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Stone Priestley-Nangle

Sale FC 33 v 14 Canterbury RFC – National League D1 – 11th January 2020, Heywood Road, Sale, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom, (Credit Image: Gareth Lyons for Sale F.C. 2020)
Stone Priestley-Nangle
The Jamaican 7’s team featuring Stone as Captain
Stone Priestley-Nangle (Back Row 2nd From the Left)

Quick fire questions

What’s your full Name?

Stone Priestley-Nangle

What position do you play?

Back row

When did you start playing rugby?

Under 9s

What’s your proudest moment in rugby?

Representing England and also Jamaica. Both my nationalities

What advice would you give to our minis and junior players who want to improve their game?

Don’t stress yourself. Just enjoy the playing with your mates for fun and enjoy getting better

Outside of rugby what makes you smile?

Peep show or beating Dicko on fifa

If you didn’t play rugby, what sport would you play instead and who for?

Football , anywhere up top alongside Thierry Henry

Do you have a nickname? If so, what is it?

SPN or nangers never needed one really

Best player you’ve played with?

Freddie Burns

Best player you’ve played against?

Dan braid

Profile

Stone is a dynamic back row player who has already appeared at Heywood Road as part of the Sale Jets Team back in March.

Stone has also played alongside former Sale FC and Sale Sharks player Paolo Odogwu at Leicester Tigers Academy and  is a stand out Sevens Player having appeared in the Singha Sevens with Leicester Tigers and represented Jamaica.

Highlights Video

Jake Barron

RUGBY IN 9 QUESTIONS

  1. How old were you when you first played rugby?​ 9 when I changed schools
  2. What was your first club? ​Market Rasen & Louth RUFC
  3. Favourite player of all time? ​Jerry Collins
  4. Best player you’ve played with/against? ​Myself / Manu Tuilagi
  5. Player you wished you’d played with/against?  Jonah Lomu
  6. Best rugby memory? ​Getting promoted with Sale FC & winning player of the season that year.
  7. Worst rugby memory? ​Rupturing my Achilles
  8. Any advice to a child wanting to play rugby? ​Just enjoy it.
  9. Any advice to the parent of a child wanting to play rugby? ​I wouldn’t have played at the level I have without my parents, so be the taxi / kit man / cook / fan club chairmen & hopefully you’ll enjoy that as much as I have playing!