Team News for 25th Jan 2009

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Carlisle rely on the same team that started the game at Driffield last week for the visit of Morpeth.  The visitors are on equal league points to Carlisle but are one place ahead on the points scored differential.

In the autumn match in the north east, Carlisle hardly “got off the bus” and put in a disappointing performance.

Stephane Helies, who had a good game against his former team mates in Yorkshire continues at full back.

Centre are Liam Nicholls and Chris HArris at 12 & 13 respectively with Matt Charters on the right wing and Dan Holmes keeping his slot at 11 after his full debut last week.

Aidan Day comes back into the second row after going off injured last week.  He displaces the unlucky Martin Grealish who deputised ably at Driffield.  He has a place on the bench.

Aidan Day - recovered from a knock at Driffield last Saturday.

Aidan Day - recovered from a knock at Driffield last Saturday.

 

Nigel Arismandez continues at five and the flankers are Mark Barron and Bobby Sherlock, with Lee Brumpton as pivot.

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Barron - powerful and aggresive wing forward.

Mark Barron - powerful and aggresive wing forward.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bobby Sherlock - effective flanker and line out specialist.

Bobby Sherlock - effective flanker and line out specialist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Allan and Martin Plummer make up the bench.

For the full team look under 1st XV “team selection”.

The Crusaders are at home too, to Morpeth Reivers, and will be seeking to improve on their disappointing showing at Darlington Mowden Park last week.  The Reivers will be seeking to avenge a narrow defeat on their own turf earlier in the season so the Crusaders will need to be on their mettle.

John Bowman - a consistent performer for the Crusaders.

John Bowman - a consistent performer for the Crusaders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the full team selection look under Crusaders “team selection”.

The Hornets are away at Egremont in the Cumbria Shield League and doubtless will help their hosts to celebrate the official opening of the new clubhouse at Bleach Green.