London Scottish seek home comforts

09th March 2014

London Scottish go in search of home comforts this Sunday, March 9, when they host local rivals Ealing Trailfinders, 12.30pm kick-off, in a must-win Greene King IPA Championship clash.

Scottish have lost just one league game at Richmond Athletic Ground all season and will look to continue their fine home form on Sunday.

With two away defeats on the bounce against Leeds Carnegie and Rotherham Titans, victory is vital to put pressure on the top four in the push for the play-offs.

Sunday will be Head Coach James Buckland's first home match in charge since he signed a new two-year contract last week.

The 32-year-old is calling on fans to turn out in their numbers as London Scottish target a hat-trick of wins over Trailfinders this season.

He said: “Our home form has been really good throughout the campaign and a lot of that can be put down to the vocal support from the sidelines.

“Ealing have got better and better as the season has gone on and they will provide stern opposition on Sunday.

“I have been told the weather is set fair for the weekend so it would be great to get as many fans down as possible, even those planning to go to England against Wales at Twickenham later in the day.”

All London Scottish members can bring a friend for a fiver to the game and with England taking on Wales at 3pm; we are offering those heading to Twickenham, £10 entry (Clan standing ticket) when you present your Six Nations ticket at the gate.

Buses to Twickenham leave from just outside the ground.

If you book online in advance, click here, all supporters can get in for just £10 (Clan standing tickets) – the best value ticket in the Championship.

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