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Lynn Howells only makes minor changes as his side kick off their first home game of the RFU Championship 2010-11 season in front of the Castle Park Faithful. A second half performance full of promise last weekend at the Mennaye Field balanced out the damp powder first half. The Pirates began the game with purpose but finished a little less certain against the South Yorkshire side.

Key to the attack will be exploiting the undoubted pace of the pair on the wings, with Matty Williams collecting a brace of tries in Cornwall when released to run. Stevie McColl will need to continue his improving performances to match up with his old team mate and new opposite number Anthony Carter, a player who will ensure Moseley will never fare poorly under the high ball.

Roberts will face his former club also on this day, and Captainís duties will be performed by Steven Lawrie in front of the De Mulder Lloyd Stand. Lewis Thiede will make a second start for his hometown club this season, while the experience of Kenworthy will balance the enthusiasm of James Craig.

Dubliner Zack Farivarz will look to impress on his debut but will be looking over his shoulder at Vice Captain Neil Cochrane , an impressive 7, who will start from the bench.

15 Stevie McColl

14 Matty Williams

13 Paul Devlin

12 Chris Briers

11 Oli Goss

10 Tristan Roberts

9 Chris Hallam

1 Lewis Thiede

2 Steven Lawrie ( c )

3 Dan Frazer

4 Glen Kenworthy

5 James Craig

6 Andy Boyde

7 Zack Farivarz

8 Ed Jackson

16 Steve Boden

17 Michael Cusack

18 Matt Challinor

19 Neil Cochrane

20 Nathan Jones

21 Dougie Flockhart

22 PJ Gidlow

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