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Seaford Rugby - Nathan Jibulu & Jonny Green

Nathan & Jonny played for Quins U23s last night.
Nathan Jibulu & Jonny Green
Nathan Jibulu & Jonny Green

 

Nathan Jibulu and Jonny Green played for Quins U23s last night. Seaford's Director of Sport, Liam Doubler, said: "It was fantastic to see current 1stXV Captain Jonny Green and Old Seafordian Nathan Jibulu playing for Quins U23s last night. It was a great win vs Combined Services. Top job gents!"

 

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