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ian giles hellenic footballSaracens Reserves - 10 November

Former Tytherington Rocks boss Ian Logan-Giles has returned to Cheltenham Saracens to take over as reserve team manager.

He will run the side along with his son, 21-year-old Alex Giles de Brincat, with Ryan Goodson also part of the coaching set-up.


Sara's Travel To Rocks - 8 September

Former Cheltenham Town youngster Cleo Hoare has been added to Cheltenham Saracens' squad for tomorrow's Hellenic League Division One West trip to Tytherington Rocks.

Hoare, now 25, played for John Brough in the Robins' youth set-up and also appeared for Saracens during Gerry Oldham's reign as manager.

Carl Griffiths is also included in the 15-man group to face the Rocks, but four players miss out through suspension and skipper Jamie Martin is unavailable. Teejay Hosking, Ryan Smith, Elliot Green and Karl Palmer are all serving bans.

Tytherington are managed by former Saracens joint boss Ian Giles, who was due to run the second team at Petersfield Park before taking the Rocks job.


Improvement Anticipated At Saracen's - 11 August

carter willie hellenic footballCarter Willie has returned to Cheltenham Saracens and believes the Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One West club are in for a far more successful season than last year.

Saracens struggled for numbers and suffered some heavy defeats before Ryan Betteridge and Marcus Finch finally brought about some stability near the end of the campaign. They are now looking in a far healthier position, with Betteridge now supported by Stuart Mitchinson and Mike Rhodes.

Willie (pictured) was with Saracens as a youngster, although he was a goalkeeper until the age of 17. Now a striker, he has been playing for Cardiff Metropolitan University during his sport and physical education degree.Before that he represented Gloucestershire during his time at Hartpury College. "I would like to win the league with Saracens and feel we have a good chance with a strong squad now," he said. "I am aiming to do well, score a few goals and get back to 100 per cent fitness after a few months out travelling."

Saracens start their season at home to Woodstock Town on Saturday (3pm) at Petersfield Park.


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