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Sale FC v Darlington Mowden Park

Saturday’s team v Darlington Mowden Park here at the CorpAcq Stadium .

This Saturday sees the rearranged National League One clash between Sale FC Rugby and Darlington Mowden Park here at the CorpAcq Stadium, with a 3pm kick off.

In this Saturday’s 1st team squad there are starts for Robbie Povey at Full Back, Kieran Dunne at Outside Centre, as well as a return to the squad for No.8 Ryan Parkinson. Additionally, there is also a call up to the starting line up for Ed O’Keeffe in for the injured Anthony Bingham.

On the bench, there is a return for Jonty Rawcliffe who comes in alongside debutant Calvin Wellington.

Kick off for the game this Saturday is 3pm. After the 1st team game we will be showing the Six Nations game between Wales and England (4.45pm kick off) in the bar.

For more team information please follow the link here

Wanted: Social Rugby Players

Social Rugby on Monday Nights is the place to be for combined social and rugby exercise.

Come and join Tricky on Motivated Mondays for Social Rugby here at the CorpAcq Stadium.

Every Monday Night here at the CorpAcq Stadium we have great ways of staying fit, in a fun and interactive way from 6.30pm.

Each week down here at the club, there are both men and women taking part in social rugby which is designed to raise your heart rate, as well as providing sufficient exercise in the fresh air, instead of visiting an indoor gym.

The sessions which are becoming more popular each week, are run by junior coaches Paul Gibbon and Andy Raw, who themselves alongside with their children, have found the sessions to be useful for maintaining his fitness and increasing his overall energy levels at the same time.

Social Rugby is open to people of all ages and importantly it is completely FREE to join in, furthermore you don’t have to be a member of the club to come along and play.

On Monday Evenings we also have our Walking Rugby sessions too, that run from 6.30pm and like Social Rugby are open to both men and women non-players, former players or even older players who prefer the more gentle approach to the game.

Interested? Then why not contact the club’s Marketing Team by email Marketing@salefc.com or calling 0161 905 2006

Sale FC edge thriller against Moseley

Sale FC cause heartbreak for Birmingham Moseley at the CorpAcq Stadium.

Sale FC were off to a flying start courtesy of a Kieran Wilkinson converted try in the opening minute of this National League 1 fixture against Birmingham Moseley at the CorpAcq Stadium, quickly followed by a penalty on 4 minutes which Wilkinson slotted home from distance giving the home side a 10 points to nil lead.

The visitors narrowed the gap with a penalty scored just a minute later.

With Sale’s Spanish international fly half, Emiliano Calle Rivas, on his home debut, orchestrating play, Sale were soon on the scoresheet again when, following a well-controlled lineout, the ball was quickly moved through the backs to winger Anthony Bingham who finished the move with a try.

With Sale controlling the game, Birmingham conceded a series of penalties, culminating in their captain Sam Brown receiving a yellow card as Sale tried to take a quick penalty.

Matt Bradley scored Sale’s third try moments later, following another well drilled catch and drive by the Sale pack.

Emiliano Calle Rivas celebrates with Anthony Bingham after he scores his second of the match (c) All Star Photography – Mark Ferriss

After 20 minutes, Sale had opened up a 17 point lead; however a counter attack by Birmingham following a break by Sale’s Calle Rivas drew a penalty on the Sale 22 line for which Matt Bradley received a yellow card.

Birmingham were able to capitalise on the opportunity, hooker Ryan Roach scoring and Williams converting. Another penalty, kicked by Williams reduced the deficit, the score at half time Sale FC 20 Birmingham Moseley 13.

Within a minute of the restart, Sale conceded a penalty which Birmingham’s Williams duly despatched. Birmingham took the lead on 55 minutes when winger Alex Hearle latched on to a kick deep in Sale territory, and outpaced the covering defenders to score, Williams adding the extra points.

Sale were quick to regain the advantage from a scrum on the opposition 5 metre line, number 8 Tom Ailes picking up from the base and driving over the line despite close attention from the opposition defence.

In the final quarter, Sale extended their lead with a try from Neil Briggs, converted by Wilkinson. The visitors responded with a try on 70 minutes from winger Roach, Williams quickly drop kicking the extra points to hurry the match along.

Matt Bradley crosses the try line to score for Sale FC (c) Gareth Lyons Photography

In the final 10 minutes both teams dug deep into their energy reserves, Sale regularly finding Johnny Leota to take on the opposition defence.

Pressure eventually told as a penalty awarded to Sale gave Calle Rivas the opportunity to find touch deep in the opponent’s half.

A textbook catch and drive had Sale putting the Birmingham defence under severe pressure before a quick release along the backs arrived in the safe hands of Anthony Bingham on the wing with one man to beat, and 15 metres to run. Mission accomplished!

Kieran Wilkinson narrowly missed the conversion from a tight angle leaving Sale to run down the last few minutes and secure a vital 5 points from this hard fought encounter.

Final Score Sale FC 37 – Birmingham Moseley 30

Kieran Wilkinson in full flow kicking the ball for a conversion (c) Mark Ferriss Photography

Sale v Birmingham Moseley

Team announcement for tomorrow’s game v Birmingham Moseley here at the CorpAcq Stadium.

Here is your starting line up to face Birmingham Moseley here at the CorpAcq Stadium, with a 3pm kick off. Tomorrow, we have 3 players making their home debuts for the club.

Recent signings Emiliano Calle Rivas starts at Fly Half, with Robbie Povey and Ed O’Keefe on the bench. For more details on the team please use the following link here

If you would like to take advantage of our Non-Members Triple Ticket Offer for the next three home games – 16th February v Birmingham Moseley, 23rd February v Darlington Mowden Park and 2nd March v Blackheath Rugby, then use the following link to book your tickets

Walking Rugby makes big stride forwards

Sale FC’s Walking Rugby makes steps in the right direction.

As part of Sale FC Rugby’s continued drive within its Community programme, Walking Rugby has made great strides forwards since its introduction earlier this season.

Walking Rugby was set up with the help of Sale Sharks Community Trust initially, before they handed the reigns over to Junior Coach Matt Hulme to continue on the sessions.

During each session participants who are both male and female, and of all ages come along to enjoy a different type of exercise, within the context of the game of rugby, that is run in a sociable and friendly atmosphere here on a Monday Evening from 6.30pm.

Importantly, it doesn’t matter whether you have played the game before, as the club welcomes all comers to the sessions. To read more about these sessions please follow the link here

Our Walking Rugby participants after a Monday Evening session here a the CorpAcq Stadium (c) Sale FC Rugby

For more information about these sessions please contact Marketing@salefc.com