MATT Williams has urged his fringe players to make the most of their opportunity when injury-hit Chinnor take on Broadstreet tomorrow.

The National League 2 South high-fliers travel to the West Midlands with five forwards sidelined.

Nick Bingham, Joe Hutchinson, Joe Green, Will Bordill, and Jack Ramshaw all miss out.

Chinnor make ten changes in total, two positional, from the side which beat Tonbridge Juddians six days ago.

But they are boosted by the return of Alex Bradley (ankle) and George Oliver (concussion) as they bid to continue their unbeaten start to the season.

Director of rugby Williams is urging his players to relish the chance.

And pointed to Tom Ranaboldo, who scored a try off the bench on his debut last week, as an example.

He said: “If you want to go on and win the league you need a big squad, but you don’t want to change your team unnecessarily.

“We have a big squad for these moments and boys have to take their opportunity and if they do they will remain in the team, it’s as simple as that.

“Tom Ranaboldo came off the bench for his debut, played well, scored a try, and now he’s starting.

“It doesn’t matter why you get your chance, you need to take it.”

Kieran Goss, Greg Goodfellow, Orisi Nawaqaliva and Tom Price return, while Andrew Stobbs and Ross Parkins make their first starts of the season.

Henley Hawks travel to Wimbledon, with head coach Pete Davies making one change as Alan Awcock returns.

They will also be without prop Dave Manning for the next four months due to work commitments.

But Hawks have signed Joe Morris on loan from Worcester Warriors as a replacement.


Chinnor (v Broadstreet, away): Goss, Barnes, Dancer, Nawaqaliva, Chesters, Bentley, Goodfellow, Price, Stobbs, Gilding, Ranaboldo, Manning, Parkins, Oliver, Bradley. Reps: Mason, Turner, Waddingham, Gliksten, Hibberd.

Henley Hawks (v Wimbledon, away): O’Neill, Andre, Awcock, Perry, Portland, Butler, Jackson, Cook, Emery, Primett, Clements, Albon, Hyde, Bell, Lowe. Reps: Morris, Wunder, Tibbatts, Janes, White.