Campbell back as leaders head in

WITH a near full-strength squad at his disposal, Jordan Reynolds is, starting tomorrow at home to Barnes, hoping Guernsey can deliver the performances he  says have been lacking in recent weeks.

Settling in well: Tom Pool arrived from Bristol in the summer and has made the No. 7 shirt his own, for the time being at least. (Picture by Mike Marshall, 1273068)
Settling in well: Tom Pool arrived from Bristol in the summer and has made the No. 7 shirt his own, for the time being at least. (Picture by Mike Marshall, 1273068)

WITH a near full-strength squad at his disposal, Jordan Reynolds is, starting tomorrow at home to Barnes, hoping Guernsey can deliver the performances he  says have been lacking in recent weeks.

The Sarnians have started off life in National Three with three wins from four despite missing some key names. They currently sit fourth, but tomorrow host the league leaders.

For that clash at Footes Lane, coach Reynolds welcomes back fit-again captain Blair Campbell at fly half as his options are being bolstered by the week.

‘Having Blair back is a massive bonus. He is the only fly-half on the island who does what he can do,’ Reynolds explained.

‘In recent weeks we have had to chop and change our team a lot, which hasn’t helped our performances.'