NOTTINGHAM will unleash the big guns in Friday's
must-win British and Irish Cup match against Melrose.
Locked and loaded:
Nottingham Rugby's Joe Duffey says Nottignham Rugby is determined
to get back to winning ways on Friday.
The Green and Whites sit bottom of Pool 8 with a solitary point
from two games, but have a chance of progressing to the next stage
of the competition with four group games still to play.
As Nottingham ride high in the RFU Championship, sitting third
after 11 games, head coach Martin Haag has hinted that the two-week
hiatus from league action, to play both home and away Cup ties
against Melrose, will not be allowed to disrupt momentum as his
main men are made available for selection.
A turn-around in Cup fortunes is the target this week, with
players going to all new lengths to ensure they are firing at their
best by going skeet shooting at the Nottingham Gun Club yesterday
(Tuesday, December 4).
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