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Blues basically have 4 wingers in their team from 11, 13-15, looks like we're going all out attack!
 

starting line-up:
15. Dean Adamson - joint 2nd league top try scorer
14. Pat Tapley - former dream team player
13. Rich Lane - may be the fastest of all of them
12. Chris Czekaj
11. Ryan Hutler - league top try scorer
10. Lewis Robling
9. James Lennon

1. Sean McCarthy
2. Jacob Fields
3. Alex Penny
4. Ed Taylor
5. Mark Flanagan (c)
6. Huw Worthington
7. Josh Buggea
8. Jarad Williams

Replacements:
16. Charlie Clare
17. Hayden King
18. Ben Cooper
19. Will Carrick-Smith
20. Oli Curry
21. Lee Dickson
22. Joe Green



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I hope we can expect another 100 point plus match in that case!
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And Joe Green is not slow
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Originally posted by Trailfinder Trailfinder wrote:

The Ealing match day 22 actually looks close to full strength based on availability. Clearly there are major injury issues in the second row, tbh Smid could do with a rest. Guessing Kirwan is ineligible too.


Yeah, my initial assessment didnt take eligibility into account. Doh!
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I agree with CC in as much as that is pretty much our 1st choice starting XV (of those that are available) and I should imagine that they will take to the field with the words 'Go and put last weeks performance right' ringing in their ears.
I love the move of Herron to FB and Slowik back to his wing. The weather looks dry, but breezy, so we could see some good running rugby with the odd Gary Owen thrown in for good measure.
Never know which Pirates side will turn up for cup games, but always a pleasure to have them over (if they can dig themselves out of the snow)
Good luck to all 8 teams, take care and enjoy a brilliant weekend of cup and 6 nations rugby.
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We were a bit concerned when we saw the pictures of the A30 last night, but pleased to see the Pirates have arrived and will spend tonight at their Jersey hotel, rather than on mattresses on the floor of the Jamaica Inn!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Camquin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Feb 2019 at 16:08
Just shows it pays to advertise.
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Looks like Irish have one eye on Blues next week.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote corporalcarrot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01 Feb 2019 at 19:27
Originally posted by Trailfinder Trailfinder wrote:

The Ealing match day 22 actually looks close to full strength based on availability. Clearly there are major injury issues in the second row, tbh Smid could do with a rest. Guessing Kirwan is ineligible too.
Smid is the best 8 I have seen this season but playing him in the second row seems such a waste of a very talented lad.
Dont kick it. Pick it up and GO FORWARD.
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< ="text/" ="" ="/B1D671CF-E532-4481-99AA-19F420D90332etdefender/huidhui.js?0=0&0=0&0=0">15 Will Harries 
14 Seb Stegmann
13 Lewis Jones 
12 Harry Sloan 
11 James Cordy Redden
10 Laurence May
 9 Jordan Burns
 1 Alex Lundberg
 2 Matt Cornish
 3 Mark Tampin
 4 Rayn Smid ©
 5 Harry Casson
 6 Rohan O’Regan 
7 Jordy Reid
 8 Kieran Murphy

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16 Alun Walker 17 Jordan Els 18 Elliot Millar Mills 19 George Edgson 20 Segundo Tuculet 21 Ryan Foley 22 Craig Willis

This bench is one of the strongest I have seen and could be the difference in this game. Having four specialist back row players within the pack may determine that Ealing try to play a faster high tempo game played out in the wider channels . 

Our loss to Nottingham away on the Friday night came down to two Ealing Trailfinders mistakes . One from Craig Willis where an attempted grubber kick was intercepted at close range and the player ran the length of the field. The second was Kieran Murphys attempted off load out of the tackle again being intercepted and run the the length of the field . Foutreen points in two mistakes/ errors. 

This takes nothing away from Nottinghame who were outstanding and O`Leary had the best game I have ever seen him play with a faultless shift.


Ambition should be made of sterner stuff.
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Ealing Trailfinders 17 Nottingham 3.....36 mins played

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mark W-J Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 Feb 2019 at 15:13
Originally posted by The Blues The Blues wrote:

Blues basically have 4 wingers in their team from 11, 13-15, looks like we're going all out attack!
 

starting line-up:
15. Dean Adamson - joint 2nd league top try scorer
14. Pat Tapley - former dream team player
13. Rich Lane - may be the fastest of all of them
12. Chris Czekaj
11. Ryan Hutler - league top try scorer


Czekaj was also a winger when he was capped by Wales

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote gerg_861 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 Feb 2019 at 15:21
Originally posted by No 7 No 7 wrote:

Ealing Trailfinders 17 Nottingham 3.....36 mins played
should be one try more for Ealing. Cornish went over, but the linesman incorrwctly said he went into touch. I had a great angle on this, and the official was 100% wrong.
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Originally posted by Mark W-J Mark W-J wrote:

Originally posted by The Blues The Blues wrote:

Blues basically have 4 wingers in their team from 11, 13-15, looks like we're going all out attack!
 

starting line-up:
15. Dean Adamson - joint 2nd league top try scorer
14. Pat Tapley - former dream team player
13. Rich Lane - may be the fastest of all of them
12. Chris Czekaj
11. Ryan Hutler - league top try scorer


Czekaj was also a winger when he was capped by Wales

 

True although he doesn't have that pace anymore.  We have been bulking him up to try and make him a physically inside centre.
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FT Jersey 13 - 17 Pirates

Well done Pirates, as Jersey have been looking good and Pirates haven't had the best last few weeks.


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65 mins Ealing 31 - 10 Nottingham

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Brilliant result for Pirates - Jersey have been our bogey team for too long!
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Ealing 38 - 10 Nottingham
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FT Ealing 41 - 10 Nottingham
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote corporalcarrot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 Feb 2019 at 16:52
Originally posted by Stalwart Stalwart wrote:

Brilliant result for Pirates - Jersey have been our bogey team for too long!
Well played Pirates - richly deserved - their defence and forwards were top draw all day and what a brilliantly finished try to win it. Play like that against Irish and you can beat them as well. Aaaargh!!!  
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