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Cornish Pirates v. Leeds
7:01am 21st April 2012
The Cornish Pirates travel to Leeds knowing they are already through to the semi-finals of the Championship play-offs.
Last week's victory over Bedford secured the place.
Coach Ian Davies says the boys will be working hard: "If we win and Bedford don't against Rotherham, then we would top the pool which would mean a change in the semi-finals that we would be playing. So obviously we'll be going all out to win the game.
"It looks as though we're playing Bristol in the semi-finals. They beat us at their place, we beat them here. They've been the form team all year. We're under no illusions it's going to be a really tough battle. But I think all four sides in the semi-finals, any one of them could win the Championship".
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