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Head Coach James Scaysbrook spoke to us about what he expects from his team on the weekend and Scott Makepeace being brought in to the starting line up.

“I think we are defiantly seeing some improvements and some good transfer from what we have been doing in training”.

“From the weekend there was defiantly a lot of positives coming out, we also saw some areas we need to work on as well. So in terms of keeping our foot on the pedal as it were, our own internal process and how we are doing things and the improvements we need to make as a team are the big drivers for us at the moment and the players are very determined to make improvements so hopefully, that will ensure a good performance because of the process-driven approach”.

“Scott (Makepeace) will return back, he has trained really well. He certainly a really combative and competitive character, it was evident at the weekend and he’s certainly been doing that for the last few weeks in training hopefully, he’ll be bringing that this weekend”.


For the full pre-match interview with James Scaysbrook and Hooker Jamie Salter click the link!:

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