DKTV: Latu Makaafi pre-Rotherham

Latu Makaafi is enjoying another fine campaign with the Knights, currently sitting top of the Greene King IPA Championship try-scoring charts having touched down 13 times in the league already this season.

The former Titan is hoping to make an impact from the bench this Sunday as he faces his former teammates in the derby game at Castle Park. Speaking to DKTV earlier in the week Latu stated how the derby is always a special game and that the Knights need to bounce back from last weekend’s disappointment versus Jersey.

Derby day squad announced.

The twenty-two charged with toppling the old enemy on Sunday has been named.

The Knights take on Rotherham this Sunday at Castle Park in a game televised live on Sky Sports One. Clive Griffiths and the Knights coaching staff name a familiar looking starting XV with just three changes to the side that lost out to Jersey last weekend in the British and Irish Cup

Andy Bulumakau is rewarded for his Man of the Match performance last weekend by retaining his place in midfield though he shifts to inside centre with Mat Clark in the thirteen jersey. Will Hurrell returns to the starting line up on the wing in place of Tyson Lewis in an otherwise unchanged back division

Upfront Jon Phelan switches with countryman Tyler Hotson in the second row and Alex Shaw gets the nod at blindside flanker with Latu Makaafi included among the replacements.

Kick off on Sunday is 15:15 and tickets are on sale at Castle Park until 5pm today and from 10am-3pm tomorrow or by calling 01302 831388.

Knights XV
15 Paul Jarvis, 14 Dougie Flockhart, 13 Mat Clark, 12 Andy Bulumakau, 11 Will Hurrell, 10 Dec Cusack, 9 Michael Heaney, 1 Richard List, 2 Ben Hunter, 3 Colin Quigley, 4 Matt Challinor, 5 Jon Phelan, 6 Alex Shaw, 7 Michael Hills ©, 8 Ollie Stedman

Replacements; 16 Vili Veikoso, 17 Joe Sproston, 18 WillGriff John, 19 Tyler Hotson, 20 Latu Makaafi, 21 Simon Humberstone, 22 Brad Field.

Titans XV
15 Sean Scanlon, 14 Michael Keating, 13 Jordan Davies, 12 Joe Barker, 11 Jack Hayes, 10 Ross Jones, 9 Luke Carter, 1 Robin Hislop, 2 Darran Harris, 3 Mark Tampin, 4 Tom Holmes (Capt.), 5 Adam Sinclair, 6 George Oram, 7 Tom Calladine, 8 Max Argyle.

Replacements: 16 Charlie Maddison, 17 Toby Williams, 18 Lewis Thiede, 19 Tim Cree, 20 Willie Ryan, 21 Lloyd Hayes, 22 James McKinney.

Referee: Andrew Jackson (RFU)

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Knights to feature in Sky Sports Yorkshire double-header

Knights to take part in televised showcase double header.

For the first time since the Championship competition began in 2009, Sky Sports will broadcast two league fixtures back-to-back involving the division’s current top four teams. The Knights fixture versus Bristol will kick-start the double-header on the revised date of Easter Sunday (March 27th), kick off at 1.45pm. This will be followed by Yorkshire Carnegie hosting Bedford Blues in a battle between the current third and fourth placed teams, kick off 4pm.

Castle Park will be showing the Yorkshire vs Bedford clash live with a range of refreshments available. All tickets and packages booked for the original fixture date, March 26th, are still valid for the revised date and we hope that the alteration causes minimal disruption to all fans.

Commenting on the fixtures, Head of Rugby Union at Sky Sports Gus Williamson said: “We’re delighted to broadcast this Greene King IPA Championship Yorkshire double-header on Easter Sunday, traditionally a very busy weekend for watching sport. With all four of the teams that currently occupy the play-off positions in action, it’ll be a great opportunity to showcase the competition.

“I’d like to thank the clubs for their cooperation, and particularly to Doncaster for moving the fixture from Saturday to accommodate Sky Sports, on what will surely be a fantastic day of Championship rugby”

Knights CEO David Ryall added. “The Club is excited to be vying for a playoff position this season and it’s great for Yorkshire that two of the three Yorkshire based Championship Clubs are sitting at the top of the table.

“We’re delighted to be one of the host Clubs for this showcase feature, a first in the competition’s history.”

