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U21's Take on the Tigers
Posted by southstander on July 20 2005 - 10:54:52

John Back
by Matthew Horton

The Rhinos Senior Academy return to action tomorrow night after a week off when they entertain Castleford at Scatchered Lane, the home of Morley RFC.

The game kicks off at 7.30pm and entry is free.

We preview the game here.

The Rhinos welcome back John Gallagher to the fold after 2 months out with a broken wrist and will begin his comeback on the interchange. The knee injury to Luke Burgess causes a reshuffle in both the backs and the forwards. Lee Smith returns on the wing and Matt Gardner moved inside the centre position. In the pack Jason Hart moves into the front row and Chris Buttery get his spot in the second row. Danny Ireland and Joe Walsh get the call from the Under 18's.

The Rhinos line up is 1. Jordan Tansey, 2. Lee Smith, 3. Ashley Gibson, 4. Matt Gardner, 5. Danny Williams, 6. Scott Murrell, 7. Iain Gordon, 8. Jason Hart, 9. Jamie I'Anson, 10. Luke Stenchion, 11. Chris Buttery, 12. Jason Golden, 13. Carl Ablett, 14. John Gallagher, 15. Danny Ireland, 16. Dave Tootill, 17. Joe Walsh.

While the Rhinos had the Bye last week Castleford, under the coaching of Brad Davis, will be looking to bounce back from a 50-14 home defeat against the Widnes Vikings. The teams met back in May when the Rhinos were 42-18 victors at the Jungle. Caldon Bravo was a notable absentee for the Tigers last week, but they pose a threat through half Dominic Brambani who got game time in First Grade last season.

If your in the area get down to Scatchered Lane to cheer the boys on, your support is appreciated.

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