No changes for Supermarine
SUPERMARINE coach Sean Millwaters intends to stick with his reshuffled side when they travel to East Dorset in the Dorset & Wilts Senior Vase tomorrow.
Marine won by a single point away at Melksham last weekend despite making 10 changes to the team which lost Minety the previous week, with a host of players fielded in unfamiliar positions.
Number eight Dai Wilson particularly shone after being moved to prop and Millwaters has backed his new look team to do it again in the Vase quarter-final tie.
“We’ve got a trip down to Bournemouth and hopefully we will be able to keep the team together because last week we played really well,” he said.
“The team played that well that as long as the availability is good there is not any reason for us to change it round again and we will stick with that now.
“You’re only as good as your last result and we need to keep that rolling this weekend against a hard East Dorset side.
“It’s about making key decisions at key times and we were really pleased with how things went last weekend, and we got the rub of the green too which is something we’ve not always had in the past.
“If we can replicate last weekend’s rugby I think we can beat anyone and that’s the key, but it’s going to be a hard game for us.”
Wootton Bassett are also in cup action this weekend as they host Corsham in the Dorset & Wilts Intermediate Cup quarter-finals.
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