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Post by Fluxy on Mon 07 Nov 2016, 9:25 am

Home teams to be named by 23:59 hours on Tuesday
Away teams to be named by 23:59 hours on Wednesday
Tactics by 23:59 hours on Thursday 
Predictions to be PM’d to Fluxy by 23:59 hours on Sunday


Scarlets vs Bath Rugby
Parc y Scarlets
Light Cloud, 13 degrees, 16mph North Westerly Winds


Scarlets

01. Wyn Jones 09. Jonathan Evans
02. Ryan Elias10. Rhys Patchell
03. Werner Kruger
04. Tom Price11. Steff Evans
05. David Bulbring12. Hadleigh Parkes (c)
06. Aaron Shingler13. Steff Hughes
07. Will Boyde14. DTH van der Merwe
08. Morgan Allen15. Aled Thomas
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Replacements: 16 Emyr Phillips, 17 Dylan Evans, 18 Peter Edwards, 19 Lewis Rawlins, 20 James Davies, 21 Aled Davies, 22 Dan Jones, 23 Gareth Owen


Bath Rugby
Manager – CJB

01. Ellis Genge09. Richard Wigglesworth 
02. Mikey Haywood10. Jack Debrenczeni 
03. Nepo Laulala
04. Will Skelton11. Cheslin Kolbe 
05. Graham Kitchener 12. Sam Hill
06. James Gaskell13. Harold Vorster
07. Liam Gill14. Christian Wade
08. Toby Falateu 15. Andy Goode
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16. Beno Obano 17. Leni Apisai 18. Scott Wilson 19. Mitch Lees 20. Charlie Matthews 21. James Tuttle 22. Reuben Bird Tulloch  23. Ollie Thorley





Ospreys vs Harlequins
St. Helen's Rugby and Cricket Ground
Light Cloud, 13 degrees, 16mph North Westerly Winds


Ospreys

01. Paul James09. Tom Habberfield (c)
02. Sam Parry10. Josh Matavesi
03. Dmitri Arhip
04. Lloyd Ashley11. Eli Walker
05. Adam Beard12. Ashley Beck
06. Rob McCusker13. Ben John
07. Olly Cracknell14. Keelan Giles
08. Joe Bearman 15. Dan Evans
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Replacements: 16 Hugh Gustafson, 17 Gareth Thomas, 18 Ma’afu Fia, 19 Rhodri Jones, 20 Scott Otten, 21 Brendon Leonard, 22 Jonathan Spratt, 23 Dafydd Howells


Harlequins
Manager – Steven_Sharks


01. Ethan Waller09. Ruan Pienaar
02. Rob Webber 10. Ihaia West (k)
03. John Afoa
04. Will Witty11. Joe Tomane
05. George Kruis (c)12. Stuart Olding
06. Jack Clifford13. Bundee Aki
07. Steffon Armitage14. Keelan Giles
08. James Chisholm15. Mike Haley
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16. Jack Singleton 17. Richard Barrington 18. Kieran Brookes 19. Lukhan Tui 20. Jean Luc Du Preez 21. Stuart Townsend 22. Steven Myler 23. Max Clark





Bristol Rugby vs Sale Sharks
Ashton Gate
Light Cloud, 13 degrees, 11mph Westerly Winds


Bristol Team 
Manager: CJ

01. Loni Uhila09. Ben Spencer
02. Rob Buchanan10. Rhys Patchell (k)
03. Mike Ross
04. Sam Carter11. Rene Ranger (c)
05. Kearnan Myall12. Kyle Godwin
06. Mitch Eadie13. Nick Tompkins
07. Judicaël Cancoriet 14. Digby Ioane
08. Carl Fearns15. Jesse Mogg
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16. Tom West 17. Richardt Strauss  18. James Johnston 19. Sam Twomey 20  Max Deegan, 21. Dave Lewis 22. Callum Sheedy 23. Sam Apsland-Robinson

Tactics:
Attributes:

Attacking:
1) Breakdown - Clearing: Ensuring the possession is clean and quick with quick support to the breakdown
2)  Phase Attack: Attacks build momentum until an opportunity arises. 
Defending:
1) Breakdown - Slowing up ball: The defenders can get over the ball to slow it up and prevent the attack from building momentum and allowing your defence to set. 
2) Breakdown - Organised Ruck defence: with guards and body guards set, allowing the rest of the line to set off them.

Tactics


 Sale Sharks
Manager – SJE

01. Tau Koloamatangi 09. James Mitchell 
02. Julien Marchand10. Curwin Bosch
03. Atu Moli
04. Matt Garvey11. Tevita Li
05. Christian Day12. Jonathan Danty
06. Issac Curtis Hariss13. Joe Marchant
07. Lewis Ludlam14. Ratu Joe Cokanasiga
08. Rob Leota15. Shaun Stevenson
Subs:
16. Benjamin Kayser 17. Ross Harrison 18. Martin Moore 19. Iain Henderson 20. Will Allman 21. Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi 22. Otere Black 23. Jacob Stockdale





Saracens vs Newcastle Falcons
Allianz Park
Light Cloud, 11 degrees, 12mph South Westerly Winds


Saracens
Manager – Pooly

01. Simon McIntyre09. Lee Dickson
02. Richard Hibbard10. Tom Taylor
03. Paul Hill
04. Marcos Kremer 11. Teddy Thomas
05. Geoff Parling12. Ollie Devoto
06. Akira Ioane13. Robbie Fruen
07. Will Fraser14. Hosea Gear
08. Dave Denton15. Delon Armitage
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16. Richard Hibbard 17. Alex Waller 18. Ben Franks 19. Ed Slater 20. Sam Underhill 21. Lee Dickson 22. Nathan Earle 23. Sonny Bill Williams

Tactics:

Defensive:

Blitz Defence - Get in the face of the opposition and allow them very little time on the ball.

