By Haden Tye
Kieran Hallett has named his team for Albion’s final game of the season, making six changes to the team that won 7-48 away at Blackheath last Saturday.
Albion’s win at Blackheath last week meant that Kieran’s side had won 12 consecutive games, with this week’s game against Cambridge the opportunity for number 13.
Kieran’s most notable change is the inclusion of Harrison Cully, who comes in on the wing for Robin Wedlake, who moves to the centre in place of Dean Squire. There is a change at scrum-half, with Cameron Setter returning to the side for Matthew Shepherd who is on the bench.
Billy Keast and Tom Cowan-Dickie return to the side in place of Samuel Nixon and Rupert Freestone, whilst Nile Dacres starts for the last time before his move to Coventry in place of Samuel Holmes. Sam Daly is included for George Mills at flanker.
The last game Albion lost was on Saturday 7 January and Kieran will be hoping that his team can wrap the season up nicely and end on a 13 game winning-run.
First team: 15 Dan Powell, 14 Matthew Crosscombe, 13 Robin Wedlake, 12 Harry Strong, 11 Harrison Cully, 10 Harvey Skinner, 21 Cameron Setter, 1 William Keast, 2 Tom Cowan-Dickie, 3 Dan Pullinger, 4 Nile Dacres, 5 Dan Collier, 6 Rupert Cooper, 7 Sam Daly, 8 Herbie Stupple.
Replacements: 16 Samuel Nixon, 17 Daniel Williams, 18 James Salter, 19 George Mills, 20 Matthew Shepherd.