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    Posted: 22 Oct 2019 at 15:46

Championship Match Officials

Hartpury vs Nottingham
Referee: Simon Harding
Assistant referees: Simon Adams, Clare Daniels
Assessor: Lloyd Jackson & Peter Huckle

Jersey vs Doncaster Knights
Referee: Neil Chivers
Assistant referees: William Burton, Shane Lewis
Assessor: Stephen Leyshon

Bedford Blues vs Ealing Trailfinders
Referee: Greg Macdonald
Assistant referees: Ian Bibey, Fergus Kirby
Assessor: Peter Farrell

London Scottish vs Ampthill
Referee: Karl Dickson
Assistant referees: Darryl Chapman, Gregory Garner
Assessor: Andrew Vertigan & Robin Goodliffe

Cornish Pirates vs Newcastle Falcons
Referee: Matthew Turvey
Assistant referees: Ian Bibey, Jonathan Healy
Assessor: Sam Collins

Yorkshire Carnegie vs Coventry
Referee: Andrew Jackson
Assistant referees: Jamie Leahy, Gregg Dawson
Assessor: Brian Campsall

https://www.bbc.com/sport/rugby-union/the-english-championship/table


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Ian Bibey will be a busy boy then.  Bedford Saturday and Pirates Sunday.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote chas Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 Oct 2019 at 16:24
Originally posted by Whistle watcher Whistle watcher wrote:

Ian Bibey will be a busy boy then.  Bedford Saturday and Pirates Sunday.

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Knights XV:

  1. Cameron Cowell 14. Kyle Evans 13. Pete LuHuckleberry 12. Charlie Foley 11. Tyson Lewis 10. Sam Olver 9. Tom James 1. Marc Thomas 2. Ben Hunter 3. Colin Quigley 4. Morgan Eames 5. Rouban Birch 6. George Edgson 7. Michael Hills 8. Ollie Stedman

Replacements:

  1. Will Holling
  2. Robin Hislop
  3. Andy Foster
  4. Tom Calladine
  5. Joe Sproston
  6. Sam Pocklington
  7. Johnny McPhillips
  8. Lloyd Hayes




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Ealing Trailfinders team to play Bedford Blues at 19:45 on Friday 25th October in Round Three of the Greene King IPA Championship at Goldington Road: Nice to see Peter Lydon and Lewis Jones in the match day squad, but concerned that there is no replacement 10 on the bench, although Tommy Bell could move over I suppose. Once again, shocked at how few of the new signings are breaking into the match day squad. What was the point of going out and getting guys like Paul Grant if they aren't going to play?


15 Tommy Bell 14 James Cordy Redden 13 David Johnston 12 Harry Sloan 11 Reon Joseph 10 Craig Willis 9 Craig Hampson 1 Will Davis 2 Matt Cornish 3 Elliot Millar Mills 4 Dave McKern 5 Harry Casson 6 Kieran Murphy 7 Jordy Reid 8 Rayn Smid ©  


Replacements: 

16 Alun Walker 17 Jake Ellwood 18 Craig Trenier 19 Ben West 20 Andrew Durutalo 21 Jordan Burns 22 Peter Lydon 23 Lewis Jones

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote oneagainstthehead Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 24 Oct 2019 at 13:23
Originally posted by gerg_861 gerg_861 wrote:

<p style="margin: 0px 0px 10px; text-align: left; color: rgb51, 51, 51; text-trans: none; text-indent: 0px; letter-spacing: normal; font-size: 18px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; text-decoration: none; word-spacing: 0px; white-space: normal; -sizing: border-; orphans: 2; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;">Ealing Trailfinders team to play Bedford Blues at 19:45 on Friday 25th October in Round Three of the Greene King IPA Championship at Goldington Road: Nice to see Peter Lydon and Lewis Jones in the match day squad, but concerned that there is no replacement 10 on the bench, although Tommy Bell could move over I suppose. Once again, shocked at how few of the new signings are breaking into the match day squad. What was the point of going out and getting guys like Paul Grant if they aren't going to play?