Breakdown - Turnover possession: Your side is recognised to pick off turnovers at the breakdown, by getting the ball and gaining the penalty

Attacking:

Territorial Kicking: Looking to pin back sides and kick for open spaces or touch

Offloading in the tackle: Moving the point of attack preventing a defence to set and keeping play fluid

Ollie Devoto to cover 10.


 Newcastle Falcons
Manager – Bambam

01. Alec Hepburn09. Will Chudley 
02. George McGuigan   10. Ian Madigan 
03. Davit Kubriashvili
04. Flip Van Der Merwe11. Luke Morahan
05. Matt Symons12. Vince Aso
06. Callum Clark13. Michele Campagnaro
07. Will Evans14. Zac Kibirige
08. Jordi Murphy 15. Rob Miller
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16.Ricky Riccitelli 17.Nic Auterac 18. Dillon Lewis 19. Rory Thornton 20. Ellis Jenkins 21. Sam Hidalgo Clyne 22. Sam James 23. Gabriel Ibitoye

Attributes
Counter Attacking: Receiving the ball down field, your players will look to attack with ball in hand, thriving in the broken field and open spaces.
Phase Attack: Attacks build momentum until an opportunity arises.
Breakdown: Slowing up ball: The defenders can get over the ball to slow it up and prevent the attack from building momentum and allowing your defence to set.
Blitz Defence: Your side is known for Blitz and excels at it





Leicester Tigers vs Newport Gwent Dragons
Welford Road
Heavy Rain, 12 degrees, 10mph Westerly Winds


Leicester Tigers
Manager – Fluxy

01. Max Lahiff09. Antoine Dupont
02. Dave Ward10. Freddie Burns (k)
03. Brian Mujati
04. Pascal Pape (c)11. Henry Purdy
05. Stan South12. Billy Twelvetrees
06. Sam Jones13. Damien Penaud
07. Hienrich Brussow14. Drew Mitchell
08. Calum Chick15. Jack Maddocks
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Subs: 16. Neale Farthing 17. Hika Elliott 18. Lasha Tibadze 19. Tom Wells 20. Don Armand 21. Micky Young 22. James Lang 23. Kurtley Beale


Newport Gwent Dragons

01. Phil Price 09. Sarel Pretorius
02. Thomas Rhys Thomas10.  Angus O’Brien
03. Brok Harris
04. Nick Crosswell11. Ashton Hewitt
05. Rynard Landman12. Jack Dixon
06. Lewis Evans (c)13. Sam Beard
07. Ollie Griffiths14. Pat Howard
08. Ed Jackson 15. Tom Prydie
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Replacements: 16 Rhys Buckley, 17 Sam Hobbs, 18 Lloyd Fairbrother, 19 Matthew Screech, 20 Nic Cudd, 21 Tavis Knoyle, 22 Geriant Rhys Jones, 23 Adam Warren





Northampton Saints vs Gloucester Rugby
Franklin Gardens
Light Rain, 12 degrees, 12mph South Westerly Winds


Northampton Saints
Manager: Dammit Chris

01. Logi Mulipola09. Cobus Reinarch
02. Schalk Brits10. Patricio Fernandez (k)
03. Jake Cooper-Wooley
04. Paul Jedrasiak11. Matt Banahan
05. Vaea Fifita12. Harry Mallinder
06. Luke Wallace(c)13. Tyler Morgan
07. James Davies14. Paolo Odogwu
08. Dan du Preez 15. Ben Foden
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Replacements
16. Ashley Johnson 17. James Slipper 18. Conan O'Donnell 19. Michael Paterson 20. Ollie Griffiths 21. Jamie Shillcock 22. Matt Giteau 23. Owen Watkin

Mat - not doing tactics mate.


Gloucester Rugby
Manager: Matt

01. Rob Evans09. Dan Robson
02. Luke Cowan-Dickie10. Dan Carter (k)
03. Juan Figallo
04. Elliott Stooke11. Hallam Amos
05. Tomas Lavanini12. Matt Toomua
06. Ardie Savea13. Matt Scott
07. Julian Salvi14. Charlie Walker
08. Sam Dickinson15. Sam Davies
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Replacements: 16. Coenie Ousthuizen, 17. Joe Gray, 18. Titi Lamisotele, 19. Tom Croft, 20. Ruan Ackerman, 21. Justin Phillips, 22. Danny Cipriani, 23. Will Addison





Wasps vs Worcester Warriors
Ricoh Arena
Light Cloud, 12 degrees, 11mph Westerly Winds


