Chance for new faces to impress
Wymondham travel to Stowmarket with high hopes this weekend. On current form the home team should present the league leaders with few problems. However the visitors will be cautious.
Wymondham travel to Stowmarket with high hopes this weekend.
On current form the home team should present the league leaders with few problems.
However the visitors will be cautious. as the Suffolk club's links with a local army base make their form hard to predict. They currently sit in ninth place in Eastern Counties One, but grabbed a valuable away win last week against neighbours Woodbridge.
Wymondham have problems of their own, with influential backs Nick Greenhall and Pena Sokia both out with injuries. However this will present young up and coming fly half Stuart Lyle and new recruit Alex Brugger the opportunity to start.
The pack remains unchanged, but on the bench Colin Sykes and Josh Reeve will be joined by replacement hooker Mark Unstead, following some impressive performances for the seconds.
The Murderer's Arms landlord Ivan Brown and Director of Rugby Andy Lyle have unveiled sponsorship for a new first team player of the month award. Mobile young prop Lee Summers was named as the inaugural 'Murderer of the month' for September and was presented with a voucher for a meal for two.
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t Holt host Cantabrigians this weekend in Eastern Counties One.
Holt are able to field the same side that travelled to Thurston last weekend but for the inclusion of Jason Child at number 8, with Ashley Woods reverting to second row.
Roper has injured his shoulder so either Tony Hudson or Dan Cherry will start in the front row.
In the backs Dan Ilsley remains at 10 after a solid display against Thurston, with Tim Allen and Derrick Calverley making up the centres.
“We played some good rugby last weekend but gave away far too many penalties which in the end cost us the game. I will look to the boys to rectify this and get back to winning ways,” stated coach Fletcher.