This Saturday we take on Rosslyn Park at the CorpAcq stadium with a Kick off of 2pm. We’ve played Rosslyn Park twice in this league and both times lost out to a quick backline and some powerful forwards. Away last season we lost 31-26 with Paolo Odogwu earning two points for the team with a moment of brilliance picking up the 4th try for a try bonus point and a losing bonus point. The home game earlier in the 18-19 season was much more disappointing with no bonus points and the end to our 18 month home winning streak. Our ambition is to reverse these two results and demonstrate how far we’ve come in the last 12 months. Pre-match meals are available by contacting Brad McBride on email@example.com
A few changes from last weeks win against Old Elthamians. Tom Brady stays at home awaiting the birth of his first child, he’s replaced by the returning Anthony Bingham who’s been working in Japan with his company Jimbag. James Williams is away, so there’s a back line reshuffle with Emi Calle Rivas starting. England under 18 player Raffie Quirke makes his first appearance in a Sale FC shirt starting on the bench.
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This weekend Sale FC Rugby take on Old Elthamians at the CorpAcq stadium. Saturday 21st September KO 2pm.
Sale FC took on Cinderford RFC in this opening fixture of the National League 1 season at the CorpAcq stadium.
Conditions looked ideal for rugby. Sale, however, struggled to get into their stride conceding possession and penalties from which the visitors took full advantage when on 5 minutes, a well-executed lineout from 10 metres gave the Cinderford forwards the platform to drive over the Sale try line, hooker Nathan Taylor the scorer. Fly half James Butler converted. more info here