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Report | Tigers beaten heavily in rain at Sale

Leicester Tigers were beaten 36-3 as Marland Yarde claimed three of the five tries for Sale Sharks at the AJ Bell Stadium on Friday evening.

Sharks went into Round 11 with a won-five, lost-five record and sitting in third place in the table, and claimed three first-half tries to take a grip of proceedings on a windy and chilly evening in the North-West.

All three scores came in the closing 10 minutes of the half after Tigers had started with a Noel Reid penalty.

But, after being pushed back by a series of penalties, and with skipper Dan Cole yellow-carded, Tigers conceded scores from Bryn Evans, Yarde and Coenie Oosthuizen before the break.

Playing into the wind in the second half, it was always going to be tough against a Sharks side with one of the best defensive records in the country.

Tigers also lost Noel Reid to the sin bin and then Yarde added the bonus-point try and another for good measure.

Sharks included England flanker Mark Wilson for his first start in a season’s loan from Newcastle, and there was a late call-up for wing Denny Solomona when Chris Ashton was withdrawn during the warm-up.

Tigers were without their five England players as well as the injured Ben White, Sione Kalamafoni and Jordan Taufua as they got the game started and had points on the board as Reid kicked the opening points with just four minutes played.

They defended the lead with some strong work across the halfway line, with Tomás Lavanini and Jaco Taute prominent until the South African left the field with a shoulder injury, giving Johnny McPhillips his Premiership debut off the bench.

Reid struck the post with another penalty before Sale finally gained territory down the right and they stayed there as Tigers were penalised three times at defensive lineouts, judged to have gone too early with the ball in the air, and finally captain Cole was shown the yellow.

The visitors remained stubborn in defence, with Reffell at the heart of more good work in the middle of the field, and then they wrapped up man and ball to frustrate the home team just a few metres out from the tryline.

But with Cole waiting to get back on field at the end of his 10 minutes and Tigers looking to have weathered a storm, they were finally breached when Evans charged down a clearing kick from Jack Van Poortvliet and saw the ball bounce back into his hands to score.  

Sharks added to the lead when Yarde raced on to a delayed pass in midfield for a straight run to the line and Rob Du Preez added the conversion to make it 12-3.

An enterprising attack using the blindside stretched Tigers again and, although Sharks had progress stalled near the line, eventually they set up one more phase and prop Oosthuizen reached over to score his first Premiership try. The conversion made it 19-3 at half-time.

The second half opened with rain sweeping across the field and Tigers having to play out from deep before losing Reid to a yellow card for a tackle on Yarde on the touchline which the referee reviewed with his TMO.

Reffell was replaced by Harry Wells as Sharks kicked to the left-hand corner and he got fingertips to the Sharks throw, forcing an error rewarded with scrum put-in.

Match referee Tempest, though, awarded Sharks a free-kick at the set-piece, followed by a penalty which they pushed into the corner as they searched for their bonus-pint score. But Lavanini and Wells latched on to the ball and won the turnover.

A dart from scrum-half Will Cliff threatened until Sharks dropped ball in attack and 18-year-old debutant Van Poortvliet kicked clear.

But Sharks were then awarded a penalty at a scrum 20 metres out from the Tigers line and Du Preez added the points for a 22-3 lead.

Kyle Eastmond took the captaincy when Cole made way on 66 minutes, but Tigers were penned back as Yarde completed his hat-trick with tries in the 68th and 72nd minute.

First, the wing finished from a Rob Du Preez pass on the left and then latched on to a kick from Sam James to add another with the fly-half adding both conversions on a miserable evening for the visitors.

