Instonians RFC Notes I XV v Greystones RFC I XV – Preview + Squad Announced HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!

Instonians RFC Notes I XV v Greystones RFC I XV – Preview + Squad Announced HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!

Instonians Team to Play Home to Greystones in All Ireland League on sat 2nd Nov

Instonians will hope to field a nearly unchanged side from the one that lost by 2 points in their last encounter at Boyne.

This time at home they will face a stern test from Greystones, a team they have rarely beaten in recent years.

Key points:

1 Harry martin – his return made a big impact to the scrum last week at Boyne
6 Peter Stewart – moving from 2nd row to blindside
7 Patrick Marks – moving to openside in place of the injured Josh Atkinson
9 Matthew Keane –regains his starting place at scrumhalf after playing well from the bench
15 Nico Andress – getting another chance to show what he can do at fullback

Starting 15:

1 Harry martin – his return made a big impact to the scrum last week at Boyne
2 Paddy Bell – continuing at hooker
3 Josh Cregan – getting better with every game
4 James La Broy – 1st start at 1st XV after solid showings from the bench
5 Lewis Jones – hopes to pass a late injury test
6 Peter Stewart – moving from 2nd row to blindside
7 Patrick Marks – moving to openside in place of the injured Josh Atkinson
8 Andy McKeen – available once more, his composure at the back of the scrum was missed
9 Matthew Keane –regains his starting place at scrumhalf after playing well from the bench
10 Ryan Aperehama – from New Zealand. Continues at outhalf, hoping his kicking is better
11 Matthew McClelland – ex Rainey player
12 Robbie Kirk – doing well at 12, has to past late fitness test
13 Richard Fegan – getting better at 13
14 Matt Kilpatrick
15 Nico Andress – getting another chance to show what he can do at fullback

Subs – extremely strong bench that will have an impact

James Carruthers – exciting hooker straight out of school
Alan Whitten – mobile prop, brother of ex-ulster centre Ian Whitten
Mark Wilson – ex ulster ravens 2nd row, dragged out of retirement
Ben Scott – utility back straight out of school
Conor Young – exciting Ulster U20s scrumhalf