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Cornborough helps England notch first victory

Vickii Cornborough shone in England’s 56-5 win against Spain in their Women’s Rugby World Cup curtain-raiser.

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Assistant Coach Jim Pearce

Pearce bags new role in Portsmouth shift around

PORTSMOUTH have announced a number of changes for next season.

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Portsmouth Rugby Club assiant coach Jim Pearce

Pearce: Home advantage key to Portsmouth survival bid

PORTSMOUTH head into their final London Two south west home game against Old Reigatian tomorrow (3pm) with their fate hanging in the balance.

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Portsmouth assistant coach Jim Pearce has called for a big performance from his players

Pearce: This is Portsmouth’s biggest game since I arrived

PORTSMOUTH have three games to save themselves from relegation as they head to KCS Old Boys in London Two south west.

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Jim Pearce. Picture: Malcolm Wells

Portsmouth must get back into winning habit

PORTSMOUTH expect to give a debut to Elliott Worrall at number eight as they visit Twickenham in London two south west.

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Portsmouth assistant coach Jim Pearce    Picture: Neil Marshall

Portsmouth won’t fear facing leaders

Portsmouth are forced to field a much-changed side for the visit to London two south west leaders London Cornish tomorrow (2.30pm).

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Pearce challenges Portsmouth to deliver double delight

Portsmouth have their sights set on completing a London two south West double tomorrow when they visit Effingham & Leatherhead.

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Ian French

Portsmouth keen to see off league leaders

Portsmouth are geared up for the challenge of taking on London two south west leaders London Cornish at Rugby Camp (3pm).

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Portsmouth coach Jim Pearce     Picture: Neil Marshall

Portsmouth keen to build on first win

Portsmouth travel to Old Tonbridgians in London two south west tomorrow (3pm) looking to build on their first win of the season.

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Portsmouth assistant coach Jim Pearce   Picture: Neil Marshall

Out-of-sorts Portsmouth keen to end victory wait

Under-performing Portsmouth are looking to avoid a fourth straight London two south west defeat as they host Effingham & Leatherhead at Rugby Camp tomorrow (3pm).

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Darren Crabbe Picture: Mick Young

Pearce calls for more from Portsmouth

Assistant coach Jim Pearce needs a performance from Portsmouth as they visit Andover still searching for their first London two south west win of the season (3pm).

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Luke Richardson, above, is an injury doubt for Portsmouth    Picture: Malcolm Wells

Portsmouth playing for pride in dead rubber

Portsmouth visit fellow mid-table dwellers Effingham & Leatherhead for their final away game in London Two South-West this season.

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Tom Blewitt, left  Picture: Keith Woodland

Dudley: We need to pick up our game

Ben Dudley is looking for Portsmouth to pick up their game as they visit lowly Weybridge Vandals in London south west two.

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Simon Morgan

Dudley calls for Old spirit

Head coach Ben Dudley regards the visit of London Cornish to Rugby Camp as Portsmouth’s toughest remaining test in London two south west.

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Damian Gibbs Picture: Mick Young

Gibbs keen to sign off with win

Damian Gibbs is keen to end his Portsmouth career on a winning note as the Rugby Camp club host London Cornish in London two south west at Rugby Camp.

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Darren Bamford. Picture: Mick Young

Determined Havant are targeting revenge against Brighton

Havant feel they have a point to prove against south coast neighbours Brighton in their London one south clash at Hooks Lane tomorrow.

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Luke Simmons scores for Portsmouth. Picture: Neil Marshall

Havant impress in defeat but Portsmouth suffer

Will Knight felt Havant acquitted themselves well despite losing 27-12 at London one south leaders Sutton & Epsom.

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Dougie Randall scores United Services' third try in their clash with Battersea Ironsides. Picture: Keith Woodland

Portsmouth chief rues missed chance to hurt Cobham

Portsmouth were their own worst enemies in a 28-5 defeat at the hands of London two south west leaders Cobham at Rugby Camp.

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