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Cornish Pirates vs Plymouth
7:03am 27th December 2014
The Cornish Pirates are back in Championship action ... and it is the derby.
Our lads are up at Plymouth Albion hoping to continue their run off good form over the Tamar.
Player and coach Gavin Cattle told Pirate FM: "League form and cup form goes out the window. Both teams will be trying to impose their game plans but that sometimes gets overridden by the emotion of the game so I think whoever copes best with those emotions will come out on top.
"We've got quite a good record in terms of beating Plymouth over the last eleven occasions. It'd be lovely to make it twelve but we're just looking at the four or five points available for the league and we'll try and focus on that because history is history."
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