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    Posted: 05 Sep 2008 at 17:28
....according to statbucker that is Wink
 
BARKING
In: Jack Gash (scrum-half - London Irish), James Kellard (back-row - Blackheath)
 
Out: Dwayne Bishop (Loughborough Univ), Reece Durrance (Gloucester
), Joe Leota (Hawkes Bay).

BRIDGWATER & ALBION
In: Jake Babb (wing - Frome), Simon Carter (prop - Newbury), Stuart Evans (scrum-half - Cornish All Blacks), Danny Hodge (forward - Coventry), Steve Hunt (lock- Cleve), David Kimberley (flanker - Cornish All Blacks), Kieron Lewitt (full-back/fly-half - Canterbury), Mike Mangeolles (centre - Bristol), Craig McGrath (hooker -Bristol), Lee Messer (centre - Bristol), Simon Morrell (lock - Cornish All Blacks), David Morton (prop -
Taunton), Wayne Stiling (prop - Wells), Joe Williams (hooker - Cleveland).

Out: Tom Kessell (Newbury), Simon Hafoka (Player coach – Oviedo, Spain), Christian Wulff (Fly half – Canada), Marshall Cormack (Lock – Exeter Chiefs), Matt Hastie (Hooker – Taunton)

CANTERBURY
In: Tom Best (fly-half - Deal & Betteshanger), Colin Chapman (flanker - Old Patesians), Huw Collings (flanker - Cardiff HSOB), Tom Corbett (hooker - Univ of Kent), John Coutts (full-back/centre - Hawick), Luke Harding (scrum-half - Chinnor), David Heads (scrum-half - Maidstone), Richard Lama (centre - Portsmouth Univ), Dave Hillerby (prop - Huai, NZ), Mike Livesey (prop - Wests Subiaco, Aus), Nick Mactaggart (flanker - Hawick), Dave Marshall (fly-half - Westcombe Park), Ben Thomas (centre - Univ of Kent)

Out: Dylan Alexander (Westcombe Park), Jordan Finlyson-Green (Tonbridge Juddian), Jamie Forsyth (Gravesend), Rob Hussey (Gravesend), Kieron Lewitt (Bridgwater & Albion), Blair Morris (Esher), Theo Rhodes (S Africa), Wessel Wolmarans (Tonbridge Juddian).

CHINNOR
In: James Eckert (prop - Oxford Quins), Ben Hewitt (fullback - Australia), Dave Jackson (back-row - New Zealand), Tom Jordan (back-row - Worthing), Tom Jones (No.8 - Quenybeyan Whites), Angus Nielsen (back - Western Force), Toby Prescott (scrum-half - Tring), Chris Rowley scrum-half - Stourbridge), James Serrano (centre - O Albanians), Alex Wallace (utility back - Reading).
 
Out: Arno Brendenham (Aylesford), Jake Carter (Cinderford), Luke Harding (Canterbury), Andrew McGuire (Kenilworth), Zane Winslade (Romania)

DINGS CRUSADERS
In: Ben Chase (lock - Clevedon), Darren Griffiths (Flanker - Weston), Olly Hayes (hooker - Bristol Acad), Kevin Hobbs (flanker - Weston), Richard Jenkins (flanker - Bristol Acad), Ethan Matthews (flanker - unattached), Josh Mortimore (scrum-half - Clevedon), Pierre Panizzutti (flanker - FCTT, Fra), Barnaby Purbrook (prop - Northampton), Nigel Southcombe (scrum-half - Brixham), Jack Steadman (prop - Clifton), Richard Townsend (prop - Hereford), Ashley Vailes (centre - Clevedon), Adam Westall (full-back - Lydney).

Out: Neil Dipple (Westcombe Park), Sean Fox (Newbury), Waylon Glasson (Newbury), Gary Leadbeater (Avonmouth), Vince Murrell (Clifton), Elliott Read (Leicester), Sam Saunders (Taunton), James Stanford (Cinderford)

EALING
In: Dinos Alexopolous (hooker - Henley), Lee Best: (full-back/wing - Bath), Neil Brown (centre/fly-half - Wasps), Aidan Bruynseels (back-row - Wasps Academy), Andrew Dalgleish (hooker - Newbury), Freddy Edwards (scrum-half - Wasps Academy), David Howells (wing - London Irish), Ali James (centre - Gloucester), Andrew Le Chevalier (prop - Henley), Mark Lock (back-row - Leeds Carnegie), Harry Rowland (back-row - London Irish), Dan Smaje (scrum-half - Newbury) Mark Tucker - (centre - Northampton), James Winterbottom (lock - Henley).

