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    Posted: 12 Sep 2018 at 09:04

Championship Round 3 Match Officials

Nottingham vs London Scottish
Referee: Greg Macdonald
Assistant referees: Michael Patz Simon Park
Assessor: Stephen Leyshon

Hartpury College vs Cornish Pirates
Referee: Michael Hudson
Assistant referees: Clare Daniels, Gregory D Garner
Assessor: Lloyd Jackson

Richmond vs Doncaster Knights
Referee: Dean Richards
Assistant referees: George Selwood, Nigel Carrick
Assessor: Stephen Leyshon
Coach: Robin Goodliffe

Coventry vs Bedford Blues
Referee: John Meredith
Assistant referees: Lionel Spooner, Peter Brunt
Assessor: Peter Farrell
Coach: Peter Huckle

Ealing Trailfinders vs Yorkshire Carnegie
Referee: Matthew O'Grady
Assistant referees: Darryl Chapman, Simon Adams
Television match official: Graham Hughes
Assessor: Gary Welsh

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Ealing team announced. Still no Sam Dickinson, but now also missing Guy Armitage, who had been immense so far. Would love to have some news about injuries. However, glad to see Craig Willis fit and starting at 10, and to see some change up on the front line that has been getting bullied.

15 Peter Lydon 14 Howard Packman 13 Lewis Jones 12 Pat Howard 11 James Cordy Redden 10 Craig Willis 9 Luke Carter 1 Jake Ellwood 2 Alun Walker 3 Elliot Millar Mills 4 Ben Landry 5 Ben West 6 Jordy Reid 7 Andrew Durutalo 8 Rayn Smid (c)

Replacements: 

16 Matt Cornish 17 Jack O’Connell 18 George Davis 19 Rohan O’Regan 20 Ollie Stedman 21 Jordan Burns 22 Laurence May

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Glad to see Richmond have Chris Davies back in the scrum. He makes a tremendous difference in the line out and generally. Luc Jones injured but substitute Jamie Gibbs is very experienced and capable.
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Injury hit Coventry rugby - two full backs (ankles) and captain/centre (concussion) out following the Cornish Pirates game.

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15. Tony Fenner (42), 14. Rob Knox (102), 13. Andy Bulumakau (debut) , 12. Sam Tuitupou (17), 11. Junior Bulumakau (1), 10. Jake Sharp (1), 9. Tom Kessell (8)

1. James Gibbons (2), 2. Scott Tolmie (59), 3. Phil Boulton (53), 4. Tom Jubb (35), 5. James Voss (2), 6. Adam Peters (2), 7. Jack Ram (2), 8. Ben Nutley (1)

 Replacements:

16. Phil Nilsen (25) , 17. Charlie Beech (2), 18. Luc Jeannot (13), 19. Cameron Gray (2), 20. Ben Adams (2), 21. Pete White (45), 22. Will Maisey (86), 

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Old Nick  . . but Cov have a big squad and the bench looks very strong indeed.
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Blues - no Foden but Davies makes his way to the bench.  Still have 3rd choice fly half and a couple of 2nd choices in the backs.
 
A couple of changes in the pack, which strengthens is a bit more although Flanagan is a loss and we do not have a proper 7.
starting line-up:
 
15. Rich Lane
14. Ryan Hutler
13. Jamie Elliott
12. Fraser Strachan
11. Dean Adamson
10. Ed Coulson
9. Lee Dickson (c)
 
1. Sean McCarthy
2. Charlie Clare
3. Alex Penny
4. Will Carrick-Smith
5. Oli Curry
6. Alex Rae
7. Huw Worthington
8. Jarad Williams
 
Replacements:
16. Jacob Fields
17. Camilo Parilli-Ocampo
18. Ben Cooper
19. Ed Taylor
20. Justin Blanchet
21. James Lennon
22. Harry Davies

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Pretty good 3rd choice Fly Half. according to Google if you can keep him injury free
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Originally posted by Runitback Runitback wrote:

Old Nick  . . but Cov have a big squad and the bench looks very strong indeed.

I quite agree. Both teams are depleted in the backs, both have shown they have effective packs. It should be a very interesting game. 


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Originally posted by tulip tulip wrote:

Pretty good 3rd choice Fly Half. according to Google if you can keep him injury free
 
I say 3rd, technically 4th as I am sure Robling would be 3rd if fit.  However, yes, he still did a job against Jersey and got most of his kicks.  I am hoping with another week of training we will be better in the backs this week.
 
A good call by Coventry to go with Sharp, although I am sure the Blues will target him defensively.
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Originally posted by The Blues The Blues wrote:

Originally posted by tulip tulip wrote:

Pretty good 3rd choice Fly Half. according to Google if you can keep him injury free

 
I say 3rd, technically 4th as I am sure Robling would be 3rd if fit.  However, yes, he still did a job against Jersey and got most of his kicks.  I am hoping with another week of training we will be better in the backs this week.
 
A good call by Coventry to go with Sharp, although I am sure the Blues will target him defensively.


Doncaster, with the late withdrawal of Charlie Foley, start with Cameron Cowell at 10. Not sure he's played there before.
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