Wasps
Manager - Pullthestrings

01. Marcos Ayerza09. Sebastian Tillous Borde
02. Harry Thacker10. Rhys Preistland (k)
03. Frans Malherbe
04. Sebastian Vahaamahina11. Bryan Habana
05. Jim Hamilton12. Brad Barritt (c)
06. Blake Gibson13. Henry Slade
07. Fulgence Quedraogo 14. Josh Charmley
08. Jerome Kaino15. Tim Nanai-Williams
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16. Bismark Du Plessis, 17. Ben Moon, 18. Thomas Du Toit, 19. Andrew Kitchener 20. Will Owen, 21. Will Homer, 22. Luther Burrell, 23. Anthony Watson

Tactics


Worcester Warriors
Manager - Prop

01. Val Ruskin09. Rory Kockott
02. Ross Batty10. Owen Williams (k)
03. WP Nel
04. Tom Savage11. Adam Thompstone
05. Kieran Tredwell12. Cory Allen
06. Jordan Taufua13. Mark Bennett
07. George Smith ©14. James Short
08. Jackson Wray15. Brice Dulin
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16. Jack Walker 17. Billy Keast 18. Henry Thomas 19. Adam Beard 20. Mike Williams 21. Sam Harrison 22. Sam Olver 23. NMS
Season's Attributes-
Offloading in the Tackle
Breakdown (Turnovers)
Blitz Defence
Choke Tackle

*Looking to use the balance of back row to disrupt opposition ball and have strong carries off of 10 and 12.
*Mix up first receivers to keep them guessing.
*Heads up rugby with strike moves when on with wingers coming off their wing and Dulin looking to run onto offloads.
*Bench to make an impact with pace for the backs and 'dog' in the forwards.
*Allen to lead the defence with one of back 5 alongside Williams in the 10 channel to implement the choke tackle.





Exeter Chiefs vs Cardiff Blues
Sandy Park
Light Cloud, 13 degrees, 16mph North Westerly Winds


Exeter Chiefs
Manager – StNick

01. Nathan Catt09. Nic White
02. Jack Yeandle (c)10. Richie Mo'unga (k)
03. Harry Williams
04. Jake Ball11. Noa Nakaitaci
05. Juandre Kruger12. Stuart McCloskey
06. Brad Shields13. Francis Saili
07. Marcell Coetzee14. Olly Woodburn
08. Fritz Lee15. Maxime Medard
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Subs: 16. Thomas Domingo, 17. Tom Youngs, 18. Ben Tameifuna, 19. Glen Young, 20. Dave Ewers, 21. Chris Cook, 22. Colin Slade, 23. James Lowe

Offloading in the tackle: Moving the point of attack preventing a defence to set and keeping play fluid.
First phase attack/strike moves: Will look to break the defence, with either a bust through or a clever move to create a gap.

Breakdown - Slowing up ball: The defenders can get over the ball to slow it up and prevent the attack from building momentum and allowing your defence to set.
Chop Tackle: Tacklers look to get low and chop down attackers before gaining momentum or metres over the gain line.


Cardiff Blues

01. Rhys Gill09. Tomos Williams
02. Matthew Rees (c)10. Steve Shingler
03. Scott Andrews
04. George Earle11. Rhun Williams
05. Jarrad Hoeata12. Willis Halaholo
06. Macauley Cook 13. Rey Lee-Lo
07. Ellis Jenkins14. Blaine Scully
08. Nick Williams15. Matthew Morgan
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Replacements: 16 Kris Dacey, 17 Brad Thyer, 18 Dillon, Lewis, 19 James Down, 20 Seb Davies, 21 Lewis Jones , 22 Jarrod Evans, 23 Dan Fish



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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by ChequeredJersey on Mon 07 Nov 2016, 12:40 pm

Bristol Team 
Manager: CJ

01. Loni Uhila09. Ben Spencer
02. Rob Buchanan10. Rhys Patchell (k)
03. Mike Ross
04. Sam Carter11. Rene Ranger (c)
05. Kearnan Myall12. Kyle Godwin
06. Mitch Eadie13. Nick Tompkins
07. Judicaël Cancoriet 14. Digby Ioane
08. Carl Fearns15. Jesse Mogg
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16. Tom West 17. Richardt Strauss  18. James Johnston 19. Sam Twomey 20  Max Deegan, 21. Dave Lewis (loan from Falcons) 22. Callum Sheedy 23. Sam Apsland-Robinson

Tactics:

Attributes:

Attacking:
1) Breakdown - Clearing: Ensuring the possession is clean and quick with quick support to the breakdown
2)  Phase Attack: Attacks build momentum until an opportunity arises. 
Defending:
1) Breakdown - Slowing up ball: The defenders can get over the ball to slow it up and prevent the attack from building momentum and allowing your defence to set. 
2) Breakdown - Organised Ruck defence: with guards and body guards set, allowing the rest of the line to set off them.

