Middlesex Sevens

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  1. Vambo

    Vambo Guest

    Full Middlesex 7s draw

    Game 1 – 10.40am – Dragons v London Irish
    Game 2 – 11.00am – Newcastle Falcons v Northampton Saints
    Game 3 – 11.20am – Harlequins v Leeds Carnegie
    Game 4 – 11.40am – Sale Sharks v Ospreys
    Game 5 – 12noon – Gloucester v Bath
    Game 6 – 12.20pm – Worcester v Bristol
    Game 7 – 12.40pm – Leicester v Wasps
    Game 8 – 1pm – Saracens v British Army
    Game 9 – 1.20pm – Loser Match 1 v Loser Match 2
    Game 10 – 1.40pm – Loser Match 3 v Loser Match 4
    Game 11 – 2pm – Loser Match 5 v Loser Match 6
    Game 12 – 2.20pm – Loser Match 7 v Loser Match 8
    Game 13 – 2.40pm – Winner Match 1 v Winner Match 2
    Game 14 – 3pm – Winner Match 3 v Winner Match 4
    Game 15 – 3.20pm – Winner Match 5 v Winner Match 6
    Game 16 – 3.40pm – Winner Match 7 v Winner Match 8
    Game 17 – 4pm – Winner 9 v Winner Match 10
    Game 18 – 4.20pm – Winner Match 11 v Winner Match 12
    Game 19 – 4.40pm – Winner Match 13 v Winner Match 14
    Game 20 – 5pm – Winner Match 15 v Winner Match 16
    Plate Final - Game 21 – 5.35pm - Winner Match 17 v Winner Match 18
    The Final – Game 22 – 6.10pm – Winner Match 19 v Winner Match 20
    6.40pm - Presentations




    Teams announced so far:

    Harlequins

    1. Epi Taione (Tonga)

    2. Tom Guest (England Saxons & England 7's)

    3. Chris Robshaw (England Saxons)

    4. Nick Easter (England)

    5. Seb Jewell (England U 20)

    6. Gonzalo Tiesi (Argentina & Argentina 7’s)

    7. Ugo Monye (England Saxons & England 7's) Captain

    8. Mike Brown (England & England 7's)

    9. TBA

    10. Waisea Luveniyali (Fiji & Fiji 7's)

    11. Dave Strettle (England & England 7's)

    12. Darren Edwards (Wales 7's)

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    Sale

    Full squad: Mike Hills. Captain, Sean Cox, Neil Briggs, Carl Fearns, Alex Shaw, Chris Leck, Nick McCleod, Selorm Kuadey, Nick Royle, Peter Swatkins, Ed Styles, James Jones.

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    Quins look quite strong whereas Sale.... don't.
     
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  3. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    Ugh, I'm disappointed with our team. Not a single 1st team player there... :wah:
     
  4. feicarsinn

    feicarsinn Guest

    shame that was alot of potential there for sale
     
  5. nannyirish

    nannyirish Guest

    if you go on the sevens website it says internations who could well be playhing wasps have ,lewsey,haskell,worsley,voyce,sackey,rees
     
  6. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    It's normally only Wasps and Newcastle who bother taking it seriously.

    Free tip that Northampton are only sending their youngsters and reserves; The first team is playing a Friendly in Clermont at the same time!
     
  7. Tin

    Tin Guest

    Bristol squad is

    1. Greg Barden ©
    2. O Hayes
    3. R Pennycook
    4. C Pennycook
    5. J Brown
    6. R Jenkins
    7. V Lilo
    8. L Robinson
    9. D Lemi
    10. S Alford
    11. H Thomas
    12. N Scott

    did have Kevin Maggs and Anthony Elliott at first but they've now been replaced
     
  8. Vambo

    Vambo Guest

    Worcester
    Jake Abbott, Tom Wood, Matt Cox, James Collins, Matt Powell, Jonny Arr, Matthew Jones, Marcel Garvey, Miles Benjamin, Alex Grove, Charlie Fellows, Greg King

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    Northampton
    1 John Brake (capt)
    2 Will Harries
    3 Neil Starling
    4 Paul Diggin
    5 Dave Ward
    6 Courtney Lawes
    7 Anders Mogensen
    8 Liam Neale
    9 Olliey Storey
    10 Nick Greenhalgh
    11 Owen Giles
    12 Stuart Friswell

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    London Irish
    London Irish squad: Paul Hodgson (Captain), Steffon Armitage, James Clarke, Tomas De Vedia, Charlie Gower, Topsy Ojo, David Paice, Tom Parker, Jamie Stevenson, Adam Thompstone.

