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Scots name side for Emerald Headingley clash

Scots name side for Emerald Headingley clash

London Scottish have named their side for the Friday night game against Yorkshire Carnegie at Emerald Headingley.

London Scottish have named their side for the Friday night game against Yorkshire Carnegie at Emerald Headingley.

There are a number of changes after the loss away to Coventry last week as the exiles look to add to their two wins this season.

Jordan Brodley returns to start in the front row, as does Richard Palframan who replaces Phil Cringle who picked up a back injury against Coventry. American international Dino Waldren is named among the replacements for the first time this season. Jared Saunders continues at hooker with Billy Harding named as a replacement.

The rest of the pack is unchanged yet again with Byron Hodge, Tjiuee Uanivi, James Tyas, Lewis Wynne and Mark Bright all retaining their spots.

Grayson Hart starts at nine with Rory Brand named on the bench after an impressive debut last weekend at Butts Park Arena.

Rory Jennings was handed a five-week suspension earlier this week so Jacob Perry will start at fly half.  Henari Veratau continues at 12 and is partnered by Matt Williams who is on loan from London Irish and will make his second appearance after playing in the win away at Bedford Blues.

Joe Luca Smith moves back to full back and joins Charlie Ingall and hat trick try scorer last week Rob Stevenson who are named on the wings.

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Two new faces are among the replacements as prop Ollie Dawe could make his debut after joining the club last week on dual-registration. Levi Douglas is also named on the bench. Douglas is a big ball carrier on loan from Bath and has appeared for London Scottish two seasons ago. Miles Mantella is named in the squad for the first time after picking up a hamstring injury in Round One against Richmond.

 London Scottish: 1. Jordan Brodley 2. Jared Saunders 3. Richard Palframan 4. Byron Hodge 5. Tjiuee Uanivi 6. James Tyas 7. Lewis Wynne 8. Mark Bright (c); 9. Grayson Hart 10. Jacob Perry 11. Rob Stevenson 12. Henari Veratau 13. Matt Williams 14. Charlie Ingall 15. Joe Luca Smith

Replacements: 16. Billy Harding 17. Ollie Dawe 18. Dino Waldren 19. Levi Douglas 20. Rory Brand 21. Matt Davidson 22. Miles Mantella

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