The ISRFC Lambs have named their side for their second game of their tour of Canada and the USA, against a Pacific Loggers XV in Seattle.
Having performed well against Canada U19, albeit in a 30-8 defeat. To have given such a strong performance against a side that is now on their way to play in the U18 International Series against England, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales, should give the Lambs a huge amount of confidence.
The game against the Pacific Loggers takes place at 7pm on Tuesday evening, 3am on Wednesday BST, and the starting fifteen includes five players that started against Canada. In the backline Sherborne’s Rafe Yewdall on the right wing, Portsmouth Grammar School’s Eddie Jenkinson at inside centre, and Milo Linney of Uppingham, all retain their starting spots, with Linney switching from outside centre to left wing.
Felsted’s Jack Rye is again in the second row, while Berkhamsted’s Matt Harris is once again captaining the side from number 8.
Following the game the Lambs will then head back to Canada, where they will play their final two games, against Washington University U19s and a British Columbia Select XV.
ISRFC Lambs v Pacific Loggers XV – Tuesday 4th April, 7pm kick off (Wednesday 5th April 3am BST)
|ISRFC Lambs XV v Pacific Loggers XV|
|15||Daniel Marsik||Kent College, Canterbury|
|13||Joshua Hart||Denstone College|
|12||Eddie Jenkinson||Portsmouth Grammar School|
|10||Tom Pittman||King’s College, Taunton|
|9||Tobias Allday||Royal Hospital School|
|1||Alexander Zenda||Pangbourne College|
|2||Tommie Collingwood||Denstone College|
|6||Francouis Roussow||Royal Hospital School|
|7||Cedric Hoskyns-Abrahall||Royal Hospital School|
|8||Matt Harris (captain)||Berkhamsted|
|17||Didi Vidal-Adegun||Bishop’s Stortford College|
|18||Oscar Hardman||Hymers College|
|19||Matthew Gallagher||Kirkham Grammar School|
|20||Charlie Agbo||King’s College, Taunton|
|21||Guy Whittaker||Hymers College|
|23||George Hartson||Wycliffe College|
|25||George Finney||Trent College|
|26||Jamie Thorley||Cheltenham College|
|27||Henry Wright||Queen Ethelburga’s|