OUR victory against Cornish Pirates saw us produce arguably our finest attacking display of the season as we ran in ten tries.

The likes of Ben Howard and Max Stelling were outstanding in that game and proved impossible for Pirates to handle.

But it wasn’t a perfect performance as we allowed Pirates to control the game for a 20-minute spell after half-time and they left with four tries and a bonus point.

The players are aware that we need to produce 80-minute performances and put teams to the sword when we are so dominant in matches.

This weekend we face Moseley for the fourth time this season. Although we’ve defeated them pretty comfortably in those matches, they have a very resilient forward pack and we’re expecting a tough game at Billesley Common on Saturday.

A win would put us back to the top of the Championship ahead of Bristol’s game with Yorkshire but we are only focussing on where we finish at the end of the season.

We’re in a good space at the moment and we need to keep building momentum and ensure we are at the top of our game when the play-offs begin in May.

On Monday our Cavaliers side narrowly missed out on lifting the Aviva A League trophy as Saracens Storm defeated us 27-19 at Sixways.

We were 21-0 down inside the first 26 minutes and it looked to be all over. Saracens are one of the best teams in Europe and, when they get such a comprehensive early advantage, it’s not unusual to see them score 40 or 50 points.

But huge credit must go to our players. They battled back and were only five points behind in the latter stages before Ben Spencer’s late penalty won it for the visitors.

A crowd of 4141 attended the game – a remarkable figure when you consider they are watching rugby on a Monday night.

Some of our young players have come a long way this season. Jean-Baptiste Bruzulier has been outstanding as the Cavaliers captain and Huw Taylor has also done exceptionally well.

Darren O’Shea started this season in our Cavaliers side but his performances led him to become a regular in the first-team.

That’s what this club now stands for. If we can attract talented young players to the club and improve them as players, we will have a competitive Premiership team in the future which can be sustained in the long-term.

The junior academy centres we’re opening around the Midlands are also key to our ambitions as they will allow us to work with young rugby players across the region.