Northampton Saints/Canada A double-header teams

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Northampton Saints/Canada A double-header teams

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[tag=image] ... 3_01_0.jpg[/tag][tag=content]Alright folks, welcome back for another year of pain and agony!

For those who know me, you will understand that I have found myself suddenly very busy since the end of last season! But not to fear, my usual match previews and reports shall continue as the season gets underway.

But, since we are at home for our final two pre-season friendlies, and those friendlies are both on the same day, here are the teams that will take to the pitch, as well as the times you can see them.

As always, all feedback on what I provide for you is greatly appreciated and ensures that I can keep providing quality stuff for you guys to enjoy before each game! :thumleft:

I shall see you throughout the season!

Match 1
Ulster A vs. Canada A
Friday 26th August, 17:15
Kingspan Stadium
Pre-season friendly

15. David Busby, 14. Conor Kelly, 13. Mark Best, 12. Rory Butler, 11. Aaron Cairns, 10. Johnny McPhillips, 9. Angus Lloyd; 1. Kyle McCall (capt.), 2. Zack McCall, 3. Craig Trenier, 4. Kieran Treadwell, 5. Alex Thompson, 6. Nick Timoney, 7. Conall Boomer, 8. Stephen Mulholland.

Replacements: Adam McBurney, Tommy O'Hagan, Michael Lagan, Peter Cooper, Alistair Burke, Aaron Hall, Marcus Rea, Jonny Stewart, Andy Magrath, Conor Field.

15. Jordan Wilson-Ross, 14. Kainoa Lloyd, 13. Sam Hayward, 12. Giuseppe du Toit, 11. Dan Moor, 10. Gordon McRorie, 9. Daniel Joyce; 1. Djustice Sears-Duru, 2. Alex Mascott, 3. Cody McClary, 4. Conor Keys, 5. Lucas Albornoz, 6. Kyle Baillie, 7. Matt Heaton, 8. Admir Cejvanovic.

Replacements: Eric Howard, Peter Houlihan, Anthony Luca, Adrian Wadden, Nanyak Dala, Travis Larsen, Pat Parfrey, Robbie Povey, Doug Fraser, Mozac Samson, Ryan Kotlewski, Aidan McMullan.

Match 2
Ulster Rugby vs. Northampton Saints
Friday 26th August, 19:30
Kingspan Stadium
Pre-season friendly

15. Charles Piutau, 14. Louis Ludik, 13. Darren Cave, 12. Stuart McCloskey, 11. Robert Lyttle, 10. Brett Herron, 9. Paul Marshall; 1. Andy Warwick, 2. Rob Herring (capt.), 3. Rodney Ah You, 4. Pete Browne, 5. Franco van der Merwe, 6. Robbie Diack, 7. Clive Ross, 8. Roger Wilson.

Replacements: John Andrew, Callum Black, Ross Kane, Alan O'Connor, Conor Joyce, Matthew Rea, Dave Shanahan, Sam Windsor, Jacob Stockdale.

15. Ben Foden, 14. Ken Pisi, 13. Luther Burrell, 12. Harry Mallinder, 11. Ahsee Tuala, 10. Stephen Myler, 9. Lee Dickson; 1. Alex Waller, 2. Dylan Hartley, 3. Kieran Brookes, 4. Michael Paterson, 5. James Craig, 6. Tom Wood (capt.), 7. Jamie Gibson, 8. Louis Picamoles.

Replacements: Campese Ma'afu, Mikey Haywood, Paul Hill, Jordan Onojaife, Reece Marshall, Lewis Ludlam, Sam Dickinson, Nic Groom, JJ Hanrahan, Howard Packman, George Pisi, Juan Pablo Estelles, Tom Collins, George Furbank.[/tag]
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Re: Northampton Saints/Canada A double-header teams

Post by Setanta »

Appreciated, thanks.
From the rolling glens of Antrim through the hills of Donegal we will stand and shout for Ulster as we win both scrum and maul from the lovely lakes of Fermanagh tae the shores of ould Lough Gall we will scream and shout for Ulster as we beat them one and all!
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