Out: Russell Carr (Staines), Thomas Clare (Redingensians), Luke Cudmore (Marseilles), Andrew MaCrae (Teddington), Edwin Okoye (Esher), Colin Stokes (Old Priorians), Christopher Wells (Staines). Released: Carl Bradshaw, Duncan James, Frank Keenan. Retired: Andrew Price, Justin Smith.

HAVANT
In: Dave Byett (centre - Nottingham Univ), Gareth Cadmore (No.8 - Navy), Chris Jackson (scrum-half -
Andover), Wayne Johns (scrum-half - Navy), Frazier Wilfred (hooker - Rotherham), Phil Dikin (lock – Chichester), Ben Stewart (NZ), Billy Toone (Scrum half), Chris Thompson (Winger),

Out: Released - Ngapaku Ngapaku. Retired - Neil McGovern, Alastair Ramus.

HENLEY
In: Dan Askew (prop - Cambridge), Neil Baggett (wing - Wharfedale), Alex Cheeseman (flanker - Oxford Univ), Peter Davies (wing/full-back - Newbury/Oxford Quins), Alex Dupee (flanker - Henley Wanderers), Shaun English (lock - Aylesbury), Will Fulton (fly-half - RGS High Wycombe), Hugo Gentilli (prop - Henley Wanderers), Tom Haynes (wing/full-back - Henley Wanderers), Jack Hennings (flanker - Oakmeadians), Glyn Hooson-Owen (prop - U.W.I.C), Hugo Milford-Scott (prop - U.W.I.C), Alex Penny (prop - Salisbury), Sam Portland (wing - Chinnor), Jack Shaylor (utility back - Ilkley), Scott Simmons (fly-half - Melksham), Ralph Smith (fullback - Blaydon), Simon Tattersall (hooker - U.W.I.C), Tommy Turner (fly-half - Rugby).

Out: Dinos Alexopolous (Ealing), Dave Archer (Cambridge), Luke Burns (Newbury), Calum Grant (London Scottish), James Hadfield (Rugby Lions), Dan Howick (Rotherham), Rob Hurrell (Cambridge), Andrew Le Chevalier (Ealing), Chris Simmons (Rosslyn Park), James Winterbottom (Ealing), Liam Wordley (Blackheath).

LONDON SCOTTISH
In: Simon Amor (scrum-half/fly-half - Wasps), James Brown (fly-half - Worcester), Rory Damant (fly-half - Esher), Iain Fullerton (second-row - Saracens), Mark Soden (No.8 - Esher), Gary Trueman (centre - Worcester), Paul Volley (back-row - Harlequins)

Outs: Dan Beard (Rosslyn Park)

LYDNEY
In: Dean Miller (back row - Matson), George Porter (prop - Birmingham & Solihull), Mike Rinildi (centre - Spartans)

Out: Tom Beechey (Malvern), Roy Davies (Wales), Andy MacCrae (Cinderford), Jimmy Roberts (Bream)

RICHMOND
In: Lewis Brown (prop - Morley), Chris Butt (centre - Harlequins), Peter Dalton (prop - London Welsh), Gavin Hart (centre - Esher), John Heald (scrum-half - Fleetwood), Phil Jones (flanker - Loughborough Students), Alistair Simmie (fly-half - Durham).
Out: None.

ROSSLYN PARK
In: Howard Quigley (lock - London Welsh), Dan Beard (No.8 - London Scottish), Hayden Roche (half-back - unattached), Dylan Pugh (fly-half - London Welsh), Robert Jewell (centre/wing - London Welsh), Alex Cadwallader (centre/wing - London Welsh), Richard Culley (prop - Plymouth/Pertemps Bees), Callum Duffield (lock - University of West of England), James Strong (wing - London Welsh), Chris Simmons (wing/full-back - Henley Hawks), Rhys Evans* (scrum-half - London Welsh), Martin Anayi* (flanker - London Welsh), James Clark (hooker - on loan from London Irish), Andrew Clements (lock - unattached), Graham Barr (scrum-half - Esher), Richard Griffith (back-row - unattached)
*Loan deals have been made permanent

Out: Richard Watkins, Niall Lear and Nick Harlock (all taking foreign assignments with their jobs), Ed Lewis-Pratt (London Welsh), Quentin Coetzer (Warlingham), Sam Brown (unattached)

RUGBY LIONS
In: James Hadfield (prop - Henley Hawks), Jack Green (fly-half - Cambridge), Sam Wood (fly-half - Kenilworth), Toby Rochester (wing - Barkers Butts), Richard Parker (scrum-half - University), David O’Leary (prop - Rushden), Dave Campton (second-row - Pertemps Bees), Phil Reed (utility-back - Cambridge), Justin Parker (scrum-half - Banbury), Craig Moir (wing - Bedford), Liam Munroe (flanker - Leamington), Beau Carney (flanker - Long Buckby), Alex Waller (prop - Northampton, loan)

