Pocklington RUFC have a home league derby for the second weekend in succession when they entertain their biggest rivals Driffield on Saturday (3.00 pm).

Pocklington and Driffield have a tradition in recent years of producing exciting contests. For Pocklington, they still have a few long term injuries and unavailabilities, but they will be looking to build on last week's narrow opening win, though they know they need to further improve their execution and decision making. They have selected a 20-man squad, adding student threequarter Jed Jackson and Low Catton farmer and pack man Ed Liversidge to the 18 that beat Bridlington.
The Panthers are scheduled to be away to Driffield and Pilgrims are looking for a fixyute
On Sunday morning, the mini rugby section and some junior teams are again training, while the Under 14s are at Scarborough and U15s open their season at home tr Scarborough.

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