<p style="-sizing: border-; color: rgb51, 51, 51; font-family: "Ek Mukta",sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: 400; letter-spacing: normal; margin-bottom: 10px; margin-left: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-top: 0px; orphans: 2; text-align: left; text-decoration: none; text-indent: 0px; text-trans: none; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; white-space: normal; word-spacing: 0px;"><br style="-sizing: border-;">

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<p style="-sizing: border-; color: rgb51, 51, 51; font-family: "Ek Mukta",sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-style: normal; font-variant: normal; font-weight: 400; letter-spacing: normal; margin-bottom: 10px; margin-left: 0px; margin-right: 0px; margin-top: 0px; orphans: 2; text-align: left; text-decoration: none; text-indent: 0px; text-trans: none; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; white-space: normal; word-spacing: 0px;">16 Alun Walker 17 Jake Ellwood 18 Craig Trenier 19 Ben West 20 Andrew Durutalo 21 Jordan Burns 22 Peter Lydon 23 Lewis Jones

Same 12-13-14 sieve that leaked six tries in 40 minutes last week. Hopefully they’ve worn out a few tackle bags during the week.
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It amuses me that Ealing fans are concerned about their lack of cover for 10 on the bench when Bedford haven’t had a 10 available since the 7th minute of the first cup game! We also haven’t had any cover at hooker since the first game, so Robbie Smith has had to play 80 mins every game so far. Blues decimated by injuries atm, I make it 9 first xv players missing at the moment, at least 5 of which are amongst our most influential players. Small squad already showing up and I expect Ealing will put us to the sword like the cup game. So I wouldn’t worry about your lack of 10 cover on the bench!
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Looks like Pirates have got some key players missing for this game V Falcons. Nico De Battista picked up what I believe is a hand/wrist injury against Doncaster last weekend, so our starting fly half (Rojas-Alvarez) is moved to 12 and Will Cargill comes in at 10. Tom Cowan-Dickie also picked up an injury in last weekend's match so the front row has had a reshuffle. Good to see Tom Duncan back at number 8 as we'll certainly need a big ball carrier against Falcons. Bench looks okay but lacks the firepower that may be necessary to finish the job. Would like to see Rhodri Davies get a bit more game time as he hasn't really had a chance to show us what he's all about yet. Other than that the side is looking reasonably solid and we should still have a chance of causing an upset on Sunday. Game on!

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote cheshire exile Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Oct 2019 at 13:19
Weather forecast for Sunday in Penzance looks quite good. Looks like it’ll be a sellout. Hopefully a great advert for Championship rugby lies ahead.
A great shame that TCD and Nico De Batista miss out but the home support should help make up for it.
Any thoughts from Geordie-land on the level of travelling support? I know of 2😁

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"Any thoughts from Geordie-land on the level of travelling support? I know of 2"

I know of a few going down, yes. Should be a great occasion.
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Ampthill squad to face London Scottish

15 Lynch, Karim
14 Gillespie, Josh (dr Saints)
13 Sage, Jarryd
12 Bird-Tullock, Rueben (dr Saints)
11 Baker, Nigel (Sam)
10 Grimoldby, Louis
9 Barrett, Kevin

1 Tonga’huiha, Soane
2 Ward, Dave (c)
3 Lutui, Aleki
4 Kpoku, Jon
5 Kerry, Shay
6 Allman, Will
7 Bercis, Joe
8 Hudson, Sam

16 Blackmore, Syd
17 Collins, Matt
18 Christie, Ben
19 Johnson, Billy
20 Molitika, Maama
21 Veenendaal, Darryl
22 Costelow, Sam (dr Tigers)
23 Anderson, Cameron (dr Wasps)


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Yes, good to see Lydon and Jones coming back into the picture. Hope that both of them will get at least 20 minutes each to show what they are made of.
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That's not THE Kevin Barrett playing at scrum-half for Ampthill, is it?  He must be 40 now - I remember chatting to his mum at London Irish when he was first breaking into the first team there in the early 00s - although I think that still makes him younger than Lutui and Molitika.
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Originally posted by Mark W-J Mark W-J wrote:

That's not THE Kevin Barrett playing at scrum-half for Ampthill, is it?  He must be 40 now - I remember chatting to his mum at London Irish when he was first breaking into the first team there in the early 00s - although I think that still makes him younger than Lutui and Molitika.