Match Details

HT ScoreHalf Time Score

SAL 19-3 LEI

FT ScoreFull Time Score

SAL 36-3 LEI

Attendance

7,208

Referee

Ian Tempest

Match Stats

Sale Sharks
Leicester Tigers
Possession
62%
38%
Territory
71%
29%
Penalties Conceded
5
17
Yellow Cards
0
2
Red Cards
0
0
Tackles Won
78/87 90%
147/174 84%
Scrums Won
3/3 100%
8/12 67%
Lineouts Won
24/24 100%
6/6 100%

Player Stats

Sale Sharks
Leicester Tigers
Leicester Tigers
TCDP
15Telusa Veainu
14Jonah Holmes
13Jaco Taute
12
11Jordan Olowofela
10Noel Reid1P
9Jack Van Poortvliet
1
2
3Dan Cole
4Tomas Lavanini
5Will Spencer
6Hanro Liebenberg
7Tommy Reffell
8
16Jake Kerr
17Nephi Leatigaga
18Joe Heyes
19Joe Batley
20Harry Wells
21Sam Lewis
22Harry Simmons
23Johnny McPhillips
Sale Sharks
Sale Sharks
36

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Leicester Tigers
Leicester Tigers
3
Sale Sharks
T
T
C
T
C
P
T
C
T
C
KOHTFT
Leicester Tigers
P

Commentary

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

Thank you to all of those who braved grim conditions to support the boys in Salford this evening, and to all of you following on Matchday Live elsewhere.

We'll see you back at Welford Road next Saturday, February 29 (3.00pm) when Tigers take on Worcester Warriors.

FULL TIME | 36-3

A miserable evening in the North West for Tigers, who go down 36 points to three at the AJ Bell.

80

END OF PLAY

...but it's no more than a penalty, and Sale opt to tap and kick the ball straight out for the end of the game.

80

HIGH TACKLE

The clock's in the red, but we'll come back for a high tackle by Leicester No21 on the far side...

78

SALE BALL

Sam Lewis does his best to disrupt the Sharks maul, but referee Tempest calls for Sale to use their possession, and scrum-half Warr clears up.

77

SCRUM PENALTY

Not Tigers' evening, by any stretch.

Sale win a scrum just inside the Leicester half, and rub salt into the wound by kicking to the corner.

TRIO OF CHANGES

Sale empty add Gus Warr, Tom Curtis and No23 Reed for Cliff, Du Preez and Solomona.

DU PREEZ CONVERTS

The conversion curls inside the left-hand post, and Sale now have 36 points.

DEJA VU

Yarde is over in the same corner, this time pouncing on a Sam James kick-through.

LEWIS ON

Sam Lewis has replaced Ifereimi Boladau in the Tigers back row.

TWO MORE CHANGES

Sale hooker Rob Webber is swapped for Curtis Langdon, while Bryn Evans is off for Matt Postlethwaite.

TWO MORE

Du Preez nails the conversion, and the Sharks now lead 29 points to three.

BONUS-POINT SCORE

The ball comes back into the hands of Marland Yarde on the left-hand side, and he dives over for Sale's fourth score of the night.

ROSS OFF

Sale skipper Jono Ross leaves the field as he is replaced by James Phillips.

66

NOT A NIGHT FOR RUNNING RUGBY...

Tigers go through the hands as they attempt to fight their way up the field into the prevailing wind, but nothing will stick.

Instead, Yarde gobbles up a Noel Reid chip and almost puts Hammersley through a hole. Almost.

64

BACK-AND-FORTH

Tigers string together some nice phases - partly down to some crisp service from the base by new scrum-half Simmons - but the men in fluoro-red just cannot batter the door down.

Then, just as they start to nudge up a couple of metres, Sale win a penalty and boot the ball back downfield.

61

FREE KICK TO TIGERS

Tigers win a free-kick of their own moments later, and the visitors are back on the front foot, pushing up into the Sale half.

LOCK SWAP

Joe Batley is on the field in place of Tomás Lavanini.

60

ON THE HOUR

Tigers take the lineout on the far side and look to set up a maul, but nothing seems to be sticking this evening ... the pack is down on the floor, and Tempest seems to think it's through Leicester. Sale win a free-kick.

SIMMONS FOR JVP

Jack van Poortvliet's debut is complete - Harry Simmons is now on at scrum-half.

57

TIGERS PRESS ON

The visitors string together some quick passes to find space out on the left, but almost - almost - give away the interception pass.

The Sale runner drops it, though, and Tempest signals for another scrum.

FULL COMPLEMENT

Noel Reid returns from the sin bin, while Greg Bateman is swapped for Nephi Leatigaga on the loosehead.

CHANGE AT HOOKER

Jake Kerr replaces Tatafu Polota-Nau in the Tigers front row.

THREE MORE POINTS

...and it's a good kick. Sale have three more points.

