England in SA

One change for SA Barbarians

2012-06-11 18:07
Samora Fihlani (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - The SA Barbarians (South) team have made one change to their line-up for the match against England at GWK Park in Kimberley on Wednesday (kick off 15h00).

Replacement lock Ben Venter is injured and was replaced in the squad on Monday by Border team-mate Samora Fihlani.


SA Barbarians (South):

15-Jacquin Jansen (Boland); 14-Cornal Hendricks (Boland), 13-Kempie Rautenbach (SWD), 12-Wayne Stevens (EP Kings, captain), 11-Norman Nelson (EP Kings); 10-Elgar Watts (Boland), 9-Boela Abrahams (EP Kings), 8-Jacques Engelbrecht (EP Kings), 7-Shaun Raubenheimer (SWD), 6-Mpho Mbiyozo (EP Kings), 5-David Bulbring (EP Kings), 4-Nolan Clark (Boland), 3-Ross Geldenhuys (Boland), 2-Hannes Franklin (EP Kings), 1-Corne Fourie (Pumas).

Substitutes: 16-Clemen Lewis (Boland), 17-Dean Hopp (SWD), 18-Samora Fihlani (Border), 19-Zandre Jordaan (Boland), 20-Ntando Kebe (Border), 21-Ricardo Croy (Boland), 22-Ntabeni Dukisa (Border).


15-Alex Goode; 14-David Strettle, 13-Anthony Allen, 12-Jordan Turner-Hall, 11-Christian Wade; 10-Charlie Hodgson, 9-Danny Care; 8-Thomas Waldrom, 7-Carl Fearns, 6-James Haskell; 5-George Robson (captain), 4-Graham Kitchener; 3-Paul Doran Jones, 2-Joe Gray, 1-Matt Mullan

Substitutes: 16-Tom Youngs, 17-Rupert Harden, 18-Tom Palmer, 19-Jamie Gibson, 20-Lee Dickson, 21-George Lowe, 22-Nick Abendanon


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