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Thursday, May 19, 2016

Denver vs. San Francisco Starting Line-ups


The line-ups are in for tomorrow's match between Denver and San Francisco at Infinity Park. There aren't many changes for either team. The Denver back line remains unchanged but is some movement in the forwards. Chris Baumann returns to the bench and Luke White comes in at prop. Casey Rock and Brodie Orth both come into the starting line-up at lock. Logan Collins will move to the back-row where he joins last week's starters Hanco Germishuys and Pedrie Wannenburg. On the bench are a handful of players that were a part of the Glendale Raptors PRP championship

San Francisco have made more changes. A knock suffered by Pat Latu a few weeks back has him on the bench. Brendan Daly is now free to play more regularly after having finished his season with SFGG. He joins up with David Tameilau who moves to the locks. Bill Fukofuka will make his debut for the club at Number Eight. He's a young player, just 20 years old, and has played for Southland in the ITM Cup and with the Tonga U-20 team. In the backs the line-up is pretty much the same except with Michael Haley coming in for Jake Anderson.

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Denver

Forwards: Luke White, Nick Wallace, Ben Tarr, Casey Rock, Brodie Orth, Logan Collins, Hanco Germishuys, Pedrie Wannenburg

Backs: Niku Kruger, Will Magie, Timana Tahu, Ata Malifa, Chad London, Mike Garrity, Max De Achaval

Bench: Jake Turnbull, Zach Fenoglio, Chris Baumann, Christian Wiessing, Peter Dahl, Mose Timoteo, Martin Knoetze, Dustin Croy

San Francisco

Forwards: Niko Lolohea, Jay Finau, Fancy Namulaulau, Brendan Daly, David Tameilau, Siupeli Sakalia, Sam Finau, Bill Fukofuka

Backs: Michael Reid, Volney Rouse, Pila Iongi, Orene Ai'i, Nick Blevins, Michael Haley, Martini Talapusi

Bench: Codi Jones, Maka Tameilau, Patrick Latu, Isaac Helu, Jack O'Hara, Devereaux Ferris, Junior Helu, Jake Anderson


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