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Cornish Pirates Tighten Game
7:01am 6th October 2012
The Cornish Pirates are expecting a tough test away to London Scottish on Saturday.
Our guys drew at Doncaster last week.
Coach Harvey Biljohn said with defeats to Newcastle and Bristol before that they are going all out for top points: "We've had a good training week. We've discussed areas of the game we need to concentrate a little bit more in. I think we can go to London Scottish and feel confident we can come away with something.
"They've earned their spurs, they've stayed in the league and now they're definitely a team that wants to push themselves forwards. We know it's going to be difficult, but I don't think there's an easy game in the championship."7:01am 6th October 2012
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