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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote OldNick Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Jan 2019 at 12:33
Quite a few changes in the backs for Coventry. Forwards just one bench swap.

Coventry Rugby:

15 David Halaifonua - moved from wing replacing James Stokes
14 Andy Bulumakau - returns to team
13 Rob Knox
12 Heath Stevens - starts, having come on as replacemeent last week after injury
11 Junior Bulumakau - swaps sides
10 Tony Fenner - moved from centre, replacing WIll Maisey
9 Pete White

1 James Gibbons
2 Scott Tolmie - promoted from bench after two tries as repalcement last week
3 Phil Boulton ©
4 Tom Jubb
5 George Oram
6 Dan Faleafa
7 Ben Nutley
8 Adam Peters

Replacements:

Darren Dawidiuk (fr2) - straight swap with Scott Tolmie
Charlie Beech (fr) 
Josh McNulty (fr) 
Ben Adams
Latu Makaafi
Tom Kessell
Will Maisey - to bench as Fenner gets 10.
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Ealing Trailfinders team to play Yorkshire Carnegie on Sunday 27th January at Emerald Headingley Stadium: A slightly odd line up this week. I'm a fan of the retained back line and centres from last week, and it is good to see our back row firmed up with Jordy Reid returning from a knock. I'm puzzled by swapping out our 9 and 10 after the success that the pairing had last week, and I'm quite concerned to see Alun Walker out - I literally can't think of the last time he wasn't in the squad. Finally, truly puzzled by Lundberg at Loosehead. He hasn't been bad, but the scrum has always been better with Els in it. I worry that we could give away a lot of scrum penalties. Interesting to see Carl Kirwan go directly into the match day squad from loan, but Durutalo is out until mid-Feb based on a chat I had with him last week.

15 Peter Lydon 14 Will Harries 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 Ben West 5 Harry Casson 6 Ben Landry 7 Jordy Reid 8 Rayn Smid ©

Replacements:

16 George Edgson 17 Jordan Els 18 Elliot Millar Mills 19 Carl Kirwan 20 Rohan O’Regan 21 Ryan Foley 22 Craig Willis

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No Scrum half or fly half cover for Blues on the bench, as we are clearly a little short
 
starting line-up:

15. Rich Lane
14. Ryan Hutler
13. Lewis Robling
12. Chris Czekaj
11. Pat Tapley - change to the initial team announced.
10. Jake Sharp - 1st start
9. James Lennon

1. Sean McCarthy
2. Jacob Fields
3. Ben Cooper
4. Ed Taylor
5. Mark Flanagan (c)
6. Justin Blanchet
7. Huw Worthington - 1st start at 7
8. Jarad Williams

Replacements:
16. Charlie Clare
17. Toby Trinder - DR Saints
18. Alex Penny
19. Will Carrick-Smith
20. Josh Buggea
21. Joe Green - Development Squad player
22. Matt Worley - DR Saints




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Originally posted by Standing On The 40 Standing On The 40 wrote:

Was a reason ever given as to why sky ditched the Bedford v Cov game?


Alex Rae couldn't resist a cheeky dig at Sky after the 100+ point game on Twitter! Smile
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