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Pirate FM Rugby
7:01am 26th November 2011
The Cornish Pirates hope to bounce back from disappointment against Bristol.
Our lads are away to Doncaster later.
It is after last weekend's defeat knocked them off the top of the table.
Backs' Coach Harvey Biljon says, "I know for a lot of the players and I know for the coaches, we've not got over it yet. Saying that, it means the game at Doncaster becomes more important. We need to put a performance in for eighty minutes and not just have highlights during the game".
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