Gavin Cattle is back for Cornish Pirates' home clash
Cornish Pirates captain Gavin Cattle returns to the starting line-up this weekend and he is determined to get his side's Championship season on track against Moseley.
Pirates have lost their last three league games and now need other results to go in their favour, if they are to reach of the end-of-season play-offs.
Scrum-half Cattle came on as a replacement during his side's defeat against Leeds Carnegie last weekend after recovering my injury.
He said: "I'm back to full fitness. After last week, we are very disappointed. It was a crucial game for us in terms of league position.
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"The league campaign is out of our hands a little bit but we are looking to pick ourselves up. We have to win every game in the league.
"The pressure is off in a sense. We just have to go out and perform to build some momentum again."
Aaron Penberthy will be his half-back partner, and Tom Bedford also comes back into the team alongside Tom Riley in midfield.
Young hooker Will Tanner will make his debut for the Pirates, having joined the club on a dual-registration move from Aviva Premiership Bath.
Scrum-half Chris Cook, who has been similarly signed, is on the bench.
Cornish Pirates: Pointer; Smith, Riley, Bedford, Evans; Penberthy, Cattle (capt); Storer, Tanner, Joyce; Lyons, Johnson; Burgess, Cheeseman, Marriott. Replacements: Prescott, Elloway, Barry, Tyas, Cook, Hallett, Davies.
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