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Cinderford will give debuts to three new ings when they make the journey to Manchester, to play Sale FC on Saturday 2pm for the first game of the National League One season.
The Foresters have been buoyed by an undefeated pre-season playing programme involving games against Llandovery, Newport and Hinckley - however, director of rugby Paul Morris is under no illusions that Sale will be a step up in class. We played them in the first game of the new year in Manchester and they were very good," he said. We have a lot of respect for them but we want to come away from Manchester with a lot of respect for ourselves.
Cinderford will give debuts to blind side Mat Gilbert, full back Ed Sheldon and fly half James Butler, while openside Joe Mullis makes his first start as a contracted Cinderford player having ly played as a dual registered player with Gloucester Rugby and young second row Tyler Jerrum will make his debut from the bench. Gilbert, 33, has been ed on loan from Hartpury and the ex Scarlets, Bath and Worcester Warriors player has fitted in well with the Foresters.
John and Mark have always been helpful to Cinderford and this is a good ing for us. Butler, 30, was ed from Cheltenham Saracens during pre season but is now in a second spell at Cinderford. Butler also had a brief spell at Richmond a few years ago. His character and enthusiasm has been infectious.
He has been an exciting addition to our squad. We are not in awe of anyone or jealous of anyone. We know what we can do and how we want to play. We have to stick to our principles. By Mark Halliwell. Subscribe We use your -up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you.
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