Men’s Blues Squad To Face Trinity College Dublin

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OURFC welcome old adversaries Trinity College Dublin to Iffley Road on Tuesday night as the Men’s Blues look to take make it two wine in a row after last week’s last gasp victory over Hartpury, kick off is at the slightly earlier time of 7.00pm. This is an important match for the Blues Captain Conor Kearns as he comes up against his former university and teammates, so he will be looking for his current team to dig deep and put in a performance similar to the one that saw the team overcome Old Blue in New York back in September. The team is very similar to the one that run out last Wednesday night, but they welcome back Team Secretary Ed David on the wing and hooker John Aaron Henry to the bench.

With this being an attractive fixture, a 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.

1. Kieran Ball * (Trinity) 2. Ed Elvin (St Hugh’s) 3. Noah Miller (St Peter’s) 4. Ollie Adams (Lady Margaret Hall) 5. Lisi Fifita (St Edmund Hall)  6. Rob Talotti (Peter’s) 7. Will Thornton * (Lady Margaret Hall) 8. Will Wilson * (Keble) 9. Tom Kershaw * (Worcester) 10. Conor Kearns * (Jesus) Capt. 11. Ed David * (St Hilda’s) 12. Sam Moorby (Queen’s) 13. Dan Barley (St Edmund Hall) 14. Tom Stileman * (St Peter’s) 15. Sam Edgerley (St Catherine’s)

Replacements:

16. John Aaron Henry (Somerville) 17. Mike Gorry (Jesus) 18. Ben Parker (Brasenose) 19. Hugo McPherson (Lady Margaret Hall) 20. Charlie Pozniak (St Benet’s Hall)  21. Alex Hogg * (Keble) 22. Dylan McGagh (Magdalen) 23. Dan Moor # (Christ Church) 24. Pete Moore (St Edmund Hall)

* Denotes Blue

# Denotes International

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