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London Wasps Sting Llanelli Scarlets

Tuesday 13th December 2005

12:00 am (GMT)

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- 13/12/2005 16:19

- 13/12/2005 16:19

London Wasps are looking to make amends for a disappointing performance at Stradey Park last Sunday when they run out against Llanelli again this Sunday at the Causeway Stadium.

Director of Rugby Ian McGeechan has named a strong line up to face the Scarlets, although missing from the line up is Joe Worsley, who took a knock in training this week but should be available for Wasps Guinness Premiership clash with Gloucester on Boxing Day.

In five changes to the starting personnel, Alistair Mckenzie wins a place in the front row alongside Tim Payne, who moves from loose to tight head. Also in the pack John Hart returns in place of Worsley.

In the back line Mark Van Gisbergen is restored as full back after starting on the bench for Wasps last two matches and Josh Lewsey, who Van Gisebergen takes over from as No15, moves to the centre to partner Stuart Abbott. Alex King retains his fly half berth, but has a change of partner as Eoin Reddan comes in for Matt Dawson as scrum half.

Looking forward to the match the Wasps Director of Rugby said, “It is very important for us to be playing the quality of rugby that we aspire to on Sunday. Its going to be a very good test for us facing Llanelli again, after they played very well against us last weekend.”

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London Wasps Sting Llanelli Scarlets

Tuesday 13th December 2005

12:00 am (GMT)

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London Wasps responded to last weekend’s loss to the Scarlets at Stradey Park with a 48-14 romp at the Causeway Stadium.

The home side scored six-tries, and in doing so scuppered the Scarlets’ slim hopes of a final eight place.

England winger Tom Voyce scored a hat-trick and there were tries for Josh Lewsey, George Skivington and Raphael Ibanez as Wasps belatedly discovered their European form.

Wasps led 27-7 at the interval and this was by some distance their best performance of the season.

The racked up the points in a free flowing second half performance, with Voyce catching the eye with a succession of flambouyent scores.

Frenchman Ibanez won the Heineken Cup man-of-the-match award to please the home faithful.


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