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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

QPR Report Wednesday Snippets: QPR Squad Prepare For First Italy Game

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Posted on: Tue 20 Jul 2010
- The Queens Park Rangers squad have arrived safely in Italy ahead of tomorrow night's tour opener against Equipe Romagna at lo Stadio dei Pini.
- The travelling contingent touched down at 18.00pm local time following a comfortable two hour flight from London Gatwick.
- The R's squad will undergo a light training session on Wednesday morning, before all focus turns to our fourth pre-season friendly of the campaign on Wednesday evening.
- *We'll be bringing you daily updates from the tour exclusively on www.qpr.co.uk, whilst QPR Player subscribers will be able to watch exclusive video content throughout the week. To sign up to QPR Player - for just £3.99 a month - click here" QPR

QPR Official Site - TOUR BLOG: DAY ONE
Posted on: Wed 21 Jul 2010
- It proved to be a straightforward flight out of London Gatwick, despite Keith Curle's best efforts to derail me personally, by attempting to nick my passport before we left Harlington.
Thankfully, I'm an experienced pro at these pre-season tours nowadays, and managed to spot his so-called 'banter' before we'd even left the training ground.

The flight departed on time and although Hogan Ephraim, Leon Clarke and Josh Parker all insisted on sitting together by plonking themselves on one single row midway back on the plane, the squad were pretty spread out.

I - for the record - slept for the entire journey, as did the likes of Paddy Kenny, whose outrageously sized headphones ensured he wasn't being disturbed one bit.

So, we landed safe and sound and despite a one hour coach journey - which extended to almost an hour and a half owing to traffic - we arrived at the Palace Hotel at around 8.00pm local time, with the temperature still in the mid 80's.

A brief meeting with the gaffer followed, before our first meal of the tour.

Now, when I say meal, I really mean banquet. This was an evening dinner designed for Kings - with everything and anything you could possibly wish for being catered for in the luxury surroundings of the impressive dining room. Fish, pasta, salad, meats - you name it, they've got it.

Wednesday promises to be a long day, with breakfast at 8.00am followed by a light training session an hour later, before all attention turns to tonight's fixture against Equipe Romagna at lo Stadio dei Pini (9.00pm kick-off local time).

I'll let you know how that went in the morning...

(Blog entry by Ian Taylor) QPR

QPR Xi 3 Saltash United 2 Report

Ivybridge striker Dennis Mason joins QPR to peg back Saltash United

Saltash United...2 QPR XI...3

IVYBRIDGE striker Dennis Mason made a surprise appearance for Queen's Park Rangers' second string as they scored three times in the final 14 minutes to complete an impressive comeback at Kimberley Stadium.

The former Millbrook assistant manager Dave Graddon had recommended Mason to Rangers' coach, Ronnie Jepson, who is now on Neil Warnock's coaching staff at Loftus Road and is in charge of the Londoners for their pre-season friendlies at Saltash and Taunton.

"Ronnie phoned me last Saturday to ask if I wanted to play some part in the game at Saltash on the Monday," said Mason.

Jepson was as good as his word as he brought him on at a stage when Rangers were 2-0 down.

"Rangers were playing a 4-5-1 formation and I was told to play out wide on the right and that was perfect for me as I saw a lot of the ball," said Mason.

And Mason's performance was good enough for Jepson to invite him back for the game at Taunton 48 hours later.

"Ronnie told me I would be starting this time which is great and I now have to perform and continue to create an impression as at 24 years old these chances rarely come along," Mason added.

Yet it was Saltash who were to shake their opponents, who did include four of their first-team squad in their starting line-up, by taking a 2-0 lead.

To be fair Rangers had their chances to score but found new Ashes goalkeeper Paul Hider in superb form, making several fine saves to deny the visitors a goal until he went off 25 minutes from time.

Saltash had given their visitors a warning when Marc Thorne's superb volley forced a good save out of Elvijs Putnins, at the second attempt, before their luck held when Max Hemer's thunderous header came back off Hider's bar.

Saltash struck on 32 minutes Paul Chuwen's right-wing ball was superbly controlled by Sam Hughes before he slotted past Putnins.

Rangers started strongly after the break but Hider made several fine saves before the home side notched their second goal on 58 minutes. Matt Cusack cut in from the left and his drive was deflected into the path of brother Aaron, who gratefully slammed the ball into the back of the R's net.

Ashes boss Kevin Hendy made wholesale changes to his line-up and that was the turning point as Jack Dixon, who had replaced Hider, could only deflect Jordan Hibbert's low cross-shot into the path of Rowan Vines, who gratefully tapped the ball into an empty net.

Just seven minutes had elapsed when Rangers struck again as Joe Oastler's corner somehow found its way through to Danny Fitzsimmons who hammered a low shot home from 10 yards.

Rangers were now on top, and notched their winner four minutes from time as Ramone Rose rifled the ball home, from the edge of the area, through a crowded penalty box.
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