End of Season 5 Test Tour

Discussion in 'Seasonal Rugby' started by HeathDavisSpeed, Sep 23, 2014.

  1. HeathDavisSpeed HT Davis

    This season, the Seasonal Rugby Championship will be touring Samoa. Both developmental and Test squads will be assembled for a whirlwind tour of the Pacific Island.

    The scheduled games are:

    1. Samoa vs. Seasonal Rugby Rookies
    2. Samoa vs. Reserves Select XV
    3. Samoa vs. Seasonal Rugby XV (First Test)
    4. Samoa vs. Seasonal Rugby XV (Second Test)
    5. Samoa vs. Seasonal Rugby XV (Third Test)

    Squads for these games will be announced in due course.
     
  2. HeathDavisSpeed HT Davis

    Squad Announcement

    Rookies

    1. Kovana Solosolo
    2. Soft Steel
    3. Isaac Dipper
    4. Tool Man
    5. Yeeb
    6. Antone Sciappapetre
    7. Anthony Couch
    8. Bosh Burger
    9. Fourie van der Westhuizen
    10. Dan Larkinson
    11. Girve Swervington
    12. Darren Cave
    13. Bobrad Smith
    14. Alex Mediocre
    15. Uve Locity

    16. Cunning Stunt
    17. Henry Daman
    18. Reagan Wheelson
    19. Maroon Faithful
    20. Senor Slippy
    21. Helen Huntsface
    22. Matt James

    Reserve Select XV

    1. Niru Gurupur
    2. Chris Smith
    3. Clayton Evans
    4. Yeeb
    5. John McGrath
    6. Charlie Downes
    7. JD Hurricane
    8. Pretzel Spark
    9. Fourie van der Westhuizen
    10. Dan Larkinson
    11. Girve Swervington
    12. Bobrad Smith
    13. Sam Green
    14. Truman Lee
    15. Sticky Phlegm

    16. Antone Sciappapetre
    17. Zohaib Ikram
    18. Hache Emm
    19. Chris Raftery
    20. Ishan Narang
    21. Hal Teja
    22. Matt James

    Test Squad

    PROPS
    Wes Welker (Gamblers)
    Benny Read (Gamblers)
    Os Du Toit (Crabs)
    Aaron O'Neill (Gamblers)

    HOOKERS
    Tom Delonge (Vikings)
    Eddie Morris (Sharks)
    Alan Izett (Spartans)

    LOCKS
    Heath Davis (Spartans)
    James McDougal (Sharks)
    Sam Verigotta (Sharks)

    FLANKERS
    Callum Laing (Spartans)
    Ben Manera (Vikings)
    Geraint Martyn (Crabs)
    Siege Morgan (Vikings)

    NUMBER 8'S
    Brett Gemmell (Gamblers)
    Marcuss Deane (Spartans)

    SCRUM HALVES
    Rob Cribb (Spartans)
    Sam Bakkum (Sharks)

    FLY HALVES
    Ed Ames (Hurricanes)
    Aaron Hunt (Vikings)

    WINGERS
    Andrew James (Vikings)
    Regan Hutchinson(Sharks)
    Lucas Schaw (Spartans)
    Matt Dorn (Spartans)

    CENTRES
    Gareth Weaver (Hurricanes)
    Stephen Cambridge (Vikings)
    John Heads (Crabs)
    Geoff Smith (Spartans)

    FULLBACKS
    Bobby Blunder (Spartans)
    Ginger Furball (Crabs)
     
    Last edited: Oct 14, 2014
  3. the_killerz S Bakkum

    Fuck yes!
     
  4. azzal AJ O'Neill

    Can i be made available fore hooker aswell? :p
     
  5. Jabba HJ Bots

    7 kiwi backs and only 2 forwards after winning the representative comp :fistshake:
     
  6. HeathDavisSpeed HT Davis

    For sure.
     
  7. jimmy_c8 MC James

    Good to be part of the Rookies and Reserves side
     
  8. Gazza GJ Weaver

    Only 2 canes :(
     
  9. AVA T Delonge

    2 too many imo.
     
  10. Furball G Furball

    4 Crabs v 6 Sharks is ITSTL.
     
  11. Hurricane JD Hurricane

    You have to turn tricks to make the team.

    #Notbitter

    (Just winding you up Heef I have bigger issues in my life to deal with than non selection in a cricsim XV)

    Cheers
     
    Last edited: Oct 3, 2014
  12. HeathDavisSpeed HT Davis

    Furball made an impassioned plea for Skippos to be picked.
     
  13. Baxter MJ Deane

    Quite a number of changes from last season I imagine
     
  14. stupersteve03 SJ Cambridge

    It's a strong squad. I'm ready for action but I doubt I'm getting much time if North South is anything to go by.
     
  15. HeathDavisSpeed HT Davis

    I expect we'll have a possibles vs. probables match and any outstanding performances in that game are likely to earn a player a starting berth.
     
  16. BoyBlunder BOY Blunder

    1 man pack though
     
  17. Hurricane JD Hurricane

    I am not fussed as my focuses at the moment are reading through a 150 page ebook on B2B marketing and then losing 5kgs.

    But my reflections on the matter are that regardless of Skippos being picked if the North South games (where I was man of the match in one game) had any bearing at all on the test match selection then I should have been one of the first names on the team sheet regardless of position. That said it makes it hard for me to be picked for a test side when I am only a bench player in club rugby and I think that fact was not lost on the selector.
     
    Last edited: Oct 4, 2014
  18. Boobidy BJ Gemmell

    Enjoy the bench, Baxter.
     
  19. Arheiner SIA Yates

    We've got enough top-tier players for their positions that 6 Sharks shouldn't be surprising, hell I must've missed this quite narrowly with Gemmell being marginally better at NvS.
     
  20. Boobidy BJ Gemmell

    Clearly better*
     

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