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RUGBY: Cornwall vs Gloucester
7:01am 17th May 2014
Cornwall take on Gloucester in the county championship.
They have warned the opponents they are "ready to go to war".
It is after their ten try blitzing against the North Midlands..
Coach Graham Dawe is cautious about their chances.
He said: "We are quite apprehensive because of the tradition and strength of Gloucester over the years, and a lot of their players are playing in a higher level than our players, so we are a bit apprehensive but glad to have a second game at home.
"We have said all week that we have to keep our feet on the ground, and we have to start nil-nil on Saturday and work hard, you know, we have got some momentum but we are always entering into the unknown in a completion like this, so we are just happy to be where we are and score those points last time out, but we have got to repeat it again for our supporters this time."7:01am 17th May 2014
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