Out: Richard Siviter (released), Sam Viggers (Newbold RFC as player/coach)

WORTHING
In: Rhys Blumberg (hooker - UWIC), Paul Cox (No.8 - London Welsh), Joe Marler (prop - Harlequins, loan), Micky Pointing (hooker - Harlequins, loan), Tom Wells (utility back - Young Munster)

Out: Simon Alcott (Exeter Chiefs), Peter Altona (retired to Aus), Ben Chisholm (Haywards Heath), Duncan Taylor (retired to NZ),  Chris Yates (Wimbledon, coach)
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Sep 2008 at 17:42
Not for London scottish they're not (in full that is !) Keep guessing for the time being Wink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Sep 2008 at 20:49
Somebody obviously didn't read the first line of my post ClapLOL
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Sep 2008 at 10:56
Buck - In the absence of High Heidjin playing ball  Confused we need to add to the following players to London Scottish's list of in players: Roman Piotrowski (Winger - Blackheath), Ian McInroy (Centre - Scotland 7's), Ledua Jope  (Flanker - Army, Fiji & Barbarians), Perceli Nacamavuto (Centre - Army, Fiji), Matt Leeks (Scrum-half - LS Academy & Scotland U20). Probably others i've missed, but certainly more up to date.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Sep 2008 at 13:11
Ian Mcinroys registration was held by Cambridge last year as he had played for us for 3 seasons since leaving cambridge university.
He didnt manage to play last year at all as he was establishing a new career in the city and the training / travelling ruled that out.
He is when fit a very good player and i wish him well with you and its an obvious move for him now he lives in London and wears a kilt.
However......
To describe him as a Scotland 7's player is a little passe.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Sep 2008 at 13:23
They have also signed Ben Gotting (hooker, ex Wasps and Worcester)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Sep 2008 at 18:33
Buck - Haven't seen much of you recently. Still drowning your sorrows after the game on Saturday. Any views on the game? Fair result?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 Sep 2008 at 21:25
The reoport on LS site about the pivitol point is accurate. We were holding out the very fast Scottish attack with some great defending up until then. The 21 points Scottish scored whilst our centre was in the bin was the final margin of victory.
It was a bit harsh to say Scottish took their foot off the gas in the second half. We scored a few good trys and could probably had more if we had been half as clinical as Scottish.
The fly-half we had out hadn't played in that position for over a year and his kicking was not up the the job.
All 3 offcials were very poor even for N3 standards but there is nothing that can be done there Tongue.
Simon Amor was lucky not to get red carded for punching a defenceless player in the face 3 times (happened right in front of me and the assistant ref) but it seems only the crowd saw it Ouch
All in all the result was never in doubt and Scottish deserved the 5 point win Clap
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2008 at 12:20
Originally posted by Blood and Sand Blood and Sand wrote:

Ian Mcinroys registration was held by Cambridge last year as he had played for us for 3 seasons since leaving cambridge university.
He didnt manage to play last year at all as he was establishing a new career in the city and the training / travelling ruled that out.
He is when fit a very good player and i wish him well with you and its an obvious move for him now he lives in London and wears a kilt.
However......
To describe him as a Scotland 7's player is a little passe.
 
B & S - Ian McInroy's year off has certainly done him the world of good. He is now getting a run out in the team and is certainly doing his stuff on the pitch. He has scored 5 tries already this season and looks the real deal. I would say its Scottish's gain and Cambridge's loss. Could be close to the form that got him into the Scotland 7s squad!!! 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2008 at 14:07
Im pleased for Ian...send him my best.
As i said, when he moved to London to work, a move to you was always sensible.
We wish him well and look forward to greeting him next season....and the piper.....and Rod Lynch....and Hugh....and Malcolm...lolTongue
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2008 at 14:46
B&S ... you're clearly with the in-crowd at Scottish Wink Likwise, looking forward to coming up to Cambridge again next season ... always enjoy your hospitality. (assuming, of course, that you don't get promoted !) Ian's definitely been a great signing for us and he's a great lad, too !
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2008 at 15:15
Look forward to hosting you HH.
Not thinking about the P word....leaving that to other clubs to scrap over.....read First 3rd thread on Nat 2.Confused
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 Nov 2008 at 15:44
B&S, OK ... good luck with the season, whatever your ambitions turn out to be ! And, you never know, if we get past Richmond in the cup we might meet up with you again, then !
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Nov 2008 at 09:09
I would look forward to that too.....i shall dust off my klaxon!Wink
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