Tactics


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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by Sgt_Pooly on Tue 08 Nov 2016, 6:13 am

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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by Fluxy on Tue 08 Nov 2016, 9:01 am

Conditions updated OK

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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by dammit_chris on Tue 08 Nov 2016, 11:00 am

Northampton Saints
Manager: Dammit Chris

01. Logi Mulipola09. Cobus Reinarch
02. Schalk Brits10. Patricio Fernandez (k)
03. Jake Cooper-Wooley
04. Paul Jedrasiak11. Matt Banahan
05. Vaea Fifita12. Harry Mallinder
06. Luke Wallace(c)13. Tyler Morgan
07. James Davies14. Paolo Odogwu
08. Dan du Preez 15. Ben Foden
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Replacements
16. Ashley Johnson 17. David Kilcoyne 18. Conan O'Donnell 19. Michael Paterson 20. Ollie Griffiths 21. Jamie Shillcock 22. Matt Giteau 23. Owen Watkin

Mat - not doing tactics mate.


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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by Sgt_Pooly on Tue 08 Nov 2016, 2:45 pm

Happy with no tactics Bam?

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Post by Sgt_Pooly on Tue 08 Nov 2016, 2:50 pm

Saracens
Manager – Pooly

01. Simon McIntyre09. Lee Dickson
02. Richard Hibbard10. Tom Taylor
03. Paul Hill
04. Marcos Kremer 11. Teddy Thomas
05. Geoff Parling12. Ollie Devoto
06. Akira Ioane13. Robbie Fruen
07. Will Fraser14. Hosea Gear
08. Dave Denton15. Delon Armitage
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16. Richard Hibbard 17. Alex Waller 18. Ben Franks 19. Ed Slater 20. Sam Underhill 21. Lee Dickson 22. Nathan Earle 23. Sonny Bill Williams

Tactics:

Defensive:

Blitz Defence - Get in the face of the opposition and allow them very little time on the ball.

Breakdown - Turnover possession: Your side is recognised to pick off turnovers at the breakdown, by getting the ball and gaining the penalty

Attacking:

Territorial Kicking: Looking to pin back sides and kick for open spaces or touch

Offloading in the tackle: Moving the point of attack preventing a defence to set and keeping play fluid

Ollie Devoto to cover 10.

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Post by stnick88 on Tue 08 Nov 2016, 3:04 pm

Exeter Chiefs
Manager – StNick

01. Nathan Catt09. Nic White
02. Jack Yeandle (c)10. Richie Mo'unga (k)
03. Harry Williams
04. Jake Ball11. Noa Nakaitaci
05. Juandre Kruger12. Stuart McCloskey
06. Brad Shields13. Francis Saili
07. Marcell Coetzee14. Olly Woodburn
08. Fritz Lee15. Maxime Medard
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Subs: 16. Thomas Domingo, 17. Tom Youngs, 18. Ben Tameifuna, 19. Glen Young, 20. Dave Ewers, 21. Chris Cook, 22. Colin Slade, 23. James Lowe

Offloading in the tackle: Moving the point of attack preventing a defence to set and keeping play fluid.
First phase attack/strike moves: Will look to break the defence, with either a bust through or a clever move to create a gap.

Breakdown - Slowing up ball: The defenders can get over the ball to slow it up and prevent the attack from building momentum and allowing your defence to set.
Chop Tackle: Tacklers look to get low and chop down attackers before gaining momentum or metres over the gain line.


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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by BamBam on Tue 08 Nov 2016, 3:11 pm

Fine with no tactics Pooly

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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by SirJohnnyEnglish on Tue 08 Nov 2016, 4:56 pm

Sale Sharks
Manager – SJE

01. Tau Koloamatangi 09. James Mitchell
02. Julien Marchand10. Curwin Bosch
03. Atu Moli
04. Matt Garvey11. Tevita Li
05. Christian Day12. Jonathan Danty
06. Issac Curtis Hariss13. Joe Marchant
07. Lewis Ludlam14. Ratu Joe Cokanasiga
08. Rob Leota15. Shaun Stevenson
Subs:
16. Benjamin Kayser 17. Ross Harrison 18. Martin Moore 19. Iain Henderson 20. Will Allman 21. Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi 22. Otere Black 23. Jacob Stockdale


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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by prop_lyd on Wed 09 Nov 2016, 8:53 am

Worcester Warriors
Manager - Prop

01. Val Ruskin09. Rory Kockott
02. Ross Batty10. Owen Williams (k)
03. WP Nel
04. Tom Savage11. Adam Thompstone
05. Kieran Tredwell12. Cory Allen
06. Jordan Taufua13. Huw Jones
07. George Smith ©14. James Short
08. Warren Whiteley/Jackson Wray15. Brice Dulin
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16. Jack Walker 17. Billy Keast 18. Henry Thomas 19. Adam Beard 20. Mike Williams 21. Sam Harrison 22. Sam Olver 23. NMS
Season's Attributes-
Offloading in the Tackle
Breakdown (Turnovers)
Blitz Defence
Choke Tackle

*Looking to use the balance of back row to disrupt opposition ball and have strong carries off of 10 and 12.
*Mix up first receivers to keep them guessing.
*Heads up rugby with strike moves when on with wingers coming off their wing and Dulin looking to run onto offloads.
*Bench to make an impact with pace for the backs and 'dog' in the forwards.
*Allen to lead the defence with one of back 5 alongside Williams in the 10 channel to implement the choke tackle.
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Post by BamBam on Wed 09 Nov 2016, 11:17 am