53

SCRUM PENALTY

Tigers have a scrum after Sale knock on, but Bateman is penalised at the shoving contest and so the hosts have a shot at goal...

51

UP THE TEMPO

But Sale fire a s hot off the top of their lineout as scrum-half Cliff finds half a gap in the Tigers lines, and gets his side right back up to the five-metre line.

50

CLEARANCE KICK

Van Poortvliet clears from the back of a Tigers scrum to find some metres along the touchline.

18 FOR 3

Will-Griff John repaces Jake Cooper-Woolley in the Sharks front row.

48

GREASY BALL

Tempest's assistant calls Cole down on the near side, but there's a Sale knock on as the ball comes out to the backs, and we'll come back for the original penalty.

46

SO CLOSE!

Wells is straight into the action, and he spoils the Sharks lineout on his own line ... but referee Tempest adjudges him to have knocked on. Scrum down.

BACK ROW CHANGE

Harry Wells is on in place of Tommy Reffell.

YELLOW CARD | NOEL REID

There's contact to the head, but there's mitigation through the fact that Yarde was falling into the tackle ... Reid is shown a yellow card.

45

TMO | HIGH TACKLE?

Sale break through Simon Hammersley and then Yarde on the left-hand side, but the former England wing is brought down by Veainu and then caught high by Reid.

We'll look at replays to check possible sanction.

44

INTO TOUCH

Van Poortvliet kicks clear, and Sale will have a lineout on the far side.

42

THROUGH THE PHASES

The rain drives down yet harder, here, and the home side go through the phases as they nudge into the Tigers 22.

SECOND HALF UNDERWAY

Sale kick off in the second half of this Round 11 tie.

40

MATCH ACTION | THREE FROM THE TEE

Noel Reid scores a Tigers penalty during the first half in Salford.
 

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HALF TIME | 19-3

Sale have a 16-point lead over Tigers as we go into half-time at the AJ Bell. A big second half needed, here.

EXTRA ADDED

Du Preez adds the extras from the tee in the swirling rain, and that will be the final action of this first half.

TRY AWARDED

There's nothing in the replays that can change Tempest's mind, and the score is awarded to Jake Cooper-Woolley.

39

TMO | POSSIBLE TRY...

Sale are over the line once more, with referee Tempest calling a try as his on-field decision, but we'll check with Trevor Fisher...

38

PENALTY ADVANTAGE

Steve Diamond's men hammer through the phases and win the penalty under the posts, but chip the ball under penalty advantage. Veainu calims it, so we'll come back...

36

SALE SURGE FORWARD

Neat work from Sale through scrum-half Will Cliff as he dummies off the back of Sharks lineout and comes round the corner to feed Denny Solomona, a late pre-match replacement for Chris Ashton.

They make it up to Tigers' five-metre line.

DU PREEZ CONVERTS

Du Preez has to reset the ball on the tee, but he takes his shortened run-up and ... it's over. Conversion good.

SALE SCORE A SECOND

A hole opens up on the far side for Marland Yarde to skate through, and Sale have a second score.

31

CONVERSION MISSED

Du Preez cannot convert the score, so Sale's lead is just two points with more than half an hour played.

30

BACK TO 15 MEN

Cole rejoins the action after 10 minutes on the sidelines, and Olowofela is restored on the wing as Heyes takes his place in the dugout once more.

CHARGE DOWN TRY

Bryn Evans climbs highest to charge down a Tigers box kick, and Sale have the first try of the game.

29

FROM THE BASE

Ifereimi Boladau comes out from the back of the scrum with the ball in hand, finds some metres on the right and finds time for his mates to come and ruck over the top.

28

UNPLAYABLE!

The home side look to go again from the throw, but the ball is unplayable on the floor. Scrum restart.

26

MAUL DEFENCE

Sale set up a strong-looking maul from their lineout in the Tigers 22, but Tommy Reffell - now acting as captain - manages to stop the man at the back.

25

TIGERS FEED

...not quite yet, though. Van Poortvliet will have the put-in at another scrum...

...and Sale win the penalty. Rob du Preez kicks to the far corner for touch.

24

LOST THE BIND

No such luck on the next scrum, though, as Sale win the ball.

