Wanderers’ semi-shootout rearranged

Tom Collins scored two cracking tries last time the Wanderers played at the Gardens © www.atsportphoto.com

Fixture News Wanderers’ semi-shootout rearranged

Leicester’s defeat to Sale on Monday evening meant the Wanderers booked an Aviva ‘A’ League semi-final without even playing, but their meeting with Gloucester has been rearranged for Monday, November 4th, with a home tie in the last four at stake in the Franklin’s Gardens tie.

The Cherry and Whites will come to town all guns blazing and knowing that victory will be enough to leapfrog their hosts – provided they match the Wanderers in terms of a try bonus.

For the home side meanwhile, maintaining their unbeaten home record will get the job done and make it three Gardens knockout ties in a row. At worst, two bonus points in defeat and preventing Gloucester from scoring a maximum would get the job done.

Kick-off is the usual Monday evening time of 7:30pm, with Season Ticket Holders, Saints Nation members and Bernie’s Gang juniors receiving free entry!

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