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Your News 5 new comers in England Deaf Squad

ENGLAND Deaf have included five newcomers in their squad for their match against the Essex Bishops XV at Braintree on Sunday October 24 (1.30pm).

The quintet of newcomers includes Bletchleys Josh Sprules who was invited to train with the England Deaf squad by director of rugby Tony Stoyles last season.

Sprules will be joined by Sheffield Oaks winger Andrew Flook, Hertford centre Simon Lawrence, Shoreham back-row Barney Reed and Wheatleys Adam Russell as likely debutants against Essexs veterans side.

England will have an hour-long coaching session with Mike Ford, the defence coach of the England senior side, before they taken on the county XV in their first match of the season.

England will assemble in Braintree on Saturday October 23 for a morning of activities at the local Elms Stansted car dealership including a competition to see how many of them can fit into the new Mini Countryman car.

Englands second match in their build-up to their post-Christmas internationals against Wales and Scotland is against Northamptonshire Police at Old Northamptonians on November 7 (12 noon).

England Deaf squad: Tim Aldridge (Twickenham), Richard Austin (Old Brentwoods), Joshua Corcoran (Hertford), Simon Cottom (South Leicester), Ceri Thomas (Brighton), Adam Faulkner (Wharfedale), Len Fincham (South Leicester), Andrew Flook (Sheffield Oaks), Rob Hill (Chinnor), Guy Lavery (Cheeky Ladies London), Simon Lawrence (Hertford), Mark Lewis (Brighton), Kris Mannering (Richmond), Daniel McAllister (Luton), Brett Pruce (Aylestone St James), Barney Reed (Shoreham), Adam Russell (Wheatley), Josh Sprules (Bletchley), Rhys Stickings (Thanet Wanderers), Nick Todd (Petersfield), Bob Turner (Old Leamingtonians).

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