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Carnegie In The Cup


Dickson - England

By Blues Brother
February 1 2019

Carnegie's Headingley pitch has undersoil heating so we can look forward to some Championshop Cup action on Sunday ..

We've picked a strong side for the quarter final against a side which is currently third bottom of the lreague but which has picked up recently.

Dean Adamson returns at full back with Rich Lane at outside centre and Lewis Robling back at stand-off.

Juston Blanchet is off on Canada duty so Huw Worthinghton will be at blindside and Josh Buggea at openside. Alex Penny will be at tighthead.

Lee Dickson  has announced his intention to retire at the end of this season and he will take his place on a decent looking bench.

Blues: 15. Dean Adamson 14. Pat Tapley 13. Rich Lane 12. Chris Czekaj 11. Ryan Hutler 10. Lewis Robling 9. James Lennon 1. Sean McCarthy 2. Jacob Fields
3. Alex Penny 4. Ed Taylor 5. Mark Flanagan (capt) 6. Huw Worthington 7. Josh Buggea 8. Jarad Williams

Reps: Charlie Clare,  Hayden King, Ben Cooper , Will Carrick-Smith, Oli Curry, Lee Dickson, Joe Green

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Carnegie In The Cup
Blues Brothers (IP Logged)
01/02/2019 12:42
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Re: Carnegie In The Cup
mellsblue (IP Logged)
01/02/2019 19:18
Serious pace from 13 outwards. Can not wait to watch this.

Absolute bargain, too. Kids free, Dad 6 and me 12.



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Re: Carnegie In The Cup
mellsblue (IP Logged)
03/02/2019 18:34
Well balls to that.

 
Re: Carnegie In The Cup
Garlic sausage (IP Logged)
03/02/2019 19:48
@#$%& up comes to mind.

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