Danny Herriott is one of five players who will be trying to help Moseley in their battle against relegation from The Championship.
The prop has experienced the highs of an Under-20 Six Nations title-winning campaign already this year, and helped the Wanderers reach the Aviva 'A' League semi-finals. But he says that the experience of playing in a tough environment like The Championship is also crucial in helping him develop as a player.
"We've only got a few games left for Moseley, and I'm hoping to get as much game time as I can either off the bench or hopefully as a starter to gain some more experience," Herriott commented.
"We've had our ups and downs. There's a good bunch of players at Moseley and I've enjoyed coming off the bench to help them as much as I can, getting wins at places like Plymouth.
"It's a real boost, scrumming against some of the top Championship players and holding your own. It's good experience for me playing in a tough league."
Herriott has been named on Moseley's replacements bench for tomorrow's game against London Scottish alongside Ethan Waller and Sam Dickinson, with scrum-half Ryan Glynn and prop Tom Warren both starting at Billesley Common.
Meanwhile at Cambridge's Volac Park Senior Academy trio Teimana Harrison, Darrell Dyer and Will Hooley will line up for the Blood and Sands in their National League One clash against Old Albanians. Harrison and Dyer will pack down on the flanks, with Hooley starting on the bench.