Men’s Blues Squad To Face British Police



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The British Police Squad in New York 2015

The Men’s Blues face new opposition in the shape of the British Police at Iffley Road on Tuesday evening, kick-off 7.15pm as they look to build on their recent victory over the Croatian National team in Zagreb a week last Saturday. Captain Fergus Taylor and coach James Wade are using this game to rest a few key players, Taylor himself being one, along with centre Henry Hughes and No 8 Will Wilson, this however gives other players an opportunity to press their claims for inclusion in the final 23 come December. Returning from injury is young back-row forward Jacob Goss who looked good in his 60 minutes for the Greyhounds last Saturday against Bristol University, with OURFC Men’s Team Secretary Captaining the side in Taylor’s absence.

Another large crowd is expected at Iffley Road so please take note of the important information below, to ensure your visit to support the Blues is an enjoyable one.

The Jackdaw Lane gate and Pavilion bar will be open from 6.15pm and the Iffley Road gate at 6.30pm. Entry is £5 for adults and £3 for concessions (over 60’s, under 18’s & students). Please note the normal parking restrictions apply, with parking in the ground strictly for permit holders only, please visit the Contact Us section of the website for alternative places to park.

Squad in alphabetical order, for the starting XV and replacements, please click through the fixtures section of the website.

Daniel Barley, James Beaufils, George Blomfield, Paul Childs, Ed David, Tom Dyer, Matt Geiger, Christian Goldsmith, Jacob Goss, Andrew Grant, Sebastian Haddock, John Aaron Henry, Alex Hogg, Hugo Lu, Graeme MacGilchrist, Jonathan Marsden, Dylan McGagh, Hugo McPherson, Joe Miller, Noah Miller, Joseph Morris, Tom Stileman, Basil Strang, William Thornton

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