scottish.

Camilo Parilli-Ocampo starts at loosehead prop.

Blues: 15. Matt Gallagher 14. George Perkins 13. Michael LeBourgeois (capt) 11. Dean Adamson 10. Jake Sharp 9. Tom Whiteley 1. Camilo Parilli-Ocampo 2. Jacob Fields 3. Christian Judge 4. Will Carrick-Smith 5. Byron Hodge 6. Ed Taylor 7. Josh Buggea 8. Ben Adams

Reps: 16. Dan George 17. Jack Culverhouse 18. Billy Walker 19. Paul Tupai 20. Jason Hill 21. Jordan Burns 22. Myles Dorrian

Carnegie also make five chnages from the sdie which beat Richmond last week.

Andy Forsyth returns at centren with skipper Alex Davies starting at scrum half..

Ross Graham replaces Mike Mayhew in the front row and Chris Walker starts at openside flanker in place of Andy Saull.

Carnegie: 15. Stevie McColl  14. Jonah Holmes 13. Andy Forsyth 12. Pete Lucock 11. Seb Stegmann 10. Joe Ford 9. Alex Davies (capt) 1. Lewis Boyce 2. Ross Graham 3. Mike Cusack 4. Jack Whetton 5. Dan Sanderson 6. Richard Beck 7. Chris Walker 8. Ollie Stedman

Reps: 16. Mike Mayhew 17. Charlie Beech  18. Rob O’Donnell 19. Andy Saull 20. Ryan Burrows 21. Max Green 22. Max Wright

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Five Changes
Blues Brothers (IP Logged)
02/12/2016 11:26
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Re: Five Changes
Gerry Welsh (IP Logged)
02/12/2016 17:20
I think someone's hit the Xmas tipple a bit early! Quite a few typos!

After last week's effort, I fear another loss, but I'd love to be proved wrong. COYB !!!

 
Re: Five Changes
iron blue (IP Logged)
02/12/2016 20:57
Looks like we need a new coach after all its broken down again so delayed kick off

 
Re: Five Changes
megagrumpyblue (IP Logged)
04/12/2016 10:59
Iron Blue - that must have been a fruedian slip - as we clearly need two new coaches?

 
Re: Five Changes
iron blue (IP Logged)
04/12/2016 15:56
Well according to you we do, Im not so sure.

 
Re: Five Changes
Jonathan Wilcox (IP Logged)
04/12/2016 16:48
Megagrumpyblue you're right we do, it's time for the old guard to move on and a new captain to be in place for the first game in the new year.

 
Re: Five Changes
Hans Brixit (IP Logged)
04/12/2016 17:38
For those who have dismissed the possibility of relegation this term Richmond have won again and are only a couple of bonus point wins from us . Do we not have to play them away still too ?

 
Re: Five Changes
Jonathan Wilcox (IP Logged)
04/12/2016 18:06
Most haven't commented for a few weeks, fair enough. Away at Pirates too, great win for them. It's a relegation dogfight now. Time for change



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Re: Five Changes
Jonathan Wilcox (IP Logged)
04/12/2016 18:24
[m.bbc.co.uk]

The table doesn't lie

 
Re: Five Changes
mellsblue (IP Logged)
05/12/2016 18:32
Quote:
Jonathan Wilcox
http://m.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/the-english-championship/table
The table doesn't lie
Agreed. We are 11 points from Richmond and only 6 points from fourth. Looks like a battle for the playoffs.

I was at the match and the two teams were pretty evenly matched. Hopefully we can get a couple of wins under our belt and go on a winning run.

 
Re: Five Changes
Jonathan Wilcox (IP Logged)
05/12/2016 18:35
Lol, is that your Christmas wish too mellsblue.

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