Newcastle Falcons
Manager – Bambam

01. Alec Hepburn09. Will Chudley
02. George McGuigan   10. Ian Madigan
03. Davit Kubriashvili
04. Flip Van Der Merwe11. Luke Morahan
05. Matt Symons12. Vince Aso
06. Callum Clark13. Michele Campagnaro
07. Will Evans14. Zac Kibirige
08. Jordi Murphy 15. Rob Miller
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16.Ricky Riccitelli 17.Nic Auterac 18. Dillon Lewis 19. Rory Thornton 20. Ellis Jenkins 21. Sam Hidalgo Clyne 22. Sam James 23. Gabriel Ibitoye

Attributes
Counter Attacking: Receiving the ball down field, your players will look to attack with ball in hand, thriving in the broken field and open spaces.
Phase Attack: Attacks build momentum until an opportunity arises.
Breakdown: Slowing up ball: The defenders can get over the ball to slow it up and prevent the attack from building momentum and allowing your defence to set.
Blitz Defence: Your side is known for Blitz and excels at it


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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by Fluxy on Wed 09 Nov 2016, 5:17 pm

Leicester Tigers name a virtually unchanged game, from their enthralling 27 all draw last week against Bath. 
Ben Teo's involvement with England has forced Director of Rugby Fluxy to call up Billy Twelvetrees to the starting XV and Kurtley Beale supplanting Twevletrees spot on the bench. 



Leicester Tigers
Manager – Fluxy

01. Max Lahiff09. Antoine Dupont
02. Dave Ward10. Freddie Burns (k)
03. Brian Mujati
04. Pascal Pape (c)11. Henry Purdy
05. Stan South12. Billy Twelvetrees
06. Sam Jones13. Damien Penaud
07. Hienrich Brussow14. Drew Mitchell
08. Calum Chick15. Jack Maddocks
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Subs: 16. Neale Farthing 17. Hika Elliott 18. Lasha Tibadze 19. Tom Wells 20. Don Armand 21. Micky Young 22. James Lang 23. Kurtley Beale

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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by BamBam on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 11:15 am

Swapped Anscombe out for Madigan as he's been named on the Wales bench

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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by ChequeredJersey on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 11:16 am

I've given Kilcoyne to chris, so swapped in Uhila, is that ok?
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Post by ChequeredJersey on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 11:17 am

I've given Kilcoyne to chris, so swapped in Uhila, is that ok?
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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by pullthestrings on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 2:19 pm

Sorry for the delay, was waiting for international team sheets to come out.

Wasps
Manager - Pullthestrings

01. Marcos Ayerza09. Sebastian Tillous Borde
02. Bismark Du Plessis10. Nick Evans (k)
03. Dave Wilson
04. Ruan Botha11. Bryan Habana
05. Jim Hamilton12. Brad Barritt (c)
06. Tom Wood13. Henry Slade
07. Fulgence Quedraogo14. Anthony Watson
08. Jerome Kaino15. Tim Nanai-Williams
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16. Tatafu Polota Nau, 17. Ben Moon, 18. Thomas Du Toit, 19. Andrew Kitchener, 20. Sean O'Brien, 21. Mitchell Drummound, 22. Luther Burrell, 23. Marland Yarde


Tactics
Attack:
- Good athleticism in the pack. Looking for them to be mobile and get around the park, ensuring good numbers at every breakdown to give clean ball
- Mix up forward runners off 9 and 10 to give go forward and tie in defence. When space opens up, go wide and utilise pace of back three.
Defence:
- Ensure guards and body guards at every breakdown, no gaps in midfield.
- Good line speed to put pressure on their handling and ability to go round our blitz defence


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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by BamBam on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 2:24 pm

Updated again to take out JOD and Marshall

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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by Guest on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 4:04 pm

1. Evans
2 LCD
3 Figallo
4 Stooke
5 Lavanini
6 Savea
7 Salvi
8 Dickinson
9 Robson
10 Carter
11 Amos
12 Toomua
13 Scott
14 Walker
15 Davies
16 Ousthuizen
17 gray
18 lamisotele
19 Croft
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22 Cipriani
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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by ChequeredJersey on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 5:09 pm

dammit_chris wrote:Northampton Saints
Manager: Dammit Chris

01. Logi Mulipola09. Cobus Reinarch
02. Schalk Brits10. Patricio Fernandez (k)
03. Jake Cooper-Wooley
04. Paul Jedrasiak11. Matt Banahan
05. Vaea Fifita12. Harry Mallinder
06. Luke Wallace(c)13. Tyler Morgan
07. James Davies14. Paolo Odogwu
08. Dan du Preez 15. Ben Foden
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Replacements
16. Ashley Johnson 17. David Kilcoyne 18. Conan O'Donnell 19. Michael Paterson 20. Ollie Griffiths 21. Jamie Shillcock 22. Matt Giteau 23. Owen Watkin

Mat - not doing tactics mate.

To my surprise, Kilcoyne on Ireland bench this week, wasn't expecting him in squad at all. Slipper however not in Aus squad, so if it's ok with Mat and Flux and you still need a LH for this week, I'm willing to let you have Slipper this week
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Post by ChequeredJersey on Thu 10 Nov 2016, 5:10 pm

Fotuali'i named for Samoa :/ I will put Spencer in, does anyone have a back up 9 I can borrow? Sorry
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Post by Fluxy on Fri 11 Nov 2016, 2:50 pm

Still waiting for sides from Steve and CJB, need them in by 1700. 

