Paterson to skipper Saints in Mobbs Memorial match

Michael Paterson will skipper the Saints in the Mobbs Memorial match at Franklin's Gardens tonight (7.45pm).

Wednesday, 13th April 2016, 2:13 pm
Updated Wednesday, 13th April 2016, 2:17 pm
Michael Paterson, who came on as a replacement at Saracens on Saturday, will skipper Saints in the Mobbs Memorial match (picture: Kirsty Edmonds)

The Saints side contains a number of first-team players for the clash with the British Army, including Tom Collins, Ethan Waller and Gareth Denman.

James Grayson, son of Northampton legend Paul Grayson, starts at fly-half, while Matti Wiliams, usually seen at hooker for Saints, will line up at inside centre.

Tiaki Harrison, brother of first-team star Teimana Harrison, is among the replacements.

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Tickets for the game are £10 for adults and £3 for juniors, concessions and armed forces personnel and veterans.

All proceeds will support the charitable aims of the Mobbs Memorial fund, meaning this game is not included in the 2015/16 season ticket package.

Saints: Furbank; Packman, Hutchinson, Williams, Collins; Grayson, Duchesne; E Waller, Fish, Denman; Moon, Onojaife; Paterson (c), Ludlam, Bennett.

Replacements: Rayment, Beesley, Parkins, Hobbs-Awoyemi, Cardall, Harrison, Emery, Dingwall, Strachan.