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Blackadder shuffles his backline


Written by Rob Otto (robdylan)

Posted in :Original Content, Super Rugby on 12 Mar 2014 at 10:26
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Crusaders coach Todd Blackadder seem to be reacting out of a combination of anger and panic, having made wholesale changes to the side that bumbled to a single-point win over the Stormers in Christchurch last week. The side to face the Rebels in Melbourne sees plenty of movement indeed.

Colin Slade moves into the flyhalf channel this week, paving the way for Israel Dagg to take over at fullback. Tom Taylor and Ryan Crotty each move one space further out, with Nafi Tuitavake returning at right wing for Johnny McNicholl, who shifts to the left. Int he final change, veteran Andy Ellis starts at scrumhalf for the injured Willi Heinz.

The only change to the starting pack comes at hooker, where Ben Funnell replaces Corey Flynn, the latter having broken his eye socket during last week’s match.

Crusaders:

1. Wyatt Crockett
2. Ben Funnell
3. Owen Franks
4. Luke Romano
5. Samuel Whitelock
6. Luke Whitelock
7. Matt Todd
8. Kieran Read (c)
9. Andy Ellis
10. Colin Slade
11. Johnny McNicholl
12. Tom Taylor
13. Ryan Crotty (vc)
14. Nafi Tuitavake
15. Israel Dagg

RESERVES:
16. Codie Taylor
17. Tim Perry
18. Nepo Laulala
19. Dominic Bird
20. Jordan Taufua
21. Mitchell Drummond
22. Kieron Fonotia
23. Nemani Nadolo



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