Sunday March 27
Doncaster Knights v Bristol Rugby, kick-off 1.45pm
Yorkshire Carnegie v Bedford Blues, kick-off 4pm

Tickets for the fixture are available now by calling 01302 831388.

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DKTV: Kendo interview.

The Knights fell to their first defeat in over three months last Saturday as Jersey scored an 80th minute try to steal victory at Castle Park.

Reflecting on the game, a typically tight-lipped, Glen Kenworthy admitted that the players and staff were disappointed with the result but that this Sunday presented the perfect opportunity to put it right in the derby game with Rotherham.

TOSSERS Lunch tickets on sale.

Greetings TOSSERS, our first lunch of 2016 takes place this Sunday, January 31st, as our valiant Knights do battle against the Rotters of Rotherham.

Let the battle cry from all TOSSERS go out to our heroes – No challenge too great! As the Knights take to the field in front of the eyes of the nation (SKY) in what is widely regarded as rugby’s fiercest derby clash…

The menu will consist of Castle Park’s signature cuisine, Cow Pie with chips and mushy peas followed by cheese and biscuits. The price for this feast is £14 which includes a match day programme (not including match day ticket) and I would like you all to be there at 12.00 for 12.30 start.

I am delighted to say that the demand for tickets has been very high and if you are hoping to come but have not yet booked a place please do so as soon as possible.

Tickets are now on sale now and can be purchased by calling Rachael 01302 831388 opt 2.


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Last minute score ends unbeaten run

Doncaster Knights 19-24 Jersey

An 80th minute score from Samoan international centre Tua Otto was enough to see Jersey put an end to the Knights 12-game unbeaten run. The victory meant the Islanders qualify for the knock out stage of this year’s British and Irish Cup however the losing bonus point was enough to secure the Pool 5 top spot for the Knights.

It was the fourth time the two sides had met this season, the Knights took the first league fixture back in September before back to back draws on the Island and it was another typically close encounter. There was little to report on in the opening forty minutes with sides playing somewhat cautiously; the two packs locking horns at regular intervals. In the face of some peculiar officiating the Knights pack came under scrutiny at scrum time and despite regular complaints from Richard List and Colin Quigley about some of the tactics employed by the visitors referee Michael Hudson awarded several penalties against the Doncaster forwards.

Eventually a set piece decision went the Knights way and Dougie Flockhart took the opportunity to open the scoring with a well struck penalty however Brendan Cope cancelled the effort out on 18 minutes with a penalty of his own. This concluded the first half scoring and attacking threats were few and far between. Doncaster probably created the better of the limited opportunities, a clever blindside switch by Michael Heaney post line out put Dougie Flockhart in motion, the winger chipped ahead but Paul Jarvis could not quite make up the necessary ground on centre Mark Cooke who was able to ground the ball in his own goal area. Arguably the best opportunity of the first half fell to Tyson Lewis following a nice set move, the winger took an inside line off Dec Cusack to burst clear, Flockhart was chasing hard in support but at full tilt Lewis saw his pass drop a long way wide of its intended target.

As the first half drew to a close scrum half Heaney was subject to a cynical offside challenge from Tua Otto following a tapped penalty. The centre was shown a yellow card for the indiscretion and with a man advantage the Knights ended the opening period in the ascendancy, this could not translated into points however.

Thankfully, the second half saw the clash open up somewhat and it was the Knights who came out firing. A mistake at the base of a Jersey scrum saw the ball spurt out and scrum half Heaney was quickest to collect, the former Ulster man promptly spun possession wide where Andy Bulumakau carried to within a meter of the try line. At the subsequent breakdown Heaney dummied before going alone and was able to dart through a half gap and touch down for the game’s first try. Flockhart added the extras, 10-3. Heaney may well have scored again moments later but as the number nine broke play was brought back as Dec Cusack was judged to have placed a foot in touch before releasing an inside pass to his fellow half back. Momentum remained with the Knights and following back to back penalties Flockhart decided to have a go at goal and made no mistake to open up a ten point advantage as Otto returned from the sin bin.

The Jersey response was swift and they quickly registered their first try of the afternoon. Purposeful carrying moved the Islanders downfield and with the Knights defence scurrying backwards the visiting back row produced a trio of clever offloads which resulted in Captain Pierce Phillips going over from short range. Cope put over the extras, 13-10.

