Our opponents for Saturday - Cambridge
Posted by: Unofficial Plymouth Albion (IP Logged)
Date: 28 April, 2017 09:25

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Re: Our opponents for Saturday - Cambridge
Posted by: ianbol (IP Logged)
Date: 28 April, 2017 12:47

Nice one, noibla.

Re: Our opponents for Saturday - Cambridge
Posted by: stonehousealbion (IP Logged)
Date: 28 April, 2017 14:23

I think Cambridge could actually be a bit more of a handful than Blackheath last week. While we're well fancied to win overall, the most successful of this season's promotees have pulled in more 4T BPs than us ("Blood and Sand" = 18; PARFC = 16). Plus they've got a points diff well ahead of their neighbours in the lower half of Nat 1.

Nothing the boys aren't capable of, of course - but they'll have to be on the case from the off. Weather conditions lack the sunshine of last Sat's try fest, but are still pretty good:

BBC Weather

I think they've had a little more rain than us of late. (The Well Hall pitch was actually starting to harden up last week.)

Team is up:

PARFC Official

Harrison Cully (who failed a late fitness test a week ago) is down to start on the wing and Cam should be back at 9. Plus the usual rotations up front and on the bench. We'll see at 3pm tomorrow...

Can we pull off the baker's dozen and the informal league points target? I reckon there is no shortage of end of season fire in their hearts and if everyone stays as motivated as they have been recently both in defence and attack, we should be able to scoop a final 0-5 win to round off a great season.

Go for it, boys - and make us proud!



Come cheer up, my lads - 'tis to glory we steer!

Re: Our opponents for Saturday - Cambridge
Posted by: Dewnansek (IP Logged)
Date: 28 April, 2017 19:31

The team is up on the offy site.

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Looks like a great team. No sitting back and taking it easy!!

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