Also following changes to be made by 1700:

Bristol; Require a sub named, 21. 
Gloucester: Sam Davies named on the bench for Wales
Wasps: Vahaamahina on the bench for France
Worcester: which 8 is starting and Huw Jones is starting for Scotland

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Post by BamBam on Fri 11 Nov 2016, 2:51 pm

ChequeredJersey wrote:Fotuali'i named for Samoa :/ I will put Spencer in, does anyone have a back up 9 I can borrow? Sorry

You can have Dave Lewis

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Post by Steven_Sharks on Fri 11 Nov 2016, 4:04 pm

I'd have swore I put a side in. Definitely typed it out. Must not have sent.

1. Ethan Waller
2. Rob Webber
3. John Afoa
4. Will Witty
5. George Kruis (c)
6. Jack Clifford
7. Steffon Armitage
8. James Chisholm
9. Ruan Pienaar
10. Ihaia West
11. Joe Tomane
12. Stuart Olding
13. Bundee Aki
14. Keelan Giles
15. Mike Haley

16. Jack Singleton 17. Richard Barrington 18. Kieran Brookes 19. Lukhan Tui 20. Jean Luc Du Preez 21. Stuart Townsend 22. Steven Myler 23. Max Clark

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Post by prop_lyd on Fri 11 Nov 2016, 4:37 pm

Didn't expect Jones to start.

Whitely in Sa team so Wray and mark Bennett in for jones.
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Post by ChequeredJersey on Fri 11 Nov 2016, 6:50 pm

BamBam wrote:
ChequeredJersey wrote:Fotuali'i named for Samoa :/ I will put Spencer in, does anyone have a back up 9 I can borrow? Sorry

You can have Dave Lewis
Thanks Bam!
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Post by Guest on Fri 11 Nov 2016, 9:30 pm

Pollard for DAVIES who was not bench before

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Post by Guest on Fri 11 Nov 2016, 9:33 pm

Is DAVIES Welsh bench ?http://www.planetrugby.com/news/preview-wales-v-argentina-4/

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Post by Guest on Fri 11 Nov 2016, 9:34 pm

Chris fine re slipper

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Post by ChequeredJersey on Sat 12 Nov 2016, 3:08 am

Flux, I either have Dave Lewis at 21 or if that's not allowed despite Bam saying so, Andy Uren from my academy
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Post by prop_lyd on Sat 12 Nov 2016, 9:47 am

Anscombe's on the bench Matt, Davies not in named team
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Post by Fluxy on Sat 12 Nov 2016, 1:08 pm

prop_lyd wrote:Anscombe's on the bench Matt, Davies not in named team

Sorry Matt, I swear I had seen him in the side!

Just updating the page now.

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Post by Fluxy on Sat 12 Nov 2016, 1:18 pm

Predictions open until Tuesday 1200, because of my delay in opening them up. 

To me please, and remember if you do score only predictions, it's a one point margin. 

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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by dammit_chris on Sun 13 Nov 2016, 2:58 pm

ChequeredJersey wrote:
dammit_chris wrote:Northampton Saints
Manager: Dammit Chris

01. Logi Mulipola09. Cobus Reinarch
02. Schalk Brits10. Patricio Fernandez (k)
03. Jake Cooper-Wooley
04. Paul Jedrasiak11. Matt Banahan
05. Vaea Fifita12. Harry Mallinder
06. Luke Wallace(c)13. Tyler Morgan
07. James Davies14. Paolo Odogwu
08. Dan du Preez 15. Ben Foden
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16. Ashley Johnson 17. David Kilcoyne 18. Conan O'Donnell 19. Michael Paterson 20. Ollie Griffiths 21. Jamie Shillcock 22. Matt Giteau 23. Owen Watkin

Mat - not doing tactics mate.

To my surprise, Kilcoyne on Ireland bench this week, wasn't expecting him in squad at all. Slipper however not in Aus squad, so if it's ok with Mat and Flux and you still need a LH for this week, I'm willing to let you have Slipper this week

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Re: Anglo-Welsh Cup - Round Two

Post by Fluxy on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 10:45 pm

Anglo-Welsh Cup Round Two Results

Scarlets - 18
(T: DTH van der Merwe, Rawlins C: Patchell [x1] P: Patchell [x2])
Bath Rugby - 30
(T: Laulala, Hill, Skelton, Thorley C: Debrenczeni [x2] P: Debrenczeni [x2])

Ospreys - 18
(T: McCusker, Leonard C: Matavesi [x1] P: Matavesi [x2])
Harlequins - 35
(T: Kruis [2], Tomane, Brookes, Haley C: West [x2] P: West [x2])

Bristol Rugby - 27 
(T: Uhila, Buchanan, Strauss C: Patchell [x3] P: Patchell [x2])
Sale Sharks - 24
(T: Stevenson, Henderson C: Bosch [x1] P: Bosch [x4])

Saracens - 28 
(T: Hill, Freaun, Waller C: Taylor [x2] P: Taylor [x3])
Newcastle Falcons - 25
(T: Hepburn, Chudley, Thornton C: Madigan [x2] P: Madigan [x2])

