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Re: Balls on Bags
« Reply #45 on: Thursday 20-Sep-2018, 20:04* »
I agree with the maths and the sentiment of ensuring LBP and try bonus points keep ticking over. However, the psychological bonus of an away win would be a real shot in the arm. Especially given the close finales of the last 2 games. Last year's mentality of accepting defeat is being challenged this year but needs constant work.

 That magical away win could have come against Saints but they put us under too much pressure and we conceded too many penalties. So, the next (and arguably best) opportunity for that psychological boost comes on Saturday against Bristol.

We won against Glaws 2 seasons ago in the last few minutes. It was great. Last season's defeat was hard to take and the Glaws fans were bemused by our poor showing. It will be difficult but we will give them a game, especially if we come away from Bristol with a win.

Getting excited already! 10 points from 2 away wins! Then 50+ points on Sarries!

I've gone too far!
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