Dougie added his third penalty of the day just five minutes later, only for Jersey to take the lead for the first time in the game with quarter of an hour to play. A driving line out in the Knights 22m was initially repelled by the home pack but patient work saw Gary Graham finish off a well-constructed rolling maul and Cope added the extras.

From the restart the Knights re-established their advantage as possession was spilled by the visitors and the home pack produced a surging drive to force a scrum penalty which was dispatched by Flockhart. 19-17 with just under ten minutes remaining.

The final moments of the game belonged to the Islanders who flooded forward with gusto. Good defensive work from replacement Si Humberstone and Paul Jarvis prevented Tua Otto from crossing with three minutes left but it was Otto who would have the final say. After a long driving lineout from outside the Knights 22m Jersey brought the ball in field and the centre, who had been so influential throughout the game, hit a nice line to cross the white wash. Cope slotted the extras to take the score to 19-24 and with the referee Hudson ended the game.

Final standing:

1. Leinster A – 29pts (top of pool 1)

2. Yorkshire Carnegie – 26 (top of pool 3)

3. Bedford Blues – 19 (top of pool 2)

4. Cornish Pirates – 23 (top of pool 4)

5. Doncaster – 22 (top of pool 5)

6. Jersey – 21 (2nd in pool 5)

7. London Scottish – 20 (2nd in pool 3)

8. Moseley – 20 (2nd in pool 1)

The quarter-final pairings will be confirmed by the Organising Committee during the first week of February. Games will take place over the weekend on Friday 11th to Sunday 13th of March. The semi-final draw will also take place at the start of February with games to be played on the weekend of Friday 18th to Sunday 20th of March.

Doncaster Knights: 15) Paul Jarvis, 14) Dougie Flockhart, 13) Andy Bulumakau, 12) Mat Clark, 11) Tyson Lewis, 10) Dec Cusack (Simon Humberstone 68), 9) Heaney, 1) Richard List (Tiziano Pasquali 68), 2) Ben Hunter (Vili Veikoso 65), Colin Quigley (Joe Sprotson 68), Matt Challinor, Tyler Hotson (Jon Phelan 65’), Latu Makaafi, Michael Hills (c), Ollie Stedman (Alex Shaw 65).

Tries: Heaney 42’

Conv: Flockhart 42’

Pens: Flockhart 7’, 49’, 59’, 70’

Jersey: 15) Ross Adair, 14) Tom Howe, 13) Tua Otto, 12) Mark Cooke, 11) Rich Lane, 10) Brendan Cope (Rory Jennings 77), 9) Sami Fisilau (Jack Moates 61), 1) Sam Lockwood (Ignacio Lancuba 68), 2) Nick Selway (Martin Garcia-Veiga 50), 3) Oliver Tomaszczyk (Simon Kerrod 46), 4) Pierce Phillips (c), 5) Will Rowlands (Uili Kolo’ofa’i 61), 6) James Freeman (Alex Rae 45), 7) Gary Graham, 8) Nick Haining.
Tries: Phillips 52’, Graham 64’, Otto 80’

Conv: Cope 52’, 64’, Jennings 80’

Pens: Cope 18’

Sin bin; Otto

Referee: Michael Hudson (RFU)

Attendance: 1,386
Image by Peter Eccles

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Mini Junior section appoint new Chairman

We are delighted to announce that Tony Houlihan has been appointed as Chairman to the DRFC Mini Junior section.

Tony, whose son plays in the DRFC Under 12s, is already heavily involved in rugby at Castle Park as his business, Twenty-Four IT Services, are the Knights principle shirt sponsor for the 2015/16 season and we are delighted he is going to now take an active role with the Mini Juniors.

Tony will be replacing John Steadman in the post. John has been Chairman to the Mini Juniors for a number of years and has also volunteered as a junior and colts coach. John will continue his role as Director of Community Rugby at Castle Park.

DRFC would like to take this opportunity to thank John for all his years of hard work as Chairman and wish Tony every success in the role.

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Knights side named for Cup decider.

The squad to face Jersey in the fourth and, potentially, final contest between the two sides has been announced as the Knights lock horns with the Islanders in a bid to secure the Pool 5 top spot in this season’s British & Irish Cup.

The Knights currently hold a four point advantage at the top of Pool 5 and are the second overall seed in the competition but that could all change tomorrow.

