CARDIFF BLUES: Matthew Morgan; Aled Summerhill, Garyn Smith, Steven Shingler, Blaine Scully; Gareth Anscombe (capt), Lloyd Williams; Rhys Gill, Kirby Myhill, Taufa'ao Filise, Damian Welch, James
Down, Macauley Cook, Olly Robinson, Josh Turnbull Reps: Ethan Lewis, Brad Thyer, Dillon Lewis, Ben Murphy, Alun Lawrence, Lewis Jones, Harri Millard, Max Llewellyn.
The seven who got 30 years were Ronnie Biggs, Gordon Goody, Charlie Wilson, Tommy Wisbey, Bobby Welch, James
Hussey and Roy James.
CARDIFF BLUES: Gareth Anscombe; Alex Cuthbert, Garyn Smith, Rey Lee-Lo, Blaine Scully; Jarrod Evans, Lloyd Williams; Gethin Jenkins (capt), Matthew Rees, Dillon Lewis, Damian Welch, James
Down, Macauley Cook, Josh Navidi, Ellis Jenkins.
Adorning the walls were large black and white photographs of iconic movie stars of yesteryear including Steve McQueen, Raquel Welch, James
Dean, Audrey Hepburn and a wistful Marilyn Monroe.
Alex Tait will make his 100th appearance for the Falcons, while Tom Catterick, Will Welch, James
Hudson and Carlo del Fava all again miss out through injury.
Newcastle quartet Jonny Golding, Will Welch, James
Hudson and Luke Fielden are all among the early names to have been floated as potential call-ups for the game, which takes place on Saturday, November 17 at Castle Park.
by officers Richard Welch, James
Hisman, Christopher Willoughby and Joanne Duggan and charged with domestic assault and battery.
Seven of the defendants - Ronald Biggs, Charles Wilson, Douglas Goody, Thomas Wisbey, Robert Welch, James
Hussey and Roy James - were jailed for 30 years each.
Woolton Warriors (Khalil Gibbons, Jack Draper, Eric Cassidy) edged out rivals Woolton Warriors White (Joe Tummino, Ben Wilson) 3-2 and Sudley (Alex Northover, Michael Welch, James
Fiswick) beat Kings thorne Colts by the samemargin.
Seven of the defendants - Ronnie Biggs, Charles Wilson, Douglas Goody, Thomas Wisbey, Robert Welch, James
Hussey and Roy James - were jailed for 30 years each
For the next three years, he danced with BalletMet, performing in works by Welch, James
Kudelka, and Susan Hadley, as well as Balanchine.
But for Banchory's brave souls - Neil Bayfield, Don French, John Cairns, David Welch, James
Myles, Steve Williams and Stewart Ashton - this could be their final season.