Sale v Worcester

Discussion in 'Aviva Premiership / LV Cup' started by SecondRow04, Mar 9, 2007.

  1. SecondRow04

    SecondRow04 Guest

    Sale Lineup :

    15. Julien Laharrague
    14. Mark Cueto (Captain)
    13. Mark Taylor
    12. Elvis Seveali’I
    11.Oriol Ripol
    10. Daniel Larrechea
    9. Richard Wigglesworth
    1. Andrew Sheridan
    2. Andy Titterrell
    3. Ben Evans
    4. Dean Schofield
    5. Sean Cox
    6. Chris Jones
    7. David Tait
    8. JM Fernandez Lobbe

    Subs bench

    16. Neil Briggs
    17. Barry Stewart
    18. Eifion Roberts
    19. Michael Hills/ John Carter
    20. Ben Foden/Chris Mayor
    21. Lee Thomas
    22. Chris Bell/Steve Hanley



    Worcester Lineup:

    15. Shane Drahm
    14. 'Aisea Havili Kaufusi
    13. Dale Rasmussen
    12. Mark Tucker
    11. Thinus Delport
    10. James Brown
    9. Matt Powell
    1. Tony Windo
    2. Chris Fortey
    3. Tevita Taumoepeau
    4. Craig Gillies
    5. Phil Murphy
    6. Drew Hickey
    7. Tom Harding
    8. Kai Horstmann

    Subs bench

    16. Darren Morris
    17. Aleki Lutui
    18. Richard Blaze
    19. Gavin Quinnell
    20. Nick Runciman
    21. Dom Feau'nati
    22. Lee Best


    Could go either way, hopefully in Sales favour!! :)
     
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  3. SecondRow04

    SecondRow04 Guest

    Final Score: Sale 12-18 Worcester!

    Sale: 3 Penalties ( Daniel Larrechea ), 1 Drop Kick ( Daniel Larrechea )


    Worcester: 2 Tries ( Shane Drahm, Tevita Taumoepeau ), 1 Conversion ( James Brown ), 2 Penalties ( James Brown )

    good win for Worcester, sale getting a bonus point :)
     
  4. Sale suck even worse than us.

    Pity they managed to win a few at the start of the season, we could have picked up a few decent players if Sharks went down.
     
  5. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    If Saints didn't have two games in hand, I'd say things were looking dim sum for them!

    Ah! The wonders of league table distortions!
     
  6. getofmeland

    getofmeland Guest

    Sale are in real trouble, having lost 5 in a row now. Bath should hopefully win today to leapfrog them in the league. I think there is still time to get them dragged into the relegation battle. The worcester win has heaped pressure on northampton to get a win.
     
  7. Bullitt

    Bullitt Guest

    Oh cock...
     
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