Floodlights on tonight as we once again host Hartpury College - this time in the Championship Cup.
The league enounter was too close from comfort but this being the cup both sidesr make plenty of changes - in our case no less than 10!
Tappers makes a welcome start on the wing and on loan prop Toby Trinder also starts the game. James Lennon and Lewis Robling are the half backs an there's a new look front row with Jacob Fields and Alex Penny joining Trinder.
Blues: 15. Harry Davies 14. Pat Tapley 13. Rich Lane 12. Chris Czekaj 11. Dean Adamson 10. Lewis Robling 9. James Lennon 1. Toby Trinder 2. Jacob Fields 3. Alex Penny 4. Ed Taylor (capt) 5. Mark Flanagan 6. Justin Blanchet 7. Josh Buggea 8. Jarad Williams
Reps: 16. Charlie Clare 17. Hayden King 18. Ben Cooper 19. Will Carrick-Smith 20. Alex Rae 21. Alex Gliksten 22. Ed Coulson
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Date: 16/11/2018 11:47
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Good performance and result, crowd wasnít bad either 2,140. Thought Lewis Roblin had a really good game along with Harry Davies, Pat Tapley scoring a decent try on his return was good to see. Hartpury were nothing like the side we played a couple of weeks ago which was reflected in the score. Having said that you can only play whatís in front of you.
Backs looking lively and a blossoming young scrum half to support Dickson. Agree about Jacob, always could get around the field and now line out throwing getting there. Mind you with Flanagan you have the best in our league to hit. Pat back and looking sharp, needs to build up confidence after really nasty injury. I would have packed it in after that! Harry Davis at full back very confident. Lewis at 10 where he played before looking good. Great try by Penny, really sharp the see the ball out and over the line. Onwards.
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