We'll see some phases in this game soon, surely...

TEMPORARY SUBSTITUTION

Tigers have a scrum in their own half, and so Jordan Olowofela is sacrificed for Joe Heyes to come on at tighthead prop.

And ... Tigers win the penalty. Johnny McPhillips, stationed at fly-half with Reid shifted to 13, kicks deep into the Sale half.

20

REFFELL RIPS THE BALL!

Sale look to set from their fourth throw-in, before going to the backs ... but Tommy Reffell rips the ball from the man and Tigers are out of their quarter of the field.

YELLOW CARD | DAN COLE

Sale look to make it third time lucky at the lineout - this time on Leicester's five-metre line - but the lifter is taken early once again, and Tigers captain Dan Cole is shown a yellow card.

17

LINEOUT PENALTY

The Sharks go quickly from their throw, and there are jeers around the stadium as there's a possible obstruction in the 13 channel.

But referee Ian Tempest has spotted an incident at the lineout, and we'll go back for another go...

15

UNDER THE HIGH BALL

Jonah Holmes does a great job of taking a high ball on the right-hand touchline, but as the ball is fed back infield Tigers knock on in the centre of the pitch.

Sale capitalise with a kick to touch, and Rob Webber will have a throw on the edge of the Tigers 22...

MCPHILLIPS MAKES PREMIERSHIP DEBUT

Johnny McPhillips joins the action earlier than expected for his Gallagher Premiership debut, in the place of Jaco Taute.

The outside centre looks to have injured his shoulder.

13

TO ME, TO YOU...

Tigers won't have it all their own way at scrum-time this evening, though. Sale win this one just outside their 22.

11

OFF THE WOODWORK!

Te fly-half makes a decent connection with the ball from the tee, it rises ... and it's off the post! Unlucky.

10

POINT TO POSTS

Reid will have another shot at goal after Jake Cooper-Woolley doubles down on his scrum penalty and goes off his feet at the breakdown.

8

SCRUM PENALTY

Greg Bateman draws the penalty on the nearside, and Reid puts the ball deep into Sharks territory for a Leicester throw.

7

"KNOCK ON, BLUE"

Telusa Veainu clears up at the back with a safe kick into touch, and while the Sharks gather their lineout throw, they can't string the phases together off the back; and knock on once, then twice, in midfield.

Tigers have the put in at a scrum just inside their own half.

5

TESTING KICK

Debut scrum-half Jack van Poortvliet looks to the sky with a testing box kick, and the Sale defenders are back on their heels as they look to gather the ball.

DEADLOCK BROKEN

...and it's through. Tigers have the first points of this game through fly-half Reid.

4

FOR THE POSTS

The visitors have an early kick at goal after Hanro Liebenberg gets over the ball on the edge of the Sale 22. Noel Reid prepares himself...

2

LAVANINI CUT DOWN

Tigers have the, ahem, 'lion's' share of possession in the early stages, but the men in fluoro-red are met by a stern defence. Tomás Lavanini is cut down in midfield.

KICK OFF AT SALE

Noel Reid gets Tigers underway in Round 11 of the Gallagher Premiership.

0

WEATHER UPDATE

And, just like clockwork, here comes the rain...

0

ON TO THE FIELD

Dan Cole leads Leicester Tigers on to the field at the AJ Bell.

0

FIVE MINUTES TO GO

Both teams head up the tunnel after completing their final warm-ups, and we're just moments away from kick-off in the Gallagher Premiership.

0

CONFIRMED TEAM NEWS

Head coach Geordan Murphy has been forced into shuffling his pack ahead of this Round 11 fixture.

Tatafu Polota-Nau replaces suspended club captain Tom Youngs at hooker, while there are places for Tommy Reffell and Ifereimi Boladau in the back row with Jordan Taufua and Sione Kalamafoni ruled out by injury this week.

Jack van Poortvliet starts at scrum-half for the first time in the Gallagher Premiership, and both Noel Reid and Jordan Olowofela are recalled to the backline.

Summer signing Johnny McPhillips could also make his league debut for the club after being named among the replacements.