The coaching staff have named a typically strong side for the Castle Park encounter which sees a number of changes from last week’s triumph over Connacht Eagles. Paul Jarvis retains his shirt at full back but is the only back to do so, in midfield Andy Bulumakau starts outside Mat Clark with a familiar wing pairing of Dougie Flockhart and Tyson Lewis. Michael Heaney and Dec Cusack are both promoted from the bench to start at nine and ten respectively.

Upfront it is the usual suspects with Messrs List, Hunter and Quigley comprising the front row, Matt Challinor and Tyler Hotson start at lock and Ollie Stedman returns from head injury protocol at number eight. Former Jersey man Latu Makaafi and Skipper Michael Hills complete the XV on the flanks.

On the bench we welcome Tiziano Pasquali back from Welford Road on dual-registration with Vili Veikoso and Joe Sproston also covering front row. Jon Phelan and Alex Shaw take their places amongst the replacements with Simon Humberstone and Brad Field also hoping to make an impact from the bench.

Kick off tomorrow is at 14:00.

Knights XV; 15) Paul Jarvis, 14) Dougie Flockhart, 13) Andy Bulumakau, 12) Mat Clark, 11) Tyson Lewis, 10) Dec Cusack, 9) Michael Heaney, 1) Rich List, 2) Ben Hunter, 3) Colin Quigley, 4) Matt Challinor, 5) Tyler Hotson, 6) Latu Makaafi, 7) Michael Hills ©, 8) Ollie Stedman.

Replacements; 16) Vili Veikoso, 17) Joe Sproston, 18) Tiziano Pasquali, 19) Jon Phelan, 20) Alex Shaw, 21) Simon Humberstone, 22) Brad Field.



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Knights take top seed with resounding win.

Connacht Eagles 0 Doncaster Knights 40

The Knights named a markedly changed side to the one that had featured in round 13 of the Championship against Jersey for the penultimate pool clash of the British & Irish Cup. Competitive debuts were handed to Simon Humberstone and Joe Sproston and for the first time in his Knights career hooker Ben Hunter Captained the side.

In chilly conditions, although probably warmer than those back home, the Knights began brightly – aided by an early home error. The kick off was dropped allowing a platform to attack in the game’s opening minute and from a solid scrum the Donny backs did just that. Lively home defense prevented a score but gave up a penalty for offside that was put to touch by Humberstone. As has been the case so often this season the Knights lineout functioned with aplomb and leading try-scorer Latu Makaafi barged over for the opening score. Humberstone successful navigated a tricky conversion through the uprights 0-7.

The hosts hit back with some nice play of their own as scrum half Conor Lowndes spotted a gap downfield and harried Paul Jarvis into touch down in the Knights 22m. From the resulting lineout the Eagles set about the Knights line but were again met by some fierce defending and having spun the ball from touch line to touch line and generated several phases the hosts punted possession away.

Doncaster’s second score followed soon after, Mat Clark fielded a kick deep in his own half and returned it with interest. The winger ghosted his way through the defensive line before handing on to Andy Bulumakau who put his foot down and would not be stopped, Humberstone was off target this time but The Knights had a substantial lead with only quarter of an hour played.

The front row can take much of the credit for the third score, back to back scrum penalties resulted in Humberstone booting the forwards into fantastic range at the line out. The set piece, again, functioned without fault and the pack drove toward the Connacht try line, the hosts battled to stop the oncoming maul but the Knights did well to shift possession with Latu Makaafi breaking from the maul. He was supported by a number of bodies and Joe Sproston latched cleverly to collect crash through for a score on his first start. Humberstone’s conversion took the score to 0-19.

The hosts did create the odd opportunity but with every step found themselves confronted by lethal Doncaster defence which forced a number of errors, poor decisions and penalties out of the hosts. Having spent a significant period of time in their own 22m the Knights quickly turned defence into attack and from a ruck on half way Alex Shaw demonstrated good vision to charge through the centre of a midfield ruck. The number eight carried deep into the Connacht half before Sam Edgerley was able to catch him up and offer support, a well-released pass was collected by the scrum half who was never going to be caught with a clear run in to the line. That try secured the bonus point and Humberstone slotted the conversion to give the Knights a commanding 0-26 half time lead.

