Rugby: Cup trip a chance to galvanise Reds - Freeman
JERSEY captain James Freeman is keen to draw on the positives from his team's New Year's Day defeat, as the Reds turn their attention back to British and Irish Cup rugby.
Following a busy period over Christmas and New Year – during which they suffered back-to-back narrow losses – the Islanders have a week off before travelling to play Cardiff Blues Select in their penultimate Pool 1 fixture.
Jersey, currently second in their group, know a triumph in South Wales would all-but confirm their place in the quarter-finals and leave them fighting for the right to progress as pool winners.
'We came out second half but they are a good side so you can't make mistakes. We had a shot on the five-metre line but gave them the ball back and we were suddenly on the defensive.
'We need to sort out those mistakes we have been making over the last two weeks. We've had two brutal losses back-to-back but we have the week off now and hopefully we can galvanise when we come back.'
Full story in Tuesday's JEP.
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