Monye returns as Harlequins name team for London Welsh

12:15 06 September 2012

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Harlequins' Ugo Monye is back in the side after injury. Photo: Mike Egerton/EMPICS Sport

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Harlequins have named their team to face London Welsh in their Aviva Premiership clash at the Twickenham stoop tomorrow.

Ugo Monye returns from injury to start on the wing, enabling George Lowe to return to his more familiar outside centre position where he partners Jordan Turner-Hall.

Karl Dickson, who made a great impact from the bench against London Wasps, starts at scrum-half, with last week’s man of the match Nick Evans at out half.

There is one change among the forwards from last Saturday, Tom Guest starts in the back-row with Maurie Fa’asavalu and captain, Chris Robshaw.

Ben Botica, who has yet to make his senior debut, is named among the replacements after kicking 17 points in Monday night’s Aviva ‘A’ League game against Saracens Storm.

15. Mike Brown 14. Tom Williams 13. George Lowe 12. Jordan Turner-Hall 11. Ugo Monye 10. Nick Evans 9. Karl Dickson 1. Joe Marler 2. Joe Gray 3. James Johnston 4. Olly Kohn 5. George Robson 6. Maurie Fa’asavalu 7. Chris Robshaw (c) 8. Tom Guest. Replacements: 16. Rob Buchanan 17. Darryl Marfo 18.Kyle Sinckler 19. Charlie Matthews 20. Nick Easter 21. Danny Care 22. Ben Botica 23. Matt Hopper

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