Premiership 7s

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Premiership 7s

Postby jimKRFC » Wed Sep 11, 2019 12:56 pm

Bristols squad:
Harry Ascherl (Bristol Academy U18s), Aaron Chapman, Jack Bates, Ioan Lloyd, Will Capon, Nathan Chamberlain, Toby Venner (Hartpury BUCS), Robbie Smith (Hartpury), Harry Short (Hartpury BUCS), Chay Mullins (Bristol Academy U18s), Alex Forrester (Hartpury BUCS), Ben Tothill (Weston).

We don't seem to be taking it very seriously....

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Puja » Wed Sep 11, 2019 1:01 pm

Forrester any relation to Jamie? Same unusual spelling.

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby fivepointer » Wed Sep 11, 2019 1:47 pm

Good experience for the youngsters but I doubt many teams will invest too heavily in it. A chance to see some up and coming talent.
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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Raggs » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:16 pm

Wasps 7s team
1 Will Porter (VC)
2 Gabriel Oghre
3 Sunni Jardine
4 Tim Cardall
5 Thibaud Flament
6 Ross Neal
7 Will Wilson (C)
8 Paolo Odogwu
9 Ben Vellacott (VC)
10 Jacob Umaga
11 Callum Sirker
12 Zach Kibirige

Some serious speed and size in that team. With a couple of ex 7s specialists.

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Which Tyler » Wed Sep 11, 2019 2:29 pm

jimKRFC wrote:We don't seem to be taking it very seriously....

No-one ever does. Complete waste of time.
After the 7s we'll move to the ex-AWC - which no-one will take seriously, and is even worse than a complete waste of time, and a horrendously missed opportunity.

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Gloskarlos » Wed Sep 11, 2019 6:14 pm

Mostly academy from Glos:-

George Barton, Jack Clement, Reece Dunn, Josh Gray, Joe Howard, Corey Howells, Ethan Hunt, Isaac Marsh, Alex Morgan (c), Jake Morris, Charlie Tchen, Stephen Varney

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Adam_P » Wed Sep 11, 2019 10:40 pm

Northampton

1 Emmanuel Iyogun
2 Jack Hughes
3 Devante Onojaife
4 Tui Uru
5 Ollie Newman
6 Connor Tupai (c)
7 Josh Gillespie
8 Tommy Freeman
9 Tommy Mathews
10 Ethan Grayson (U18, Northampton School for Boys)
11 Tom Litchfield (U18, Samuel Whitbread Academy)
12 Dani Long-Martinez (U18, Norwich School)

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby ExAviator » Thu Sep 12, 2019 4:56 pm

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby fivepointer » Thu Sep 12, 2019 6:25 pm

https://www.rugbypass.com/news/premiers ... s-to-watch

All the teams highlighting some very good young players who should be worth watching.

Not many 1st teamers involved over the weekend, but lots of very good, promising youngsters will get a run.

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Raggs » Fri Sep 13, 2019 6:12 pm

Sirkers pace is quite simply silly. And he makes it look so effortless when just eating up the yards.

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Peej » Fri Sep 13, 2019 9:11 pm

Odogwu is also a bit of a unit isn't he?

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Shiny » Sat Sep 14, 2019 10:18 am

Peej wrote:Odogwu is also a bit of a unit isn't he?


Yeah, I’ve liked him since his Sale days. He never just quite makes it into the first teams of the Prem. he reminds me a bit of Jason Robinson in his style.
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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Raggs » Sat Sep 14, 2019 11:27 am

From the commentary sale tried to keep him out the gym. Looks like wasps taken a different approach. Feel free to workout if you don't lose speed.

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Tigersman » Sat Sep 14, 2019 5:09 pm

Please with Law, Browning and Steward all coming up from the U18's.
Browning and Steward are really built more for 15's granted but put in a good showing.

Lavin looked good also.

But then again it's only 7's and not a very high standard of 7, but would like to see them all involved next week.

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby jimKRFC » Sat Sep 14, 2019 6:46 pm

I don't suppose anyone knows where I can watch the games/highlights (not live)?

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Re: Premiership 7s

Postby Epaminondas Pules » Sat Sep 14, 2019 11:18 pm

Shiny wrote:
Peej wrote:Odogwu is also a bit of a unit isn't he?


Yeah, I’ve liked him since his Sale days. He never just quite makes it into the first teams of the Prem. he reminds me a bit of Jason Robinson in his style.


Though nowhere near, by an enormous distance, his ability. He’s basically quick and that’s it.


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