The rain and wind picked up notably for the second half and it did have an effect on the attacking flow of the game but the Knights continued to enjoy the upper hand. The piece was a continuous area of success and the Donny wide men got plenty of purchase with ball in hand. Despite this, the hosts definitely showed signs of improvement in the second stanza and had the Doncaster defence stretched following a break from Fionn Carr. The winger was able to get a pass out to Eoin McKeon before being tackled short but in the subsequent ruck Mat Clark was shown a yellow hard for hands in the ruck. Fly half Shane O’Leary put the penalty to touch but it came to nothing as the line out was put down and from the following scrum the Knights won a penalty.

As the hour mark arrived both sides made a number of changes and chances came at both ends. The hosts, arguably, enjoyed the better of possession but struggled for ideas in the face of a continually energetic Knights defence by contrast Doncaster were able to rip downfield at regular intervals and it wasn’t long much longer until they added to the score. Having only entered the field of play five minutes previous, Michael Hills dotted down for the fifth try of the game as he marshalled another powerful driving line out over the line. Simon Humberstone converted with what would be his final touch of the game.

The Knights saved their best till last with a final score ten minutes from time, Dec Cusack made a midfield break and interlinked with winger Mat Clark to carry the move forward. When the break was finally stopped quickly recycled ball was flung wide, a series of nice handling plays saw posession make it’s way to centre Bevon Armitage who capped off an impressive afternoon with a try. Cusack slotted the extras to make the final score 0-40.

In the dying second the Eagles looked to formulate a final attack but the Doncaster defence would not yield. The five point win sees the Knights now positioned as the number one seed in the British and Irish Cup with one round of Pool action remaining. Join us at Castle Park next Saturday as we welcome Jersey for the second time this season in the final round of the pool stages, kick off 2pm.

Starting XV; 15) Darragh Leader, 14) Ciarán Gaffney, 13) Cormac Brennan (Conor McKeon 57’), 12) Api Pewhairangi, 11) Fionn Carr (Ed O’Keefe 55’) , 10) Shane O’Leary, 9) Conor Lowndes (Stephen Kerins 57’), 1) Conan O’Donnell, 2) Shane Delahunt (c) (Dave Heffernan 57’), 3) Conor Kenny (Jacob Walshe 13’) (Matthew Cosgrove 73’), 4) Cillian Gallagher, 5) Danny Qualter, 6) Cian Romaine, 7) Rory Moloney, 8) Eoin McKeon (Marc Kelly 40’)

Replacements; 16) Dave Heffernan, 17) Jacob Walshe, 18) Marc Kelly, 19) Matthew Cosgrove, 20) Stephen Kerins, 21) Conor McKeon, 22) Ed O’Keeffe




Starting XV; 15) Paul Jarvis, 14) Mat Clark, 13) Andy Bulumakau, 12) Bevon Armitage, 11) Will Hurrell, 10) Simon Humberstone (Dec Cusack 67’), 9) Sam Edgerley (Michael Heaney 67’), 1) Joe Sproston (Riccardo Brugnara 61’), 2) Ben Hunter (Ted Stagg 61’), 3) WillGriff John, 4) Glen Young (Joe Maksymiw 34’), 5) Jon Phelan, 6) Latu Makaafi, 7) Will Owen (Michael Hills 61’), 8) Alex Shaw.

Replacements; 16) Riccardo Brugnara, 17) Colin Quigley, 18) Ted Stagg 19) Joe Maksymiw, 20) Michael Hills, 21) Michael Heaney, 22) Dec Cusack.

Try; Makaafi 4’, Bulumakau 15’, Sproston 25’, Edgerley 36’, Hills 67, Armitage 70’

Conv; Humberstone 5’, 25’, 36’, 67 & Cusack 70’


Sin bin; Mat Clark 49’


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Knights side named for Irish excursion.

The Knights select a much changed starting XV to the one that lined up in Jersey a fortnight ago.

Paul Jarvis is the only back to retain his shirt from the 17-17 draw on the island with Will Hurrell and Mat Clark shifting out on to the wings. Bevon Armitage and Andy Bulumakau link up in midfield for the first time since December’s victory over Newport Gwent Dragons Premiership Select XV. Simon Humberstone makes his long awaited first start for the club at fly-half with Sam Edgerley wearing number nine.

