Adam Jones misses out on a return to the Arms Park, while England stars Mike Brown, Joe
Marler, Danny Care, Marland Yarde and Chris Robshaw are all given a rest.
The Great Players -- Learn about legends like Johnny Unitas, Jim Brown, Joe
Namath, Lynn Swann, Roger Staubach and Joe Montana
HSLA coaches from Edward VI Sixth Form College (in blue) Daniel Brown, Joe
Farmer, Sam Greening, James Washbourne, James Husselbury, Adam Raynes, Asten |Edmund, Ryan Clarke, Justin Miller, Jack Matts, Kate Fellows and Sophie Pritchard, with Oak Wood students (in white), Clare Leeson and principal Esther Maughan
Jake Jervis, Mark Brown, Joe
Cardle, Graham Carey, Antonio Reguero, Terry Dunfield, Benedict Frempah, Abdoulaye Meite, Ruben Palazuelos, Steven Saunders and Darvydas Sernas are being released while Filip Kiss and Cameron Burgess will return to parent clubs after loan deals.
Harlequins lead 2-1 but Wasps won the last meeting between the two clubs in January and the visitors will be without England quartet Chris Robshaw, Mike Brown, Joe
Marler and Nick Easter at the Ricoh Arena.
Stockton District: Ryan Kirby (C), Sam Naylor, Jordan Burnup (St Michael's), Dan Brown, Joe
Rogers, Ryan Johnson, Oliver Ketteringham, Shoaib Kahn (Conyers), Ewan Gray, Arthur Connolly, Jacob Owen, Dan Johnson (Egglescliffe), Joe McGill (Ian Ramsey), Kallam Genery (North Shore), Jordan Jaques (Northfield).
Based on a 1990 novel by Larry Brown, Joe
centres on the titular ex-con (Cage), who works long hours in the backwoods of Texas as foreman of a team of labourers who poison sickly trees so they can be replaced with healthy specimens.
And it cer today's fellow Bro Bu an Ch Yet Yarde for a And it certainly helps that today's squad will include fellow 'Quins Mike Brown, Joe
Marler, Rob Buchanan, Danny Care and England captain Chris Robshaw.
BROOKLYN NETS -- Named Paul Westphal, John Welch, Tony Brown, Joe
Wolf and Jay Humphries assistant coaches and Jim Sann assistant coach/advance scout.
Front: Alfie Brown, Joe
Burnley, Tristan Cartwright, Josh Preece, Finlay Juhasz-McColl Picture by Eric Kershaw (zyhudd190114nethker)
WIDNES VIKINGS: Rhys Hanbury, Paddy Flynn, Stefan Marsh, Chris Dean, Jack Owens, Kevin Brown, Joe
Mellor, Alex Gerrard, Liam Carberry, Eamon O'Carroll, Danny Galea, Danny Tickle, Hep Cahill.
Grainger Park notched through Robbie Smith but it was only a consolation as Whitley Bay BC took the three points by virtue of goals from Charlie Young, Matty Walker, Owen Brown, Joe
Ryland and Harvey Malton (2).