Sharks boss Diamond gives a first start to England back-rower Mark Wilson as one of the changes to the starting line-up since defeat at Saracens in Round 10. Coenie Oosthuizen and Jake Cooper-Woolley start in the front row, and Marland Yarde comes into the backline with Byron McGuigan on international duty with Scotland.

See the full match line-ups by clicking here, or scrolling down on this page.

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LIEBENBERG TALKS UP SOUTH AFRICAN BATTLE

Cape Town-born back-rower Hanro Liebenberg made his long-awaited return from injury in Tigers’ win over Wasps in Round 10.

And, after retaining the No6 shirt for the trip the AJ Bell, the 24-year-old will come up against some familiar faces this evening.

“I’ve played with Jean-Luc and Dan du Preez at South Africa U20s, so I know their characteristics,” he told LeicesterTigers.com.

“I know they’ll be up for it and it’ll be a good battle against the other South Africans, but most importantly it’s a team effort.

“While it’s obviously good playing against those guys, as a pack we need to front up and put in another strong performance.”

Read more of Liebenberg’s chat with LeicesterTigers.com here.

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CAPTAIN COLE PREVIEWS SHOWDOWN WITH SALE

LTTV caught up with Tigers tighthead Dan Cole this week, ahead of skippering his childhood club for the first time (from the off, at least).

“We might be taking a few more scrums,” he laughed, when asked about his approach to the role.

The 98-cap international also discussed the hard-fought win over Wasps last time out, the importance of leadership in the squad plus the inclusion of Jack van Poortvliet for his Premiership debut at scrum-half.

You can watch captain Cole’s full interview with LTTV, right here.

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MATCH PREVIEW | TIGERS VERSUS SHARKS

Leicester Tigers reach the halfway mark in the Gallagher Premiership season with a trip to Salford this evening.

Tigers travel on the back of a home win over Wasps in Round 10 to face a Sharks team who sit third in the league table with a won five, lost five record so far.

Steve Diamond’s Sharks are also third in terms of tries scored (28) and in defence; with top-of-the-table Exeter and defending champions Saracens conceding just one point fewer than their record of 170 so far.

See all the important facts and stats in our full match preview here, or scroll down on this page.

WELCOME TO MATCHDAY LIVE!

We’re LIVE from the AJ Bell Stadium for Leicester Tigers’ Gallagher Premiership fixture with the Sale Sharks, with kick-off to come at 7.45pm.

Follow all the action as it happens with our Matchday Live coverage, right here on the Tigers App and LeicesterTigers.com.


Opposition Lineup

Starting XV

15
Simon Hammersley
14
Denny Solomona
13
Sam James
12
Luke James
11
Marland Yarde
10
Robert du Preez
9
Will Cliff
1
Coenie Oosthuizen
2
Rob Webber
3
Jake Cooper-Woolley
4
5
Jean-Luc du Preez
6
Jono Ross
7
8
Daniel du Preez

Subs

16
Curtis Langdon
17
Ross Harrison
18
WillGriff John
19
James Phillips
20
Matt Postlethwaite
21
Gus Warr
22
Tom Curtis
23
Arron Reed

Friday Preview | Tigers at Sale Sharks

Leicester Tigers reach the halfway mark in the Gallagher Premiership season with a trip to Sale Sharks and the AJ Bell Stadium this evening (Friday, 7.45pm).

Tigers travel on the back of a home win over Wasps in Round 10 to face a Sharks team who sit in third place in the table following with a won five, lost five record so far.

Steve Diamond’s Sharks are also third in terms of tries scored (28) and on defensive record with top-of-the-table Exeter and defending champions Saracens conceding just one point fewer than their record of 170 so far.

The Sharks have lost just once in their last eight home games and beat Tigers 32-5 in the corresponding fixture last season, though tries from Jonah Holmes (2), George Ford and Mike Williams earned a win for the visitors there in the final week of the 2017/18 season.

Tigers made it three home wins in a row in all competitions with an 18-9 verdict against Wasps last weekend and their only Premiership defeat in the last four games was 10-13 at Bath last month.

Previewing the game, Tigers head coach Geordan Murphy said: “Sometimes you have to win ugly and it was fairly ugly in the win against Wasps last week. The conditions were horrific and we struggled at times in the first half but the forwards gave us a great platform in the second half and the win was important.

