Wasps name co-captains for Worcester A league clash

Date: 9 Apr 2018


Scrum half Will Porter and back-rower Tom Willis share the captaincy duties for Wasps as the A League concludes tonight.

Worcester Cavaliers are the visitors to Broadstreet (7.30pm kick off) for the final round of Northern Conference action.
Tonight’s visitors are seeking a seasonal double over their hosts following their 32-6 success at Sixways in October, but regardless of the result neither club is able to progress to the semi-finals.
Porter, who switches bench and starting roles with Craig Hampson, is the only change made to the back division which started against Northampton Wanderers last Monday.
This means Oxford University guest Dan Moor, who scored twice at Franklin’s Gardens, retains his place on the right wing.
Paul Doran Jones provides experience in the front five where he is joined by hooker TJ Harris and lock Marcus Garratt.
Willis starts at No.8 alongside Will Owen and Wasps under 18 Kieran Curran.

Wasps A:
15 Owain James
14 Dan Moor (Oxford Univ)
13 Cameron Anderson
12 Connor Eastgate
11 Alex Goble (Nottingham)
10 Sunni Jardine (Dulwich College)
9 Will Porter (co-captain)
1 Jack Higgins (Coventry)
2 TJ Harris
3 Paul Doran Jones
4 Marcus Garratt
5 Paul Hamber (Bishop Burton College)
6 Kieran Curran
7 Will Owen
8 Tom Willis (co-capt)
Replacements:
16 Aaron Thompson (Bishop Burton College)
17 Jamie Jack (Nottingham)
18 George Davis (Loughborough Students)
19 Will Hall (Bishop Burton College)
20 George Cox (Nottingham)
21 Craig Hampson
22 Taju Atta
23 Ben Palmer (Coventry)

Worcester Cavaliers: Nick David; Tom Howe, Ollie Lawrence, Will Butler (capt), Alex Hearle; Sam Olver, Grayson Hart; Kai Owen (Coventry RFC), Beck Cutting, Simon Kerrod; Ted Hill, James Scott; Alafoti Faosiliva, Matt Cox, Tom Dodd.
Replacements: Matti Williams, Stefan Thorpe (Stourbridge RFC), Joe Morris, Huw Taylor, Andrew Durutalo, Will Lane (Warriors Under 18s/Malvern College), Tom Heathcote, Rob Lester (Warriors Under 18s/Worcester Sixth Form College)

Referee: Matthew O’Grady