GREGORY SEBASTIEN is hoping he will get the chance to make his Plymouth Albion home debut on Saturday when Esher visit Brickfields (3pm).
The French flanker pulled on an Albion shirt for the first time last weekend in city side’s controversial 26-19 defeat at Coventry.
“I really enjoyed my first game,” he said. “I had a little bit of pressure on me, but I enjoyed it.”
However, he really wants to run out at Brickfields in front of Albion’s passionate fans.
But first he has to overcame a shoulder injury and earn selection.
“I could play my first game at home this Saturday, if my shoulder is good,” he said. “Last week I was hurt on my shoulder, but if that is okay and I am in the team then I would be really happy to play my first game at home.
“I saw the home game two weeks ago against Fylde and there was a very good atmosphere. All the people were supporting the Albion team, which is very nice for the players.
“I think this Saturday is a big game and hopefully we can win.”