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7:02am 20th October 2012

The Cornish Pirates make the long trip to Scotland in the British and Irish Cup.

They take on Dundee after victory against Carmarthen Quins in round one.

Coach Harvey Biljon knows it could be a tough test - with the home side new to the competition...

“Your whole approach to the fixture means it’s all about everything we do and just your awareness when you’re out there on picking up trends on the opposition.

“We’ve got a good result against Camarthen Quins. If we get another good result it puts us near the top of the pool and we’ve just got to keep on building on that”  

Cornish Pirates:   J. Nowell, G. Pointer, A. Cheesman, T. Bedford, B. Mercer, A. Penberthy, T. Kessell, L. McGlone (capt), P. Burgess, B. Maidment, D. Barry, D. Lyons, B. Prescott, J. Yeandle, P. Andrew.

Replacements:   R. Storer, D. Semmens, P. Joyce, G. Johnson, R. Coote, T. Riley, J. Wigglesworth.

7:02am 20th October 2012

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