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Team for tomorrow
Discussion started by almostatyke (IP Logged), 21 February, 2020 13:08
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almostatyke
21 February, 2020 13:08
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Phil Davies has named his squad for this Saturday’s Greene King IPA Championship match against Ampthill RFC at Emerald Headingley Stadium, kick off 2pm.

Ed Bloodworth comes back into the pack, having missed the last two matches, while Dan Lancaster moves into fly half to partner Elliot Turner, who makes only his second starting appearance of the season. Kieran Davies is set to make his debut at full back, seeing Jack Metcalf move into the centres to partner Andrew Lawson, who rejoins the starting lineup.

On the bench, Namibian international prop Andre Rademeyer is another that could make his debut, while Tainne Finn is recalled to make his fourth appearance of the season.



The team in full is

15. KEIRAN DAVIES

14. ANDREW LAWSON

13. JACK METCALF

12. JAMES ROBINS

11. TOM VARNDELL

10. DAN LANCASTER

9. ELLIOT TURNER

1. CONOR DAVIDSON

2. LOUIS MUSETTI

3. SIONE FALETAU

4. JAKE BRADY (C)

5. ED BLOODWORTH

6. ALEX HUMFREY

7. PRINCE !GAOSEB

8. JAMES HASSON



16. BEN SUGARS

17. ANDRE RADEMEYER

18. JIDE AJAYI

19. TOM WHITEHURST

20. CALLUM BUSTIN

21. JOE GREEN

22. TAINNE FINN

23. HARRY ROBINSON

JDH1
JDH1
21 February, 2020 13:12
Bar TV it's a very young back line. Would have liked to see the namb 12 playing.

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almostatyke
22 February, 2020 10:57
When I was a lad, in winter I used to wear an insulated, hooded anorak called a wind-cheater. Not sure if anyone else remembers these, but I reckon the players might need one each this afternoon!

(Sm113)

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AdminBTCov
22 February, 2020 15:02
Quote:
almostatyke
When I was a lad, in winter I used to wear an insulated, hooded anorak called a wind-cheater. Not sure if anyone else remembers these, but I reckon the players might need one each this afternoon!
(Sm113)
They still do in Nuneaton.
But quite a few wear shoes too now...

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Wildwillie
22 February, 2020 15:52
Quote:
AdminBTCov
Quote:
almostatyke
When I was a lad, in winter I used to wear an insulated, hooded anorak called a wind-cheater. Not sure if anyone else remembers these, but I reckon the players might need one each this afternoon!
(Sm113)
They still do in Nuneaton.
But quite a few wear shoes too now...

(Sm22)(Sm22)(Sm22)

MESSAGES->author
almostatyke
22 February, 2020 21:01
White flag erected.

MESSAGES->author
AdminBTCov
22 February, 2020 22:39
I was thinking more Hilltop and Stockingford than Whitestone, tbf.

MESSAGES->author
almostatyke
23 February, 2020 09:41
Windcheaters are still all the rage......well in some parts of the world:

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Billy ba
Billy ba
25 February, 2020 11:43
Y

Billy ba
Billy ba
25 February, 2020 11:44
They were called windjammers in Bramley

MESSAGES->author
Wildwillie
25 February, 2020 17:11
Quote:
Billy ba
They were called windjammers in Bramley

...and in Burmantofts!

MESSAGES->author
almostatyke
25 February, 2020 18:06
In posh Whitestone, Nuneaton, they were definitely windcheaters - a name that is also used in India, apparently......
I can remember mine, green with a yellow lining, always a difficult thing to get on or off, but it did what it said on the tin.


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