Leicester Tigers - 34 
(T: Mitchell, Mujati, Ward, Purdy C: Burns [x1] P: Burns [x3] DG: Burns [x1])
Newport Gwent Dragons - 20
(T: Price, Dixon C: O'Brien [x2] P: O'Brien [x2])

Northampton Saints - 22 
(T: Brits, Reinach C: P: Fernandez [x4])
Gloucester Rugby - 27
(T: Figallo, Cipriani, Gray C: Carter [x3] P: Carter [x2])

Wasps - 26 
(T: Barritt, Kaino, Vahaamahina C: Preistland [x1] P: Preistland [x3])
Worcester Warriors - 25
(T: Treadwell, G Smith, Wray C: O Williams [x3] P: O Williams [x2])

Exeter Chiefs - 32
(T: Saili, Nakaitaci [2], Young C: Mo'unga [x3] P: Mo'unga [x3])
Cardiff Blues - 19
(T: Rh Williams, Gill, C: P: Shingler [x3])



Prediction Bonuses:
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CJ, Chris, Bam, Fluxy, Prop
Score: Steve, Nick, Pull
None: Pooly, CJB, Matt and SJE


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Post by Fluxy on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 10:46 pm

Scarlets 22 - 23 Bath Rugby

Scarlets 17 - 34 Bath Rugby
Skelton played for Aus so Matthews starts for Bath. He played well this week though and a powerful Bath pack has too much, even with Faletau hard to rate. Similarly, Scarlets can't play DTH as he starts for Canada. The Bath classy back 3 can tear apart Scarlets and with both sides a player down on the bench, Bath win

Scarlets 15-28 Bath Rugby
Bath pack will cause a lot of issues for Scarlets at the set piece giving their backline good ball. I'm assuming it's Alex Goode at f.b too?! Whilst Scarlets are pretty strong in the back line I think Bath will have too much pace and good ball for them.

Scarlets 14 - 37 Bath Rugby
Scarlets put out a weakened line up, and against a Bath side with a sprinkling of top quality international players, they'll come up well short of what is required, easy Bath win

Scarlets 20 - 21 Bath Rugby

Scarlets 23 - 35 Bath Rugby
Great attacking options for Bath to get good away win. 

Scarlets 16 - 17 Bath Rugby


Scarlets 20 - 25 Bath Rugby

Scarlets have been in good form and have some decent players here, however Bath do have too much for them come the end. Will be an entertaining game to watch, but Bath take the spoils

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Post by Fluxy on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 10:47 pm

Ospreys 9 - 45 Harlequins
Powerful Quins front row are dominant and the rest of teh pack full of class, esp with a backrow with 3 different types of quality carrying and excellence at the breakdown. Ospreys will get no ball, and the Quins backs play on the front foot all game, perfect for West and an exciting young backline

Ospreys 20 - 28 Harlequins
Two solid packs but Quins have a bit more international quality to pull them through. The control of Pienaar will really help Quins here. Guessing Quins are one short on the bench with Giles in the O's squad? The centres Quins have on show will be too much for what is the O's first team partnership.

Ospreys 17 - 27 Harlequins
Quins have got far too much quality throughout the side for another weakened Welsh region. Only Giles being on both teams and Quins being a man short keeps this from being a bigger score

Ospreys 22 - 23 Harlequins

Ospreys 19 - 38 Harlequins
Far too strong and can see Quins walking this.

Ospreys 21 - 22 Harlequins

Ospreys 18 - 38 Harlequins
Similar story to the Bath game, but Quins are a step up in quality, with the lads they available, they will blow away a decent Ospreys team at home.

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Post by Fluxy on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 10:48 pm

Bristol Rugby 25 - 24 Sale Shark

Bristol Rugby 24 - 22 Sale Sharks
Bristol will challenge Sale at the set piece and the breakdown will be a great battle between the youngsters of Sale and experience of Bristol. Out wide I feel that Bristol have more to give with a solid centre pairing and sneak a win here.

Bristol Rugby 27 - 20 Sale Sharks
A strong Bristol pack will really put the squeeze on a green looking Sale forward lineup. Plenty of explosive talent in the Sale backline, but Bristol have a lot more control and enough pace and power to get home for a solid win

Bristol Rugby 29 - 28 Sale Sharks


Bristol Rugby 23 - 18 Sale Sharks
Sale playing more youngsters and the strength of the home side will come through. 

Bristol Rugby 18 - 17 Sale Sharks

Bristol Rugby 24 - 22 Sale Sharks 
Bristol have been on the up as of late and can see the trend continuing here against the Premiership holders. Sharks have a handy side out, however the hard graft and unity of the Bristol pack will see them through for a big home victory.

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Post by Fluxy on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 10:50 pm

Saracens 22 - 21 Newcastle Falcons

Saracens 26 - 25 Newcastle Falcons
Reckon scrum and lineout are close. Backrow battle is exciting, Fraser hard to rate but I like him and Ioane looks great with Denton so hot and cold vs Murphy, whom I didn't like but was great last week pre injury, the young but promising Evans and the straight fprward Clark. Very hard to call but I think I'd expect Saracens to edge the carrying battle but Falcons the breakdown today, but could go in reverse potentially! Think Saracens may have a bit more control but less flair in teh backs. Can't call this one, really, just give it to the home side

Saracens 18 - 21 Newcastle Falcons
Two very strong packs on show here today and Sarries slip up slightly by naming Hibbard twice leaving them short on the bench of front row cover. Half backs to Sarries with the backlines for both teams pretty solid. Dickson also named twice for Sarries and it's having two men short on the bench which sees them struggle.