It is THE Kevin Barrett, an evergreen, been at Ampthill some years as a player coach
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Statbunker seems to think he is 39.
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Here are the CoventrY players, to face Leeds on Sunday.

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15 James Stokes;
14 Rob Knox,
13 Heath Stevens,
12 Rory Jennings,
11 David Halaifonua; (back from RWC)
10 Will Maisey,
9 Pete White;

1 James Gibbons,
2 Scott Tolmie,
3 Phil Boulton (capt),
4 Nile Dacres,
5 James Voss,
6 Adam Peters,
7 Jack Ram,
8 Senitiki Nayalo

16 Joe Buckle, fr2
17 Toby Trinder, fr dr
18 Gareth Denman, fr
19 Alex Woolford,
20 Ryan Burrows,
21 Tom Kessell,
22 Tony Fenner,
23 Luke Wallace
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One of the poorest games of rugby I’ve ever seen at GR tonight. Looks like it wasn’t much better around the league. Conditions were poor which explains some of it but even so both teams were absolutely lacklustre. The main point of difference was Ealing’s superior scrum which gave them ample opportunities to just keep Bedford pinged back and they scored a couple of mauls. It’s almost as if signing all of your props from the division below isn’t a great idea.

At the moment, I look at the fixture list and I just can’t see where our next win is coming from. I don’t think we’ll win another game before the next block of cup games. We need our injured players back ASAP, especially either of the fly halves and Alex Penny (who I think is out until the new year). It’s no coincidence that blues resurgence in form the last few years has been whilst having a bit of depth in the front row. Parilli-Ocampo and Ben Cooper have been our back up props and are both excellent players, Cooper in particular would start for most teams. We haven’t signed proper replacements for them or Charlie Clare and currently all of our front row options, McCarthy aside, are out of their depth. Similar to before Cooper returned and our scrum was a walking penalty. You just can’t win games when every knock on essentially offers a try scoring opportunity (from a scrum/pen/maul) to the opposition.
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Excellent game in Jersey 27-0 win for the Reds.
Proper old school tough game this, Donny had almost all the possession for the first half hour and turned down three easily kickable penalties. Jersey did well to keep them out and weren't offering too much themselves while the play was in the wrong half.
 Still 0-0 after 39 minutes but then 8-0 Jersey at half time.
A strong wind did its best to make life difficult but other than this, there were two key points for me. When the two starting props for Donny Quigley and former Jersey player Marc Thomas departed on 44 minutes - seemed very early - it made a significant difference and Jersey were stronger in the pack from then on 
And the defence was outstanding, summed up in the final seconds when Donny had a shed load of multiple phase but only went backwards. I think it was Brendan Cope who finally secured the turnover and sealed a solid 5 point win for the Reds.  Made up a bit for the stuffing we had at Ealing last week    
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Originally posted by Westcoaster Westcoaster wrote:

Excellent game in Jersey 27-0 win for the Reds.
Proper old school tough game this, Donny had almost all the possession for the first half hour and turned down three easily kickable penalties. Jersey did well to keep them out and weren't offering too much themselves while the play was in the wrong half.
 Still 0-0 after 39 minutes but then 8-0 Jersey at half time.
A strong wind did its best to make life difficult but other than this, there were two key points for me. When the two starting props for Donny Quigley and former Jersey player Marc Thomas departed on 44 minutes - seemed very early - it made a significant difference and Jersey were stronger in the pack from then on 
And the defence was outstanding, summed up in the final seconds when Donny had a shed load of multiple phase but only went backwards. I think it was Brendan Cope who finally secured the turnover and sealed a solid 5 point win for the Reds.  Made up a bit for the stuffing we had at Ealing last week    
well done the reds.....I don't think you were stuffed by us last week. You were the better team by far in the 2nd half
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