Kendal Preview

By Dave Picken - March 12 2020
Kendal Preview Matters beyond our control may ultimately curtail this season. Regardless, while we are not mathematically relegated yet,  with a handful of games left we are 28 points adrift of safety.

So it is very much a matter of building for next season. Jack Harrison (pictured) was the latest  former Academy player to make his debut against Moortown last week - becoming the 46th player to wear the first team shirt this season. Only Rollo hasn't come  through our minis and juniors.

On the other wing  18-year-old Owen Westhorp finished the game off with a try in the corner. He keeps his shirt for the visit of mid-table Kendal (kick off 3.00) who could find themselves in the relegation dogfight if their next few games don't go their way.

A lot of the younger players will be in action for the Stags at Rovers with the Firsts benefitting from the return of Chris Atkins, who has had an outstanding season, and the tenacious Max Tennant.

Carl Miller has made a major impact on his return to action and moves across to the flank with young James Borthwick earning his place alongside last week's Man of the Match Jake Linighan.

West: Zac Southern, Owen Westhorp, Will Hilditch, Lewis Scott, Max Tennant, Ollie Connolly, Ryan Painter (capt), Danny Cookland, Andrew Rollins, Adam Coates, Jake Linighan, James Borthwick, Carl Miller, Adam Briown, Chris Atkins.

Changes: Liam Pennick, Ben Armstrong, Harry Mayes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Kendal Preview
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13/03/2020 09:51
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Re: Kendal Preview
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14/03/2020 10:51
Best of luck guys . GO WEST!

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