Upfront Ben Hunter captains the side and is accompanied by props WillGriff John and Joe Sproston in what will be Sproston’s first competitive start as a Knight. Dual-registered Newcastle Falcon Glen Young Partners Jon Phelan at lock. Latu Makaafi will hope to continue his remarkable try-scoring form on the blindside flank with Leicester Tigers youngster Will Own at open side. Alex Shaw shifts to number eight to complete the XV.

On the bench we welcome back Riccardo Brugnara who has enjoyed several spells at the club on dual-registration alongside another Tiger, lock forward, Joe Maksymiw who previous appeared for the Club in the pre-season win over Blaydon. Colin Quigley and Ted Stagg provide the rest of the front row cover with Michael Hills, Michael Heaney and Dec Cusack also included amongst the replacements.

Kick off tomorrow is at 1pm with comprehensive text updates available by following @DoncasterKnight on Twitter.

Starting XV; 15) Paul Jarvis, 14) Mat Clark, 13) Andy Bulumakau, 12) Bevon Armitage, 11) Will Hurrell, 10) Simon Humberstone, 9) Sam Edgerley, 1) Joe Sproston, 2) Ben Hunter ©, 3) WillGriff John, 4) Glen Young, 5) Jon Phelan, 6) Latu Makaafi, 7) Will Owen, 8) Alex Shaw.

Replacements; 16) Riccardo Brugnara, 17) Colin Quigley, 18) Ted Stagg 19) Joe Maksymiw, 20) Michael Hills, 21) Michael Heaney, 22) Dec Cusack.

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We’re in a good place at the moment & we want to stay there – Griff.

The Knights head to Ireland tomorrow for the penultimate pool clash of the 2015/16 British and Irish Cup versus Connacht Eagles.

Following two games over a congested festive period, the fixture list provided some much-needed respite last week with a free weekend. Clive and the coaching staff elected to give the squad a week of rest and recuperation and the boss believes it’s had a positive effect. “We’ve had an outstanding training week. The last time we had a week off we came back refreshed and it’s been the same again.

“The lads have had an extra spring in their step, we’ve got through a lot of aspects of play and work on the field so we go into the game well-prepared.

“I’m looking forward to seeing the boys play again, we don’t need to tell anyone how seriously we take this competition, we don’t see it any difference to a Championship game.

“Form is form, momentum is momentum & if you’ve got it in your back pocket then the likelihood is you’ll be successful.

“We’re in a good place at the moment and we want to stay there, we don’t want to slip up through complacency or a dip in form.”

The Knights currently sit top of British and Irish Cup Pool Five, and whilst mathematically it would not be guaranteed, a win would all but secure safe passage into the knock out stages of the Cup, however, in order to secure home berth in the knock out stages the Knights needs to secure as higher seeding as possible and that is where Clive is setting his stall. “I think 20 points should see us through to the top eight, however you do run the risk then of not finishing in the top four seeds and missing out on a home draw or indeed facing one of the top seeded teams in the quarters.

“Last year we were the top seeded team with six wins from six which meant that we got home draws in the quarter finals, then the semis and ultimately the final.

“We really want to finish in those top four places to get a home quarter final and then from there it is cup tie football and if you’re in it anything can happen, the underdog can wag it’s tail, we saw that last year when Bristol came up here.

Training number swelled slightly this week as a number of dual-registered Leicester Tigers joined up with the squad; including familiar face Riccardo Brugnara. Whilst selection will not be finalized until tomorrow Griff says there is a strong chance some of the Welford Road men could feature on Saturday. “The likelihood is that we’ll have old favourite Riccardo Brugnara as well as Joe Maksymiw and Will Owen in the match day squad.

“The team hasn’t been finalized yet but they have been training with us this week and there is a good chance they will figure in some shape or form.

“Bringing these guys in will give some of the others a well-earned rest, we have a couple of players carrying niggles so it’s an opportunity to let the young lads from Leicester step up and they’re damn good players so we won’t be weakening ourselves by including them at all.

“It’s been good to have the extra numbers at training, especially with what Kendo does with the forwards; the line out attack and defence and the live scrumming. It’s a big advantage to have the extra numbers and to be fair to the lads they don’t hang about, they get stuck straight in.”

Kick off on Saturday is at 13:00 and, as ever, live updates will be provided via


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