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Wanderers' will be hampered by ...
Wanderers' will be hampered by the non-availability of skipper Brendan McGroarty who has personal commitments abroad, but he will be back for next week's testing league encounter against Marr.
GREENOCK Wanderers' new captain Brendan McGroarty has had a baptism of fire in his first season as skipper - but he is leading by example as the local club battle to ensure that they achieve national league rugby status next term.
The Greenock three-quarter line looks ...
The Greenock three-quarter line looks strong with skipper Brendan McGroarty and Kieren Smith partnered together at centre and Gregor Fletcher and Kris Mathie occupying the wing berths.
With the visitors' defensive considerations likely to be focused on McGroarty
and Smith, Tyley may well find space to make a telling contribution in the wide channels once defenders are sucked in and room appears.
Monday's Telegraph sports section will include a special profile on Wanderers' new captain Brendan McGroarty and a match report on tomorrow's reserve game will appear later in the week.
For Wanderers' skipper ...
For Wanderers' skipper Brendan McGroarty inspired the comeback and he was ably assisted by his entire team who showed great appetite for the fray.
In particular, Alan McMichael, Callum Robb and Ryan McGhee caught the eye up front and McGroarty
, Leigh Tyley and Andy McDougall showed great industry behind the scrum.
Wanderers looked shell-shocked but skipper McGroarty rallied his troops and they eventually gained a foothold in Hamilton territory.
In the final moments of the game scorer turned provider this time when McGroarty
blasted through the centre channel and when snared close to the line Gregor Fletcher was on hand to take the pass and touchdown to complete the scoring.
Brendan McGroarty, ...
Brendan McGroarty, Inverclyde rugby development officer, was delighted with the effort all the players put in and declared himself impressed with some of the tough tackling and rapid running that was on display.
was also pleased to see so many newcomers to the sport getting involved.
Brendan, who is also Wanderers' vice captain, said: "Greenock Wanderers would be delighted if even a fraction of the 96 young rugby novices were to consider joining the club, as everyone on the day seemed to really enjoy themselves despite a bit of rain.