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View from the south stand: Sale 14 Bordeaux 17
Wondering—a conclusion—anatomical concerns—a setback—looking forward—maintaining hope—feeling bullish.
2019 - 2020 Players retained and acquired
The Warriors are looking to build next season's squad, not sure which plaryers contracts are up at the end of the season, but there are seveal key players that most Warriors fans would like to see stay for a while longer... Here are the players who have signed up so far. It would be great to see a 10 a winger and a couple more re-sign before Christmas. Got the 10!
Dream team for Donny
In a shock move today the Carnegie DoR has invited fans to select the team to face Doncaster on the 29th of December. Here is a chance to show your knowledge/lack of knowledge of our squad and potentially get yourself noticed as a future DoR in the Championship.
A Win Is A Win
It was a bit of a dead rubber but nevertheless the 17- 8 win at Hartpury College in the final pool game of the Championship was welcome - if only to keep momentum going for Mike Rayer ..
Still In It
Castres' single point win over Munster keep our European Championship hopes alive even though we are currently bottom of Pool Two ..
BY GEORGE WE DID IT!
Mindful of our last infamous trip to Cardiff, we leave before dawn (which to be fair is not exactly crack o’ sparras at this time of year) and make Bristol Parkway in plenty of time to catch the fast train to Cardiff. It seems we are not alone in our planning – there are many Sarries’ fans on the platform and even more on the train and we reach the Welsh capital in time for elevenses.
Carnegie catches Cov cold
In the final round of the Championship Cup the top two teams in the Northern Group clashed at the Emerald stadium. At stake was a home tie in the next round.
Not Happy at Headingley
It seems Cov won't be getting any Christmas presents this year, as yet another away game slipped away from them, in the frozen wastes of Leeds.
NEWS: Teams Up: Timisoara v Saints ECC ko 2.30pm local time
Heinrich Brüssow and Tom Collins are both set to make injury returns for Northampton Saints this weekend, with director of rugby Chris Boyd naming a side containing 12 changes for the side's round four European Challenge Cup clash.