“We were pretty resilient, we stayed in it and we got our rewards.

“There are three games to go before the end of the Six Nations and we have to scrap for everything. We did that very well at the weekend.

“It doesn’t come much tougher than Sale away, they’re a strong side, they have a big pack and a really competitive backline.

“They’re third in the table and deserve to be.”

Sharks boss Diamond gives a first start to England back-rower Mark Wilson as one of the changes to the starting line-up since defeat at Saracens in Round 10. Coenie Oosthuizen and Jake Cooper Woolley come into the front row and Marland Yarde comes into the backline with Byron McGuigan on international duty with Scotland.

Diamond said: “Leicester are a tough opposition and, despite their rocky start to the season, they are a team with huge pedigree and should always be respected.

“After a good win at Welford Road, they will be heading north full of confidence, so we need to make sure we are really on the ball and nullify their threats effectively.”

The clubs have met on 96 previous occasions with Tigers winning 67 to 24 by Sale. On seven visits to the AJ Bell, Tigers have won four and lost three.

Tigers will be in the club’s alternate fluoro red kit on Saturday.

Match referee is Ian Tempest, in charge of a Premiership rugby fixture for a 67th time.

Kick-off is at 7.45pm. There is live coverage on BT Sport.

Or you can keep up to date with the action on the Matchday Live service on the Tigers website and app or social media channels.

Team news | Tigers at Sale on Friday

Dan Cole will captain Leicester Tigers in Friday’s Gallagher Premiership trip to face Sale Sharks at the AJ Bell Stadium

The 95-cap England prop leads the team in the absence of front-row colleague Tom Youngs, who starts a suspension.

Tatafu Polota-Nau replaces Youngs at hooker, and there are places for Tommy Reffell and Ifereimi Boladau in the forward pack with Jordan Taufua and Sione Kalamafoni ruled out by injury this week.

After securing a third successive home win last weekend with an 18-9 victory over Wasps, Tigers recall Noel Reid and Jordan Olowofela to the backline for this Round 11 contest.

With scrum-half Ben Youngs on England duty and Ben White picking up an injury in the win over Wasps, Tigers also give a Premiership debut to Academy graduate and England Under-20s cap Jack Van Poortvliet at Sale.

Johnny McPhillips, a summer signing from Ulster, could also make his first Premiership appearance for the club after being named among the replacements.

Ellis Genge, George Ford, Jonny May, Manu Tuilagi and Ben Youngs are on England duty at the Six Nations.

Tigers head coach Geordan Murphy said: “We have to scrap for everything – we did that well last weekend. It was a gnarly performance against Wasps in tricky conditions and we were pleased by that.

“We’ve got five players away, we’ve got a few ruled out by injury this week, but it’s a competitive group and players have been putting up their hands in training every week which is just the way it should be.”

Leicester Tigers (v Sale Sharks, away, Friday 7.45pm)

15 Telusa Veainu

14 Jonah Holmes

13 Jaco Taute

12 Kyle Eastmond

11 Jordan Olowofela

10 Noel Reid

9 Jack Van Poortvliet

1 Greg Bateman

2 Tatafu Polota-Nau

3 Dan Cole (c)

4 Tomás Lavanini

5 Will Spencer

6 Hanro Liebenberg

7 Tommy Reffell

8 Ifereimi Boladau

Replacements

16 Jake Kerr

17 Nephi Leatigaga

18 Joe Heyes

19 Joe Batley

20 Harry Wells

21 Sam Lewis

22 Harry Simmons

23 Johnny McPhillips

Sale Sharks:

Sale Sharks: 15 Simon Hammersley, 14 Chris Ashton, 13 Sam James, 12 Luke James, 11 Marland Yarde, 10 Rob du Preez, 9 Will Cliff; 1 Coenie Oosthuizen, 2 Rob Webber, 3 Jake Cooper-Woolley, 4 Bryn Evans, 5 Jean-Luc du Preez, 6 Jono Ross (c) 7 Mark Wilson, 8 Daniel du Preez.
Replacements: 16 Curtis Langdon, 17 Ross Harrison, 18 Will-Griff John, 19 James Phillips, 20 Ben Curry, 21 Gus Warr, 22 Tom Curtis, 23 Denny Solomona

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