    Coach: Barrie-Jon Mather

    (I didn't realise BJ was at Irish. Last I heard he was coaching up Blackpool way somewhere...

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    Leicester
    6 Tom Croft, 7 George Chuter (captain), 8 Seb Pearson, 9 Elliott Read, 10 Michael Gillick, 11 Manu Tuilagi, 12 Finlay Barnham, 13 Rickie Aley, 14 Richard Blaze, 15 Tom Armes, 21 Marco Wentzel, 22 Nathaniel Lowers.

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    Wasps
    Henry Barratt, Chris Bishay, Matt Corker, Rob Hoadley, James Honeyben, Michael Kedgley, Lachlan Mitchell, Mark Odejobi, Joe Simpson, Christian Wade, Dominic Waldouck, Rob Webber

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  9. Vambo

    Vambo Guest

    Ospreys
    Steve Tandy ©, Ed Shervington, Rory Pitman, Lee Bevan, David Bishop, Kristian Phillips, Dan Biggar, Gareth Owen, David Evans, James King, James Merriman, Ashley Beck.


    Dragons
    Craig Hill, Lewis Evans, James Harris, Joe Bearman, Steve Jones, Tom Issacs, Wayne Evans (captain), Gareth Maule, Tom Riley, Martyn Thomas, Tal Selley, James Lewis.


    Newcastle
    John Rudd, Scott Riddell ©, Paddy Dias, Micky Young, Luke Fielden, Andrew Fenby, Ollie Phillips, Ross Batty, Ross Samson, Rob Miller, Danny Williams, Aaron Myers.


    Leeds
    Joe Ford, Scott Freer, Jacob Rowan, Tom Denton, James Craig, Adam Greendale, Calum Clark, Rob Vickerman, Danny White, James Brooks ©.


    Gloucester
    Guy Thompson, Tristan Roberts, Dan Williams, Jack Adams ©, Andres Pretorius, Charlie Sharples, Jonny May, Mark Foster, Charlie Simpson-Daniel, Dan Norton, Dave Lewis, Henry Trinder.


    Bath
    Adrian Griffiths, Guy Mercer, Ed Jackson, Scott Hobson, Josh Ovens, Jack Bentall, Michael Lipman ©, Luke Cozens, Mike Baxter, Nick Abendanon, Matt Banahan, Lee Audis.


    Saracens
    Dave Seymour ©, Ben Skirving, Don Barrell, Francisco Leonelli, Edd Thrower, Brent Russell, Richard Haughton, Kameli Ratuvou, Jackson Wray, Mike Stanley, James Short, Dan Caprice.
     
  10. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    So far, London Irish, Newcastle and Harlequins are through. Sale and Ospreys now; Nick Macleod must die...
     
  11. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    So far the only team looking remotely good have been Quins, but even my touch-rugby team could have done well against Leeds. The Army FTW.

    Oh, and I now understand why Will harries never normally passes. Useless gimp.
     
  12. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    So we've stuffed the Ospreys; oh goodie, we get to play Quins next! Q(^.^Q)
    God, if only we sent out some stronger players. >_>
     
  13. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    CROFT CORNER?!
    :lol:
     
  14. Vambo

    Vambo Guest

    Do these new ELV's mean you can have half of your leg over the touchline and still be awarded the try? Cheating Leicester gits :bleh!:
     
  15. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Saints dispatch 1 half of the Welsh contingent, still looking poor. Bring on the Ospreys! [​IMG]
     
  16. Sir Speedy

    Sir Speedy Guest

    Leeds beat you to it. :lol:
     
  17. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Oh well, both dispatched! :)
     
  18. SecondRow04

    SecondRow04 Guest

    Harlequins beat the British Army 22 - 12 int he final!

    Good day of running rugby!

    Anybody else enjoy the Tuilagi hit on Bishay i think in the wasps game!
     
  19. cyRil

    cyRil Guest

    Glad I didn't bother going down to Twickers now!!!
     
  20. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    *sigh* it is so sad that we had to play babysitter for such a weak and inept Saints side in the plate final, but needs as needs must.

    Saracens 26 - Northampton - 7.



    No, the new ELVs require you to do this as soon as you touch down:

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    All in the name of exciting running rugby, speeding up the game, etc.

    NEW ZEALAND...REEAAAADDDYYYY?!
     
  21. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Poor old Sarries, the scoreline flattered their 1sst XV and seasoned 7s players against Saints teenage kids and Will "I won't pass the ball or go forward" Harries.

    Still, at least the Welsh sides were sent home winless. :p
     
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