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    Posted: 03 Oct 2018 at 11:23

Championship Match Officials

Hartpury College vs Ealing Trailfinders
Referee: Michael Hudson
Assistant referees: Gareth Holsgrove, Clare Daniels
Assessor: Jerry Wallis

Doncaster Knights vs Jersey
Referee: John Meredith
Assistant referees: Simon Park, Steve Lee
Assessor: Stephen Leyshon

Richmond vs Coventry
Referee: Ian Tempest
Assistant referees: Shane Lewis, Nick Marshall
Assessor: Sam Collins / Paul Dix

Cornish Pirates vs Nottingham
Referee: Sara Cox
Assistant referees: Bill Burton, Michael Patz
Assessor: Lloyd Jackson

London Scottish vs London Irish
Referee: Karl Dickson
Assistant referees: Phil Watters, Simon McConnell
Television match official: Stuart Terheege
Assessor: Andrew Vertigan/Peter Huckle

Yorkshire Carnegie vs Bedford Blues
Referee: Greg Macdonald
Assistant referees: Jamie Leahy, Greg Garner
Assessor: Peter Farrell/Robin Goodliffe

Sky are screening the Scottish v Irish match on Sunday.



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Fantastic to see Sara Cox reffing our game. I’ve heard lots of good reports about games she has been in charge of and it’s reassuring to know that the match is in good hands. Here’s to a great game.
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Originally posted by teambarnham teambarnham wrote:

Fantastic to see Sara Cox reffing our game. I’ve heard lots of good reports about games she has been in charge of and it’s reassuring to know that the match is in good hands. Here’s to a great game.

I think she had her championship debut at the Pirate last season & as I remember everyone: Players & Crowd/Fans/Supporters were unanimously impressed by her performance

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Originally posted by Dotcom Dotcom wrote:

Originally posted by teambarnham teambarnham wrote:

Fantastic to see Sara Cox reffing our game. I’ve heard lots of good reports about games she has been in charge of and it’s reassuring to know that the match is in good hands. Here’s to a great game.

I think she had her championship debut at the Pirate last season & as I remember everyone: Players & Crowd/Fans/Supporters were unanimously impressed by her performance

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Agree with that - one of the best refs we've had at The Mennaye.
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Looks like proper rugby weather in Donny on Saturday - rain & overnight frosts. Time to dig out the waterproofs, gloves & woolly hats and enjoy the hot bovril.
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Originally posted by corporalcarrot corporalcarrot wrote:


Looks like proper rugby weather in Donny on Saturday - rain & overnight frosts. Time to dig out the waterproofs, gloves & woolly hats and enjoy the hot bovril.

Isn't that a normal summers day in Doncaster CC?
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On Doncaster's trips to Jersey so far the weather has been terrible ranging from a hurricane when the game was played entirely in one half of the pitch to downpours trapping  us in the Pomme D'Or
Stones and glasshouses come to mindWink
Are you coming on Saturday?The Peach harvest in Armthorpe is going very well this year
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Originally posted by elmsall man elmsall man wrote:

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On Doncaster's trips to Jersey so far the weather has been terrible ranging from a hurricane when the game was played entirely in one half of the pitch to downpours trapping  us in the Pomme D'Or
Stones and glasshouses come to mindWink
Are you coming on Saturday?The Peach harvest in Armthorpe is going very well this year


Ahh, some of the pitfalls of a tropical climate
We were talking about the 'wet' game last weekend funnily enough. Never stood under cover and got completely soaked before!!

Sadly, I am unable to attend on Saturday, however, my son in Leeds may be going with his Donny girlfriend (what could possibly go wrong there?).

