London Scottish to make several changes in the back line ahead of Pirates match (From Falmouth Packet)
London Scottish to make several changes in the back line ahead of Pirates match
London Scottish are set to make several changes in the back line ahead of their match with the Cornish Pirates on Saturday.
Joe Ajuwa will make his first appearance for London Scottish, while there is a return to the starting line up for wing Miles Mantella.
In the pack, James Kellard come into the back row for Lewis Calder, whilst Tyler Hotson and Paul Spivey re-unite in the second row.
Former Redruth player Mark Bright will start at number eight.
Director of Rugby Simon Amor has called for his side to show more consistency, starting this weekend.
Amor: "We set exceptionally high standards as a group at London Scottish and we fell well below these on Friday.
"Our performances to date at The Athletic Ground have been encouraging in parts although we have lacked consistency. We've scored some good tries although we need to find that consistency coupled with our continued progression in our defence."
"Most importantly, the team will look to play with passion and pride which is at the very heart of London Scottish."
London Scottish side: 15 James Love, 14 Joe Ajuwa, 13 Jim Thompson, 12 Dave McCall, 11 Miles Mantella, 10 Phil Godman, 9 Richard Bolt
1 Alex Clarke, 2 Harry Allen, 3 Colin Quigley, 4 Paul Spivey, 5 Tyler Hotson
6 Chevvy Pennycook, 7 James Kellard, 8 Mark Bright
Substitutes: 16 Adam Kwasnicki, 17 Alex MacKenzie, 18 Sam Twomey
19 Ben Lonergan, 20 Joe Trayfoot, 21 Ross Samson, 22 Simon Whatling