Albion players determined to get back on track
TOBY HOWLEY-BERRIDGE says the Plymouth Albion players are determined to get their season back on track.
Albion head into tomorrow's match against third-from-bottom Moseley with just one win to their name in the league since the end of September.
"This is a massive game for us," said the utility back, who will start on the wing tomorrow.
"We had a great start (to the season) but then we've had a poor middle section.
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"But it is the new year now and we need to get things back on track and get the ball rolling again."
He added: "We had a good team bonding session on Sunday. An Army PTI came down and it was a really good team bonding.
"Everyone was massively pumped up at the end of it and hopefully we can take that into the weekend and get a good win this Saturday.
"The main thing is just getting back to winning ways.
"We can't put a finger on it (what has been going wrong)," he added. "The effort's been there but when we have looked at the videos we have missed opportunities here or the ball has not bounced right for us. But that's not what we are about.
"At the beginning of the year we played the game we wanted to.
"Maybe conditions have not allowed us to play that certain way, but we need to adapt to conditions and play more smartly. Hopefully, this week we can do that.
"We have done a lot of analysis on Moseley and, hopefully, we can put that into practice and get a win on Saturday.
"We do really need a home win."