Saracens 26 - 25 Newcastle Falcons


Saracens 22 - 20 Newcastle Falcons
Close game but bit more in the backline for Sarries but pack battle very good. 

Saracens 34 - 33 Newcastle Falcons

Saracens 24 - 23 Newcastle Falcons
Toughest game of the round to split, and it understandable with the quality both sides have on display. The power from the Saracens pack and then the forward bench is just what is required to bludgeon their way to victory against a spirited Falcons sides.

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Leicester Tigers 24 - 23 Newport Gwent Dragons


Leicester Tigers 39 - 12 Newport Gwent Dragons
Leicester ahead at prop and flanker and gives them a nice ride at the breakdown and scrum despite starting a few younger players. Their halfbacks are in good form and they have attacking players to bring off the bench and cruise


Leicester Tigers 32 - 16 Newport Gwent Dragons
Tigers too strong and their front 5 will rip the Dragons a new one.

Leicester Tigers 30 - 19  Newport Gwent Dragons
Dragons less affected by international call ups than the other Welsh sides, and have a few talented youngsters, but just can't see them competing with even a reserve Leicester pack. Once the ball goes to the backs, its a bit of a mismatch, and Tigers win comfortably

Leicester Tigers 26 - 25 Newport Gwent Dragons


Leicester Tigers 35 - 20 Newport Gwent Dragons
Home side a lot stronger. 

Leicester Tigers 25 - 24 Newport Gwent Dragons

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Northampton Saints 17 - 18 Gloucester Rugby

Northampton Saints 27 - 28 Gloucester Rugby
Top class scrum battle between good front rows, and young dynamic secodn rows who help the scrum but I think are both not the primary callers for the lineout for either side. I may be wrong. I think Gloucester edge the lineout, and maybe just the scrum by a slither.  Saints take the breakdown, and the packs are dynamic around the pitch for both sides but Saints edge that too. Love the young centre combo from Saints, and rate Fernandez but Robson-Carter-Toomua is a strong axis and with 2 strong benches for this competition, I think Gloucester have just done enough to win away

Northampton Saints 24 - 27 Gloucester Rugby
Very solid pack battle with nothing really between them. Half backs a step up for Glos and centre battle will be interesting. Not a lot out wide between the teams and think it's just the extra quality at 9 and 10 that get Glos across the line.

Northampton Saints 20 - 24 Gloucester Rugby
Packs pretty even, tough to see either side getting much of an advantage. Different behind the pack, with Glos going close to full strength, and the extra quality will see them win


Northampton Saints 28 - 29 Gloucester Rugby


Northampton Saints 15 - 16 Gloucester Rugby

Northampton Saints 20 - 22 Gloucester Rugby
This game is really quite close, but there is a little more to split both sides here, the quality and experience in the key decision making positions for Gloucester makes the difference to clinch the win.

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Wasps 20 - 20 Worcester Warriors

Wasps 24 - 27 Worcester Warriors
Great front rows out, hard to call that battle. Unsure Kaino at 8. Wasps more establsihed at second row and Worcester a little bit more at backrow but Wasps have quality there. 2 balanced backlines, it's another tight match, decided by Worcester's tactics


Wasps 29 - 27 Worcester Warriors
Both sides gone with pretty strong packs, think the front rows are well matched, Wasps stronger in the back 5 of the pack. Tough to split them behind the scrum too, in the end this goes with home advantage

Wasps 25 - 24 Worcester Warriors

Wasps 25 - 22 Worcester Warriors
Really like the wasps team over the AIs some great strength in depth and good options in the backs.


Wasps 25 - 25 Worcester Warriors 

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Exeter Chiefs 21 - 20 Cardiff Blues


Exeter Chiefs 30 - 20 Cardiff Blues
Cardiff the strongest Welsh side out there this week but outside of a hard scrum battle, Exeter just have more in teh pack, especially in a quality backrow which works very well. With power in teh centres and creativity at 9-10 and fast finishers, Exeter have too much

Exeter Chiefs 30 - 19 Cardiff Blues
Chiefs can cause the Blues some set piece issues giving better ball for their backline. Bench gets Chiefs over the bonus point line here.


Exeter Chiefs 33 - 20 Cardiff Blues
Exeter's pack will dominate the collisions with a very physical unit. From there, the midfield get on the front foot with the likes of McCloskey, and they'll pull away late on to win at home

Exeter Chiefs 32 - 12 Cardiff Blues 
Routine win.

Exeter Chiefs 19 - 20 Cardiff Blues

Exeter Chiefs 35 - 19 Cardiff Blues

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Post by Fluxy on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 10:57 pm

I realise there are a few indiscretions regarding some ineligible players this weekend. Will tidy up tomorrow morning.

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Post by Fluxy on Wed 16 Nov 2016, 10:08 am

Guys I have taken a view on the ineligible players selected this weekend. I will waive it for the first two rounds of the Anglo Welsh, as it has been quite hectic. However, as the AP is on this weekend, full enforcement will be in place.

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