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Hartpury 1 v 5 Doncaster
Ampthill 1 v 4 Nottingham
Jersey 5 v 0 Coventry
London Scottish 0 v 5 Newcastle
Cornish Pirates 1 v 5 Ealing
Leeds 1 v 4 Bedford
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Coventry squad vs. Jersey Reds

15 James Stokes;
14 Rob Knox,
13 Heath Stevens,
12 Will Owen,
11 Max Trimble;
10 Rory Jennings,
9 Tom Kessell;

1 Toby Trinder,
2 Darren Dawidiuk,
3 Gareth Denman,
4 Nile Dacres,
5 Alex Woolford,
6 Senitiki Nayalo,
7 Luke Wallace,
8 Ryan Burrows (capt)

16 Scott Tolmie, fr2
17 James Gibbons, fr
18 Phil Boulton, fr
19 George Oram, 2nd row
20 Jack Ram, back row
21 Pete White, 9
22 Will Maisey, 10
23 Adam Peters back row

Both Bulumakaus out injured.
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Ealing Trailfinders team to play Cornish Pirates at 14:30 on Sunday 13th October at Mennaye Field in Round One of the Greene King IPA Championship: Very solid side. I prefer Sloane to Tovey, and I don't like Johnston at 15 - would prefer Bell. A bit surprised to see Willis getting the start - if he beats Pirates, that could leave a nasty taste in the mouth for them.


15 David Johnston 14 James Cordy Redden 13 Jack Tovey 12 Pat Howard 11 Reon Joseph 10 Craig Willis 9 Nathan Fowles 1 Jordan Els 2 Alun Walker 3 Craig Trenier 4 Sam Dickinson 5 James Cannon 6 Kieran Murphy 7 Jordy Reid 8 Rayn Smid © 


Replacements:

16 Matt Cornish 17 Will Davis 18 Elliot Millar Mills 19 Dave McKern 20 Andrew Durutalo 21 Jordan Burns 22 Tommy Bell 23 Steven Shingler


I will admit that I'm curious about injury status on a lot of players. The following folks who I had expected to see on the field all seem to be MIA: Lewis Jones, Peter Lydon, Alex Lundberg, Paul Grant, and Seb Stegmann. Maybe they are just getting beat out, but I would have expected to see SOMETHING of them.

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In fact two of the Hartpury "students" have been recalled by their parent clubs Gloucester and Bristo
and are not playing in the match against Doncaster
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Ampthill Squad for their first ever league game at level 2, players marked with * played regularly for the A's in National 1 recently, so only 7 are new signings.

15        Lynch, Karim *
14        Aseidu, Kwaku
13        Bordoli, Serafin
12        Sage, Jarryd
11        Baker, Nigel (Sam) *
10        Grimoldby, Louis
9          Veenendaal, Darryl

1          Tonga’huiha, Soane *
2          Ward, Dave (Capt)
3          Lutui, Aleki *
4          Williams, Henri *
5          Kerry, Shay
6          Johnson, Billy *
7          Bercis, Joe *
8          Molitika, Maama *

16        Blackmore, Syd *
17        Collins, Matt *
18        Christie, Ben
19        Kpoku, Jon *
20        Dominguez, Facundo
21        Williams, Gavin *
22        Sharp, Joshua *
23        Hanks, Sam *
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Hartpury 0-4 Doncaster
Ampthill 4-1 Nottingham
Jersey 1-4 Coventry
London Scottish 1-4 Newcastle Falcons
Cornish Pirates 4-1 Ealing
Yorkshire Carnegie 0-5 Bedford
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Originally posted by gerg_861 gerg_861 wrote:

Ealing Trailfinders team to play Cornish Pirates at 14:30 on Sunday 13th October at Mennaye Field in Round One of the Greene King IPA Championship: Very solid side. I prefer Sloane to Tovey, and I don't like Johnston at 15 - would prefer Bell. A bit surprised to see Willis getting the start - if he beats Pirates, that could leave a nasty taste in the mouth for them.


15 David Johnston 14 James Cordy Redden 13 Jack Tovey 12 Pat Howard 11 Reon Joseph 10 Craig Willis 9 Nathan Fowles 1 Jordan Els 2 Alun Walker 3 Craig Trenier 4 Sam Dickinson 5 James Cannon 6 Kieran Murphy 7 Jordy Reid 8 Rayn Smid © 


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16 Matt Cornish 17 Will Davis 18 Elliot Millar Mills 19 Dave McKern 20 Andrew Durutalo 21 Jordan Burns 22 Tommy Bell 23 Steven Shingler


I will admit that I'm curious about injury status on a lot of players. The following folks who I had expected to see on the field all seem to be MIA: Lewis Jones, Peter Lydon, Alex Lundberg, Paul Grant, and Seb Stegmann. Maybe they are just getting beat out, but I would have expected to see SOMETHING of them.

 
I am likewise surprised not to see Tommy Bell starting at 15 - especially as it might be a bit wet and windy.
 
An update on the injury status of the MIA players would also be useful for us supporters.
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Blues

starting Line-Up:​
15. Rich Lane​
14. Pat Tapley​
13. Matt Worley​
12. Fraser Strachan​ - DR
11. Ryan Hutler​
10. Lewis Robling​
9. Grayson Hart​

1. Sean McCarthy (c)​
2. Robbie Smith​
3. Henry Paul​
4. Jordan Onojaife​
5. Will Carrick Smith​
6. Oli Curry​
7. Joe Atkinson​
8. Huw Worthington​

Replacements:​
16. Andrew Boye​
17. Joe Wrafter​
18. Karl Garside​ - DR
19. Ed Taylor​
20. Josh Buggea​
21. Alex Day​ - DR
22. Oskar Hirskyj-Douglas​
23. Ed Coulson

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Hartpury 1-5 Doncaster
Ampthill 4-1 Nottingham
Jersey 4-0 Coventry
London Scottish 1-5 Newcastle Falcons
Cornish Pirates 1-4 Ealing
Yorkshire Carnegie 0-5 Bedford
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HT Amp 13 Nottm 24
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Hartpury 8 Doncaster 20 FT
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60 mins Amp 13   1T  Nottingham 37   4T
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Falcons 14 Scots 13 4mins to go
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Falcons17 Scots 13 FT
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Well played Scots, so close.
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Excellent performance and continuing the excellent start for Scottish this season. New players and coaching team the big difference from last season.
Watch Out - The Scottish Phoenix Club is on the Up!!

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22-15 Jersey FT
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Wow! Well done LS. A force to be reckoned with this season I think.
Just back from St. Peter where Jersey did their best to gift Coventry a win but managed to eventually secure a bonus point win 22-15 despite 3 yellow cards to none.
Really poor discipline from the Reds, but magnificent defense. In truth Coventry never looked like scoring from open play and Jersey were worthy winners.... but only just. I think that Cov will play a lot better than they did today, but their 10 was superb.
A special mention to the forwards for Jerseys 2nd try as their efforts in defense from an attacking position 5 mtrs out pushed Coventry outside the 22 before forcing a dropped ball which was kicked the length of the field for the Jersey backs to finish off. A real example of turning defense into attack.
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