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Cornish Pirates V. Bristol
8:02am 19th February 2012
It is a top of the table clash at the Mennaye Field.
The Pirates face Championship frontrunners Bristol later, as the play-offs loom.
Our boys suffered a narrow defeat the last time the sides met.
Coach Ian Davies is expecting another tough game: "Confidence is OK at the moment but we're under no illusions that it's going to be a really tough battle against Bristol. They're top of the table and thoroughly deserve to be there. Their back line has got a lot of experienced players and it'll be a battle, not only in the forwards but the backs as well, because we've got some good runners too".
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