Glamorgan Wanderers go in search of their first win at Beddau on Saturday and make five changes to the side that started at Newbridge last week.
"The start of the season doesn't get any easier for us, the players realise now that in this division you have to front up if you want to be successful," commented Wanderers head coach Chris Ower
"Beddau are a formidable outfit, especially at home," added forwards coach Matthew Bolton
The Wanderers are able to welcome back the experience of Gareth Cull into the starting line-up and he is joined in the backs by Lloyd Thomas, Dan Lovell and Sion Summers who all get their first start of the season.
In the pack John George returns to the boiler house after missing last week in the only change to the forwards. Haval Ibrahim comes into the squad after transferring from Llanishen.
Glamorgan Wanderers 15 Sion Summers 14 Dan Lovell 13 Ciaran O'Driscoll 12 Lloyd Thomas 11 Joe Xiberras 10 Gareth Cull 9 Harry Trelawny; 1 Steffan Simpson 2 Mike Catris 3 Dan Evans 4 John George 5 Gareth Knight 6 Lee Highgate (capt) 7 Nick Hampson 8 Dan Crimmins
Replacements: 16 Haval Ibrahim 17 Ryan Beddows 18 Carl Kimber 19 Tim Cronin 20 Ian Overton
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