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Sale FC Vs Sedgley Tigers

Preview

In anticipation of our local derby tomorrow. Where second place Sale FC travel to 3rd Place Sedgley Tigers, we have our team details for you below.  Last match was a tight game with Sale FC narrowly winning 25-24.  This is going to be a very big game!  See you there.

Sedgley Park v Sale 1st XV

Our Team Sheet

Sale Run Riot at Heywood Road

Sale FC 63 v Wharfedale 22

This was a match with 13 tries and a home debut for Paolo Odogwu, for those of you who were there, we now know what all the fuss was about.  16 stone of Paolo in full flow is something that I’m sure Wharfedale will be quite comfortable not seeing again anytime soon.  Having said that, Wharfedale went home with a bonus point from four tries, two from long range intercepts.

Full match report here

 

 

 

Part one of the video highlights Part Two are on the Sale FC Rugby TV Page

Sale Shine In The Sun

Sale travelled for the first time ever to Scunthorpe for a fixture against a depleted team struggling for survival in National 2 North.  A nine try haul on a boggy pitch was a fitting return for the tight professional way the team managed the heavy conditions.

Full Time Sale FC 61 Scunthorpe 7

Full match here

Match Statistics here

Sale FC Rugby TV is on its way

Over the next few months we will be developing Sale FC Rugby TV to bring post game highlights for those of you who can’t get there or just want to watch again.  Sale TV Highlights will be found under Sale FC Rugby TV.  This week we bring you the game from Harrogate v Sale in Harrogate and next week we will have highlights of the Scunthorpe game.  We will also endeavour to have pre and post match interviews with players and coaches so you can get all the latest information and views as we go.

 

Sale V Harrogate Preview

This is another must win game for Sale. If we want to put the playoff spot out of the reach of Leicester Lions and Sedgley Park as well as pushing toward a home draw for the playoff, we need to get at least 4 points against a tricky 11th placed Harrogate team.  Four of Harrogate’s eight victories this season have arrived in 2017, so they are on a bit of a roll.

In late October we managed the full five points, with tries from Joe “Donut” Kelly, Tom Ailes, Jack Moorhouse and Scott Rawlings. The first session was an even affair with the teams coming in 13-13 at halftime.  The set piece struggled with Harrogate’s power at times, as well as the referee’s interpretations of the scrum, but eventually we pulled away in the final 20.  More of the same this weekend should see us with a clear pathway to the playoff, but, this league is a tough place and we can’t be complacent.