Keep up to date with the latest news delivered direct to your Inbox.
Cornish Pirates Championship Final
1:47pm 30th May 2012
The Cornish Pirates prepare to do battle with London Welsh.
It is the second leg of the Championship play off later.
Our boys lost 21 points to 37 at The Mennaye in the first tie.
Backs Coach Harvey Biljon says they could not play any worse:
"They've already spoken this week about letting down their supporters, letting themselves down and I think waiting for this next game has felt like an eternity. They just want to get on the field and play now"
Kick off is at 7.45pm at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford.
Cornish Pirates: R. Cook, G. Pointer, P. Burgess, A. Suniula, D. Doherty, C. Thomas, G. Cattle (capt), K. Marriott, D. Ward, D. Ewers , I. Nimmo, L. McGlone, A. Paver, Rob Elloway, C. Rimmer.
Replacements: Ryan Storer, Mike Myerscough, Ben Maidment, Tom Kessell, Tom Cooper, M. Evans, Rhodri McAtee.
London Welsh: 15. Alex Davies, 14. Nick Scott, 13. James Lewis, 12. Hudson Tonga'uiha, 11. Joe Ajuwa, 10. Gordon Ross, 9. Rob Lewis, 1. Max Lahiff, 2. Dan George, 3. James Tideswell, 4. Martin Purdy, 5. Matt Corker, 6. Jon Mills, 7. Mike Denbee, 8. Ed Jackson.
Replacements: 16. Vili Ma'asi, 17. Billy Moss, 18. Greg Bateman, 19. Lee Beach, 20. Ben Russell, 21. Jack Moates, 22. Seb Jewell.
Share This StoryTweet
David Cassidy reveals he has dementia after forgetting songs
Showbiz News: Former teen idol David Cassidy has revealed he has dementia, after forgetting the words to his own songs during concerts last weekend.
'British IS bomber' Ronald Fiddler was former Guantanamo detainee
World News: A British man said by Islamic State to have detonated a suicide bomb attacking Iraqi forces in Mosul is former Guantanamo Bay detainee Ronald Fiddler, Sky sources have said.
British Cycling 'may have crossed ethical lines' - UK Sport Chairman
Sports News: British Cycling may have crossed ethical lines in its treatment of athletes in the past, according to the chairman of UK Sport Rod Carr.
Newspaper apologises after using Baldwin SNL photo instead of Trump
Strange News: A newspaper in the Dominican Republic has had to apologise to readers after it mistakenly used a photo of Alec Baldwin impersonating Donald Trump instead of the US President himself.