Have a great day, I am in no doubt that it will be a good game, it always is when we play you.
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If she is from Edlington tell your son to wear protective clothingWink
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Originally posted by elmsall man elmsall man wrote:

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If she is from Edlington tell your son to wear protective clothingWink

My wife went to school in Edlington - it explains a lot...
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Originally posted by elmsall man elmsall man wrote:

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On Doncaster's trips to Jersey so far the weather has been terrible ranging from a hurricane when the game was played entirely in one half of the pitch to downpours trapping  us in the Pomme D'Or
Stones and glasshouses come to mindWink
Are you coming on Saturday?The Peach harvest in Armthorpe is going very well this year
I'm a big fan of the hot Bovril at CP which is a virtual lifesaver on a cold day but I will look out for the peaches as well. We completed the vendage in St Ouen last weekend so winter definitely just around the corner.
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The forecast has changed in that the rain will become light by kick off and stop shortly after.
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I hope the grape harvest went well.It may surprise you to know that someone has planted a huge vineyard  at Robin Hoods Bay  on the Yorkshire Coast.
The weather is looking good for the actual match tomorrow
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Coventry Rugby:

1.James Gibbons (5 Coventry appearances to date)
2.Phil Nilsen (28)
3.CharlieBeech (5)
4.Tom Jubb (38)
5.Dan Faleafa (debut) (Voss out injured)
6.Latu Makaafi (24)
7.Jack Ram (5)
8.Adam Peters (5)

9.Tom Kessell (11)
10.Will Maisey (87) (Rotation for Sharp)
11.Rob Knox (104) (replaces Halaifonua -> 15)
12.Sam Tuitupou (20)
13.Heath Stevens © (111)
14.Andy Bulumakau (3)
15.David Halaifonua (3) (Stokes injured)

Replacements:
Scott Tolmie (62) (fr2)
Luc Jeannot (16) (fr)
Nathanael Titchard-Jones (17) (fr)
Cameron Gray (4)
Jack Preece (28)
Pete White (48)
Tony Fenner (44)
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Ealing Trailfinders team to play Hartpury on Saturday 6th October at Gillman’s Ground: I think that this is a strong side. Wise coaching to rotate the forwards, and especially to give poor Alun Walker a bit of a breather. I've decided that Sam Dickinson is dead. I would like to see Reon Johnson appear some time again...

15 Peter Lydon 14 Seb Stegmann 13 Guy Armitage 12 Pat Howard 11 James Cordy Redden 10 Craig Willis 9 Ryan Foley 1 Jake Ellwood 2 Matt Cornish 3 Elliot Millar Mills 4 Ben Landry 5 Ben West 6 Jordy Reid 7 Andrew Durutalo 8 Rayn Smid (c)

Replacements: 

16 Alun Walker 17 Alex Lundberg 18 Ben Betts 19 Jordan Onojaife 20 Rohan O’Regan 21 Jordan Burns 22 Laurence May 

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London Irish: 

London Irish: 15 Tom Parton, 14 Ben Loader, 13 Brendan Macken, 12 Bryce Campbell, 11 Luke McLean, 10 Stephen Myler, 9 Ben Meehan, 1 Gordon Reid, 2 Saia Fainga’a , 3 Patric  Cilliers , 4 Josh McNally (c), 5 Sebastian De Chaves, 6 Jake Schatz, 7 Blair Cowan, 8 Matt Rogerson  

Replacements: 16 Dave  Porecki, 17 Danny Hobbs- Awoyemi , 18 Ollie Hoskins, 19 Barney Maddison, 20 Ofisa Treviranus , 21 Brendan McKibbin, 22 Fergus Mulchrone 

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Originally posted by elmsall man elmsall man wrote:

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I hope the grape harvest went well.It may surprise you to know that someone has planted a huge vineyard  at Robin Hoods Bay  on the Yorkshire Coast.
The weather is looking good for the actual match tomorrow
Cheers mate. A exceptional crop of Sauvignon Blanc this year in St Ouen although the Starlings took a full toll before I could pick them! The ones the Starlings didn't get are fermenting in my shed so ever hopeful. I know Robin Hoods Bay well a gorgeous spot although the https://www.robin-hoods-bay.co.uk/see-and-do/rhb-webcam suggests Autumn has already arrived up there. Still wonderful weather in St Ouen but I'm packing waterproofs for the match tomorrow.
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Originally posted by elmsall man elmsall man wrote:

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If she is from Edlington tell your son to wear protective clothingWink

Elmsall man, things have certainly moved on from last weekend. My son and said Donny Lass arrived yesterday for a family celebration over the weekend only to announce that they both had secured part time jobs stewarding at the Doncaster Knights home games for the rest of the season!!

If you see one of your stewards wearing a Jersey Reds tie, please say hello to him
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