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The Axe Is Wielded


Sharp Return

By Blues Ed
March 3 2017

Half the team have paid the price for last week's defeat with Trailfinders.

Only seven players from  that team will start at fellow "strugglers" Nottingham on Sunday.

 George Perkins, Jake Sharp and Jordan Burns return to the backs with Sharp skippering,  and up front Camilo Parilli-Ocampo, Ben Cooper,Justin Blanchet, Byron Hodge,  and Josh Buggea all start.

Blues: 15. Elliot Clement-Hill 14. George Perkins 13. Piers O’Conor 12. Ollie Dodge 11. Howard Packman 10. Jake Sharp ( captain) 9. Jordan Burns 1. Camilo Parilli-Ocampo 2. Dan George 3. Ben Cooper 4. Will Carrick-Smith 5. Byron Hodge 6. Justin Blanchet 7. Josh Buggea 8. Paul Tupai

Reps: 16. Jacob Fields 17. James Hallam 18. Christian Judge 19. Mike Howard 20. Ed Taylor 21. Tom James 22. Myles Dorrian

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The Axe Is Wielded
Blues Brothers (IP Logged)
03/03/2017 12:21
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Re: The Axe Is Wielded
Jonathan Wilcox (IP Logged)
03/03/2017 19:37
Shame it's still business as usual for the animated lot on the MRAD balcony!

 
Re: The Axe Is Wielded
Blue for you (IP Logged)
04/03/2017 07:39
Unlikely to be relegated nothing to play for really so he could make 15 changes if he wished.

No sure I like being a " fellow struggler"

 
Re: The Axe Is Wielded
mellsblue (IP Logged)
04/03/2017 10:14
I'll be at this one after spending another £55 on buying tickets for the family. I'm hoping for a similar result to the last time I took them.

'Fellow strugglers' does not sound good, especially when meritocracy payments will start next year.

 
Re: The Axe Is Wielded
Garlic sausage (IP Logged)
05/03/2017 19:40
Axe well wielded.

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