Cameron Neild & James Flynn are looking to push on in the first team this season, following their first tries for the club last weekend.
Neild & Flynn both crossed the whitewash in the second half of the Sharks' victory over Leicester Tigers in the Kings of the North. Speaking in Lisbon at the squad's Training Camp, they couldn't hide their excitement about scoring for Sale.
Jokingly, Neild said: "I quite like the feeling of scoring a try! It was a great feeling to get over from 5m and score a try for the club."
Flynn described his first try for the Sharks: "It started from a driving maul, and then following a few phases, the ball came squirted out and I pounced on it and took my opportunity!
"Scoring tries is always a special occasion but especially when you do it for a club like Sale Sharks, so I was delighted."
In the first two games of the tournament, Neild has played flanker, and he has enjoyed the challenge of playing somewhere else: "I've been playing there to get some match fitness ahead of the new season.
"I do enjoy playing flanker - I have previously played their for the Sharks & England Age Groups - however in the long term, I do see myself as a hooker."
Both Neild & Flynn admit they want to break into the first team ahead of the upcoming Aviva Premiership season. Flynn said: "I just need to be ready for the chance. When I'm given the opportunity, I need to make the most out of it. Hopefully the more chances I am given, the better I'll play."
Neild added: "I want to keep progressing into the first team, and get as much game time as possible, whether that be for the first team or for the Jets. It is great learning off fellow hookers Neil Briggs and Tommy Taylor, and hopefully that will make me a better player too."
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