London Scottish have made four changes to the starting line-up as they head to Headingley to face Yorkshire Carnegie on Saturday evening at 18:00.

Mark Bright will become just the fourth London Scot to make 100 appearances for the club, and the captain will be looking to mark the occasion with a memorable victory.

James Hallam replaces James Gibbons in the front row, whilst Rory Bartle will join Chris Walker and Mark Bright in the back-row, with Chevvy Pennycook left out.

Russell Weir starts his first match for the Scots after joining in the summer, and the Scotland Sevens representative is joined by Oli Grove at fly-half in a new look half-back pairing.

Jason Harries, who has scored twice already this season partners Drew Locke in the centre, with Miles Mantella starting on the wing for the first time in the 15/16 campaign.

On the bench Kurt Schonert will look to make his first appearance for the club, academy bursary duo Alex Brown and Ben Calder will want to impress, and Harlequins dual-registration pair Matt Shields and Joe Marchant will also look to make an impact for the Scots.

Head Coach Peter Richards said: "We know that this will be a tough match with Yorkshire currently top of the table but we can take confidence from two good performances against Ealing and Bedford."

"There is great competition in our squad which is shown by the changes that we have made and we expect the players to push each other for starting positions.”

London Scottish squad to play Yorkshire Carnegie at Headingley on Saturday, 26th September, 18:00 kick-off.

1 James Hallam
2 Adam Kwasnicki
3 Max Maidment
4 Josh Thomas Brown
5 Will Carrick Smith
6 Rory Bartle
7 Chris Walker
8 Mark Bright (c)

9 Russell Weir
10 Oli Grove
11 Miles Mantella
12 Jason Harries
13 Drew Locke
14 Matt Williams
15 Peter Lydon

Replacements:

16 Kurt Schonert
17 David Cherry
18 Matt Shields
19 Neale Patrick
20 Alex Brown
21 Ben Calder
22 Joe Marchant