Ulster Rugby v Glasgow Warriors

it's when you have the day o‰ you have to go and take your mind o‰ it. "That's always been a big benefit for me back home so it's just finding something here to do that. "It's obviously a pretty long pre- season. We've only done a few weeks here ourselves but you get the sense that everyone is keen to get out on the field. It's a bit of a di‰erent situation for us, coming straight from a season but I know Sam (Carter) and I are pretty keen to get out there and play a bit, especially when it's a hard deck. "There's been a lot of learning, coming into a new environment and with a lot of new ideas, so it's going out and putting them into place that makes things a bit more comfortable." On the subject of comfort, Faddes can play right across the backline. His versatility sure to be an asset to Dan McFarland. "Going through high school, I played a bit of 10, wing, 13 and you pick up those di‰erent skills and cues," he says. "Whenever I came onto the Otago scene, I was all over the show as well. It's something you get used to. "I prefer the midfield but I really enjoy wing and full-back as well. Any game I can be involved in is good for me."


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